Resolution: Won't Fix
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Fix Version/s: 7.1.0
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FUSETOOLS-219 title of docs should be "Fuse IDE for Camel" rather than "Working with Fuse IDE for Camel" FUSETOOLS-438 integration / regression testing of Fuse IDE - such as installing the IDE or being able to use the Camel editor to try out various things (create project, edit XML, run and browse routes etc) using an automated tool FUSETOOLS-447 Fuse IDE RCP - About - NPE FUSETOOLS-167 bit more content on the home page of the "Using Fuse IDE for Camel" doc when you open it in eclipse? FUSETOOLS-599 Starting Fuse IDE on 32bit Windows by the EXE file shows a console windows in the background FUSETOOLS-867 broker links in Fuse IDE Rider Tutorial FUSETOOLS-456 Provide informational text for the Fuse IDE About Dialog
This is probably documented in detail somewhere inside Eclipse itself (we could maybe link to its docs if we can find it in the standard eclipse help) but XPath is a common expression in Camel EIPs. e.g. a Filter or Content Based Router often uses XPath as the expression language.
Fuse IDE ships wiht an XPath view which helps evaluate Xpath expressions to see what matches etc.
You can test out XPath expressions on XML documents in Fuse IDE. Open some XML file in Fuse IDE (using the XML editor; e.g. on an XML file it should open in the XML editor or right click -> Open With -> XML Editor). then pull down menu Window -> Show View -> XML -> XPath and you get an XPath selector that lets you try out XPath expressions to see what it matches
Incidentally a common gotcha with XPath and XML is namespaces which it might be worth describing too; basically if a document uses an xml namespace (with prefix or no prefix)
this xpath won't match any <foo> elements if the XML has a xmlns="something" statement (since all elements are not in the default namespace)...
(which means "foo" local name in no namespace URI) you must use
/*[local-name() = 'foo']
to be namespace URI agnositc
Or map a prefix...