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Spring Integration in Action by Mark Fisher, Jonas Partner, Marius Bogoevici, Iwein Fuld

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Chapter 6. Go beyond sequential processing: routing and filtering

 

This chapter covers
  • Filtering messages
  • Routing messages to one or many consumers
  • APIs for filtering and routing

 

Earlier chapters showed you how to use Spring Integration to create an application from a group of processing units. You learned to choose the format of the messages that are exchanged between components, and to define channels to which messages are published and thus propagated through endpoints to the message handlers that process them.

But there’s more to Spring Integration than this basic model. Sure, building an application like this is a simple and efficient (and therefore great) way to reduce coupling. You can also control the responsiveness of the system ...

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