Fuse IDE
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  2. ECLIPSE-262

Route tracing doesn't display anything

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    • Type: Bug Bug
    • Status: Resolved Resolved
    • Priority: Major Major
    • Resolution: Cannot Reproduce Bug
    • Affects Version/s: None
    • Fix Version/s: 2.0
    • Component/s: JMX
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    • Environment:
      Windows XO, Eclipse 3.6.2
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      Description

      I ran the demo in fon/samples/camel-activemq-web using mvn:run and connected the JMX browser as instructed.
      All of the artifacts showed up in the different views. I turned on tracing for Route 1 and dragged a message onto route1.in and nothing showed up in the message view. I tried selecting all of the possible output endpoints and they also showed nothing in the message view.

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        James Strachan
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        Clicking on an endpoint currently just shows the messages on that endpoint; not the tracing.

        To view trace messages you need to click on a Route in the tree. (As its the routes that are traced).

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        James Strachan
        added a comment - Clicking on an endpoint currently just shows the messages on that endpoint; not the tracing. To view trace messages you need to click on a Route in the tree. (As its the routes that are traced).
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        Eric Johnson
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        The route doesn't show any messages either.... In other words I can drag and drop messages onto activeMQ endpoints(which gives me feedback that it is successful) and nothing shows up anywhere. Not on the target endpoints and not on a traced route.

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        Eric Johnson
        added a comment - The route doesn't show any messages either.... In other words I can drag and drop messages onto activeMQ endpoints(which gives me feedback that it is successful) and nothing shows up anywhere. Not on the target endpoints and not on a traced route.
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        James Strachan
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        BTW check if you're dragging XML files onto the endpoints, make sure its got the xmlns definition in it...

        <message xmlns="http://fabric.fusesource.org/schema/messages">
        ...
        

        a recent change was to add that in (for easier diagnostic of what is a messages file and whats a general XML file etc.

        Its working fine for me here.

        • I grab some messages from a queue, drop them into a source directory to get a few XML files (I can then edit those files to change the payload etc).
        • I enable tracing on the myCamel context (or route1).
        • drop one of the message.xml files onto myCamel/Endpoints/activemq/route1.In
        • I see the message show up on myCamel/Endpoints/activemq/route1.Out.Other
        • If I click on myCamel/Routes or myCamel/Routes/route1 I see in the Messages View 3 versions of the message I just dropped; if I select one of them it highlights where it was in the Route View

        Wondering if you used a different permutation of dragging/dropping?

        FWIW previously I"ve hit the odd issue over some combination of endpoint/queue/message at the drag or drop bit; though if the send fails you usually get a dialog popup?

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        James Strachan
        added a comment - BTW check if you're dragging XML files onto the endpoints, make sure its got the xmlns definition in it... <message xmlns= "http: //fabric.fusesource.org/schema/messages" > ... a recent change was to add that in (for easier diagnostic of what is a messages file and whats a general XML file etc. Its working fine for me here. I grab some messages from a queue, drop them into a source directory to get a few XML files (I can then edit those files to change the payload etc). I enable tracing on the myCamel context (or route1). drop one of the message.xml files onto myCamel/Endpoints/activemq/route1.In I see the message show up on myCamel/Endpoints/activemq/route1.Out.Other If I click on myCamel/Routes or myCamel/Routes/route1 I see in the Messages View 3 versions of the message I just dropped; if I select one of them it highlights where it was in the Route View Wondering if you used a different permutation of dragging/dropping? FWIW previously I"ve hit the odd issue over some combination of endpoint/queue/message at the drag or drop bit; though if the send fails you usually get a dialog popup?
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        James Strachan
        added a comment -

        Anything show up in the Error Log after you try drop the message onto an endpoint?

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        James Strachan
        added a comment - Anything show up in the Error Log after you try drop the message onto an endpoint?
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        Eric Johnson
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        adding the message wrapper fixed the issue

        What if the message isn't XML?

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        Eric Johnson
        added a comment - adding the message wrapper fixed the issue What if the message isn't XML?
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        James Strachan
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        Great stuff, phew!

        So the main purpose of this new namespace is to detect if the file being dropped is a 'message XML' (in which case the headers & body are used) otherwise the intention is to create a message XML with the file XML encoded as the body.

        Should have that bit implemented this week hopefully...

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        James Strachan
        added a comment - Great stuff, phew! So the main purpose of this new namespace is to detect if the file being dropped is a 'message XML' (in which case the headers & body are used) otherwise the intention is to create a message XML with the file XML encoded as the body. Should have that bit implemented this week hopefully...
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        James Strachan
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        I think this is no longer an issue; we can always reopen if it is...

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        James Strachan
        added a comment - I think this is no longer an issue; we can always reopen if it is...

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          • Assignee:
            James Strachan
            Reporter:
            Eric Johnson
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