Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub Tooling User GuidePrefaceI. Introducing Fuse Tooling1. About Red Hat JBoss Fuse Tooling2. Fuse Integration Perspective3. Debug PerspectiveII. Developing Applications4. Creating a New Fuse Integration Project5. Creating a New Camel XML file6. Editing a routing context in the route editor6.1. Adding routes to the routing context6.2. Adding patterns to a route6.3. Connecting patterns to make a route6.4. Configuring a pattern6.5. Removing patterns from a route6.6. Deleting a route6.7. Manually adding beans and configuration6.8. Adding global endpoints, data formats or beans6.9. Configuring the route editor7. The Source Tab8. Creating a new Apache Camel JUnit test case9. Running routes inside Red Hat JBoss Fuse Tooling9.1. Running routes as a local Camel context9.2. Running routes using Maven9.3. Working with runtime profiles9.3.1. Editing a Local Camel Context runtime profile9.3.2. Editing a Maven runtime profile10. Getting Started with Fuse Integration Services11. Using the JBoss Fuse SAP Tool Suite11.1. Installing the JBoss Fuse SAP Tool Suite11.2. Create and Test SAP Destination Connection11.3. Create and Test SAP Server Connection11.4. Deleting Destination and Server Connections11.5. Create a New SAP Endpoint12. Getting Started with Data Transformation12.1. Fuse Transformation Tooling12.2. Data Transformation Tutorial13. Developing extensions for Ignite integrations14. Changing the Camel versionIII. Debugging Routing Contexts15. Setting Breakpoints16. Running the Camel Debugger16.1. Debugging a locally running routing context16.2. Debugging a remotely running routing context17. Stopping the Camel Debugger18. Changing Variable Values19. Adding Variables to the Watch List20. Disabling Breakpoints in a Running ContextIV. Monitoring and Testing Applications21. JMX Navigator21.1. Viewing Processes in JMX21.2. Adding a JMX server22. Viewing a component’s JMX statistics23. Browsing messages24. Tracing Routes24.1. Creating test messages for route tracing24.2. Activating route tracing24.3. Tracing messages through a routing context24.4. Deactivating route tracing25. Managing JMS destinations25.1. Adding a JMS destination25.2. Deleting a JMS destination26. Managing routing endpoints26.1. Adding a routing endpoint26.2. Deleting a routing endpoint27. Editing running routes28. Managing routing contexts28.1. Suspending operation of a routing context28.2. Resuming operation of a routing contextV. Publishing Applications to a Container29. Managing servers29.1. Adding a Server29.2. Starting a Server29.3. Connecting to a Running Server29.4. Disconnecting from a Server29.5. Stopping a Server29.6. Deleting a Server30. Publishing Fuse Integration Projects to a ServerA. Tooling preferencesA.1. EditorLegal Notice Part II. Developing Applications Note You can also develop Fuse projects using Maven. For details, see Getting Started with Developing. 3. Debug Perspective 4. Creating a New Fuse Integration Project Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.