Web Console

The Camel Web Console is available from versions 2.0 onwards and provides a full access over a RESTful API to camel endpoints, messages and routes.

Camel 2.5 or better
The Web Console from Camel 2.5 onwards requires JDK 1.6 as minimum to run.

Download and Run the Console

Download a Camel release.

Then from the command line type

java -jar camel-web-standalone-2.8.0.jar 

You should now be able to point your browser at: http://localhost:8080/

Build and Run the Console

First get the latest Source then from the command line type

cd components/camel-web
mvn jetty:run

Then point your web browse at http://localhost:8080/

You should be able to do things like

  • browse the available endpoints
  • browse the messages on an endpoint if it is a BrowsableEndpoint
  • send a message to an endpoint
  • create new endpoints

Running using Tomcat

Available as of Camel 2.10

You can also run the web console from an embedded Apache Tomcat using

cd components/camel-web
mvn tomcat7:run

Then point your web browse at http://localhost:8080/

Embedding web console in your own web application.

See these relevant discussions for more information (more information to come soon):




Camel comes with a full RESTful API for interacting with the Camel context, the available endpoints and routes. You can browse details of the running API via http://localhost:8080/api

The web application uses mostly the same URIs for the HTML representation of a resource (e.g. /endpoints) as the JSON and XML representations. To help rendering the different representations in your browser you can append .xml, .html, .json or even .dot to URLs.

For example viewing these URLs are equivalent

URL Same as
http://localhost:8080/endpoints.xml http://localhost:8080/endpoints

with Accept header of text/xml or application/xml

http://localhost:8080/endpoints.json http://localhost:8080/endpoints

with Accept header of application/json

http://localhost:8080/routes.dot http://localhost:8080/routes

with Accept header of text/vnd.graphviz

For more details try viewing the API documentation in your local Camel instance

Route Viewing and Editing through Web Console

Web Console provide route viewing and editing functionality. You can view your route via http://localhost:8080/routes/yourRouteId and it default present the route in XML.
Camel uses JAXB to process the XML route definitions.

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