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Red Hat JBoss Fuse - Tools make your world go round, the demo

Few days ago I posted the slides of what suppose to my vJBug presentation, for the talk, I have planned to showcase the tooling by showing what a developer would normally do when they would develop application with JBoss Developer Studio.  Here are the things I go over,
  • How to debug Camel application using the tooling provides.
  • Data mapping between POJO and XML, JSON with Dozer with drag and drops only. 
  • Deploy and package an OSGi ready Applications. 
The story of the demo was pretty simple, it's a bookstore integration application, takes in order in XML format, in the xml, contains multiple orders, each order will have the customer information, and has the list of books the customer would like to order. 

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
<orders>
<order product="electronics" id="2012_0001">
<customer id="A0001">
            <name>Antwerp Zoo</name>
            <city>Antwerp</city>
            <country>BE</country>
            <isVIP>true</isVIP>
        </customer>
<orderlines>
            <orderline>
                <article id="A0001">
                    <description>Aardvark</description>
                </article>
                <quantity>1</quantity>
            </orderline>
            <orderline>
                <article id="A0011">
                    <description>Alpaca</description>
                </article>
                <quantity>10</quantity>
            </orderline>
        </orderlines>
</order>
<order product="books" id="2012_0002">
<customer id="A0002">
            <name>Antwerp Zoa</name>
            <city>Antweap</city>
            <country>BE</country>
            <isVIP>false</isVIP>
        </customer>
<orderlines>
            <orderline>
                <article id="B0002">
                    <description>Badger</description>
                </article>
                <quantity>2</quantity>
            </orderline>
            <orderline>
                <article id="B0202">
                    <description>Bee</description>
                </article>
                <quantity>200</quantity>
            </orderline>
        </orderlines>
</order>
</orders>

We are going to process the order, if the customer is VIP by convert each orderline (book) into Java POJO and print the POJO, for non-VIP customers, we are simply going to print out the XML part of the entire order.  Here is the video of the demo, please enjoy it. 



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