I have since polished the camel-test-blueprint to make it easier to use, and I've also fix a few glitches etc. So what's the story then? Well, camel-test-blueprint works exactly as the regular camel-test you may be familiar with already.
So all you have to do is extend the CamelTestSupport class and override the getBlueprintDescriptor method, and then return the path for your OSGi blueprint XML file. Then the rest is the usual story, to add test methods.
The Camel documentation has been updated, and you can find details here.
This is a great step forward for Camel end users who are on the OSGi blueprint wagon; it's becoming easier to develop and unit test along the way. All you have to do is to right click from your editor and run the unit tests as shown in the screenshot below.
|JUnit testing Camel with OSGi Blueprint|
The Camel Maven archetype camel-archetype-blueprint has been updated and includes the test kit out of the box with a sample code. I used this archetype to generate a new project, then I imported the project into Fuse IDE / Eclipse, and I opened the unit test source code file, and right clicked -> run as -> JUnit test. This is all standard functionality in Eclipse.
The camel-test-blueprint component is part of Apache Camel 2.10 release and the Fuse Mediation Router 2.9 release (our distribution of Apache Camel).