Re: creating a new message once all previous messages have been executed?
Can you use Camel to pull the messages, and insert a processor in your A
route that will just count how many A messages you've gotten, and when
(count % 100) == 0 you can create a message for your B route to tell it to
do the clean-up processing? That would all be pretty simple to do in Camel.
> I’m curious if there is a good pattern for creating a new messages once all
> previous tasks have been properly executed.
> So say I have 100 A messages which are consumed by a bunch of tasks in your
> When all the A tasks have executed, you want to run 1 B task to compute
> their results.
> So it’s sort of like map-reduce in a way.
> I think what I could do is use JMS transactions, and then read the value of
> an incrementing pointer, when it hits 100, I can create the B task, and
> then commit() the entire session.
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