Spring Integration (Part 4) - Transformers

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We continue our exploration of Spring Integration (SI) message endpoints today with a look at transformers. Transformers take a message from a channel and creates a new message containing converted …

We continue our exploration of Spring Integration (SI) message endpoints today with a look at transformers. Transformers take a message from a channel and creates a new message containing converted payload or message structure. This allows the provider of information and the consumer of information to communicate via SI without having to settle on a common format. XML can be transformed to JSON, JSON transformed to Java objects, etc.

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  • 5. Copyright © 2014 by Intertech, Inc. <int:object-to-string-transformer input-channel="inboundChannel" output-channel="outboundChannel“ /> <int:transformer input-channel="inboundChannel" output-channel="outboundChannel" expression="payload.toUpperCase()"/>
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