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In Java 11 the JAXB modules have been removed from the JDK, therefore you will need to add them as Maven dependencies (if you use JAXB such as when using XML DSL or the camel-jaxb component):


Maven users of Apache Camel can keep using the dependency camel-core which has transitive dependencies on all of its modules, except for camel-main, and therefore no migration is needed. However, users who want to trim the size of the classes on the classpath, can use fine grained Maven dependencies on only the modules needed. You may find how to do that in the examples.


Support for multiple CamelContexts has been removed and only 1 CamelContext per deployment is supported. The latter was not recommended anyway and was also not 100% implemented (for example in camel-cdi). For Camel 3 only 1 CamelContext per deployment is recommended and supported.


The classes from org.apache.camel.impl that are intended to support Camel developers building custom components have been moved out of camel-core into camel-support into the org.apache.camel.support package. For example classes such as DefaultComponent, DefaultEndpoint etc. have been moved and migration is necessary.


The properties component no longer support using endpoints, such as properties:myKey. The properties component is now only a property placeholder service. You can therefore no longer lookup the properties component via camelContext.getComponent("properties"). Instead you can use camelContext.getPropertiesComponent(), which also returns an interface of the properties component as org.apache.camel.spi.PropertiesComponent. The implementation is still named org.apache.camel.component.properties.PropertiesComponent, however it should rarely be used, as you should favour using the interface instead.


We have removed all deprecated components from Camel 2.x, including the old camel-http, camel-hdfs, camel-mina, camel-mongodb, camel-netty, camel-netty-http, camel-quartz, camel-restlet and camel-rx components.


A new tracer has been implemented and the old tracer has been removed. The new tracer logs messages at the org.apache.camel.Tracing logger name which is hardcoded. The format of the output is also updated to make it better. The tracer can be customized.


The fault API has been removed from org.apache.camel.Message as it was only used for SOAP-WS fault message. The camel-cxf and camel-spring-ws components for SOAP-WS has been modified to support fault messages from their components. The option handleFault has also been removed and you now need to turn this on as endpoint or component option on camel-cxf or camel-spring-ws.


If you are using the activemq-camel component, then you should migrate to use camel-activemq component, where the component name has changed from org.apache.activemq.camel.component.ActiveMQComponent to org.apache.camel.component.activemq.ActiveMQComponent.


The camel-kafka component has removed the options bridgeEndpoint and circularTopicDetection as this is no longer needed as the component is acting as bridging would work on Camel 2.x. In other words camel-kafka will send messages to the topic from the endpoint uri. To override this use the KafkaConstants.OVERRIDE_TOPIC header with the new topic. See more details in the camel-kafka component documentation.


The XSLT component has moved out of camel-core into camel-xslt and camel-xslt-saxon. The component is separated so camel-xslt is for using the JDK XSTL engine (Xalan), and camel-xslt-saxon is when you use Saxon. This means that you should use xslt and xslt-saxon as component name in your Camel endpoint URIs. If you are using XSLT aggregation strategy, then use org.apache.camel.component.xslt.saxon.XsltSaxonAggregationStrategy for Saxon support. And use org.apache.camel.component.xslt.saxon.XsltSaxonBuilder for Saxon support if using xslt builder. Also notice that allowStax is also only supported in camel-xslt-saxon as this is not supported by the JDK XSLT.


The Main class from camel-core, camel-spring and camel-cdi has been modified to only support a single CamelContext which was really its intention, but there was some old crufty code for multiple Camels. The methods getCamelContextMap and getCamelContexts have been removed, and there is just a getCamelContext method now.


The zip and gzip dataformat has been renamed to zipdeflater and gzipdeflater as they are for deflating using the zip/gzip compression; and not for working with zip/gzip files. Instead use camel-zipfile dataformat. Also these dataformats has been moved out of camel-core into camel-zip-deflater JAR. The XML and Java DSL has also been modified so you should migrate there too to use their new names. And if you use these data formats you need to add the camel-zip-deflater as dependency as they are no longer included as transitive dependency with camel-core.


The class SimpleRegistry is moved from org.apache.camel.impl to org.apache.camel.support. Also you should favour using the org.apache.camel.support.DefaultRegistry instead. Also you should use the bind operation instead of put to add entries to the SimpleRegistry or DefaultRegistry.


The classes from org.apache.camel.impl that was intended to support Camel developers building custom components has been moved out of camel-core into camel-support into the org.apache.camel.support package. If you have built custom Camel components that may have used some of these APIs you would then need to migrate. A large part of classes from the org.apache.camel.impl package have been moved to the org.apache.camel.impl.engine package in camel-base.


The getter/setter for bindingMode on RestEndpoint has been changed to use type org.apache.camel.spi.RestConfiguration.RestBindingMode from camel-api JAR. Instead of using this type class you can also call the setter method with string type instead.


If you are using camel-test and override the createRegistry method, for example to register beans from the JndiRegistry class, then this is no longer necessary, and instead you should just use the bind method from the Registry API which you can call directly from CamelContext, such as: 041b061a72


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