13. Endpoint Quick Reference Table

As discussed in the earlier sections, Spring Integration provides a number of endpoints used to interface with external systems, file systems, and others.

For transparent dependency management Spring Integration provides a bill-of-materials POM to be imported into the Maven configuration:

<dependencyManagement>
    <dependencies>
        <dependency>
            <groupId>org.springframework.integration</groupId>
            <artifactId>spring-integration-bom</artifactId>
            <version>5.1.3.BUILD-SNAPSHOT</version>
            <type>pom</type>
            <scope>import</scope>
        </dependency>
    </dependencies>
</dependencyManagement>

To recap:

The following table summarizes the various endpoints with quick links to the appropriate chapter.

Table 13.1. Endpoint Quick Reference

ModuleInbound AdapterOutbound AdapterInbound GatewayOutbound Gateway

AMQP

Section 14.1, “Inbound Channel Adapter”

Section 14.5, “Outbound Channel Adapter”

Section 14.3, “Inbound Gateway”

Section 14.6, “Outbound Gateway”

Events

Section 15.1, “Receiving Spring Application Events”

Section 15.2, “Sending Spring Application Events”

N

N

Feed

Section 16.1, “Feed Inbound Channel Adapter”

N

N

N

File

Section 17.1, “Reading Files” and Section 17.1.8, “'tail’ing Files”

Section 17.2, “Writing files”

N

Section 17.2, “Writing files”

FTP(S)

Section 18.4, “FTP Inbound Channel Adapter”

Section 18.8, “FTP Outbound Channel Adapter”

N

Section 18.9, “FTP Outbound Gateway”

Gemfire

Section 19.1, “Inbound Channel Adapter” and Section 19.2, “Continuous Query Inbound Channel Adapter”

Section 19.3, “Outbound Channel Adapter”

N

N

HTTP

Section 20.3, “HTTP Namespace Support”

Section 20.3, “HTTP Namespace Support”

Section 20.1, “Http Inbound Components”

Section 20.2, “HTTP Outbound Components”

JDBC

Section 21.1, “Inbound Channel Adapter” and Section 21.5.6, “Stored Procedure Inbound Channel Adapter”

Section 21.2, “Outbound Channel Adapter” and Section 21.5.7, “Stored Procedure Outbound Channel Adapter”

N

Section 21.3, “Outbound Gateway” and Section 21.5.8, “Stored Procedure Outbound Gateway”

JMS

Section 23.1, “Inbound Channel Adapter” and Section 23.2, “Message-driven Channel Adapter”

Section 23.3, “Outbound Channel Adapter”

Section 23.4, “Inbound Gateway”

Section 23.5, “Outbound Gateway”

JMX

Section 12.2.1, “Notification-listening Channel Adapter” and Section 12.2.3, “Attribute-polling Channel Adapter” and Section 12.2.4, “Tree-polling Channel Adapter”

Section 12.2.2, “Notification-publishing Channel Adapter” and Section 12.2.5, “Operation-invoking Channel Adapter”

N

Section 12.2.6, “Operation-invoking Outbound Gateway”

JPA

Section 22.5, “Inbound Channel Adapter”

Section 22.6, “Outbound Channel Adapter”

N

Section 22.7.2, “Updating Outbound Gateway” and Section 22.7.5, “Retrieving Outbound Gateway”

Mail

Section 24.2, “Mail-receiving Channel Adapter”

Section 24.1, “Mail-sending Channel Adapter”

N

N

MongoDB

Section 25.3, “MongoDB Inbound Channel Adapter”

Section 25.4, “MongoDB Outbound Channel Adapter”

N

N

MQTT

Section 26.1, “Inbound (Message-driven) Channel Adapter”

Section 26.2, “Outbound Channel Adapter”

N

N

Redis

Section 27.2.2, “Redis Inbound Channel Adapter” and Section 27.2.4, “Redis Queue Inbound Channel Adapter” and Section 27.5, “Redis Store Inbound Channel Adapter”

Section 27.2.3, “Redis Outbound Channel Adapter” and Section 27.2.5, “Redis Queue Outbound Channel Adapter” and Section 27.6, “RedisStore Outbound Channel Adapter”

Section 27.9, “Redis Queue Inbound Gateway”

Section 27.7, “Redis Outbound Command Gateway” and Section 27.8, “Redis Queue Outbound Gateway”

Resource

Section 28.1, “Resource Inbound Channel Adapter”

N

N

N

RMI

N

N

Section 29.2, “Inbound RMI”

Section 29.1, “Outbound RMI”

SFTP

Section 30.6, “SFTP Inbound Channel Adapter”

Section 30.10, “SFTP Outbound Channel Adapter”

N

Section 30.11, “SFTP Outbound Gateway”

STOMP

Section 31.2, “STOMP Inbound Channel Adapter”

Section 31.3, “STOMP Outbound Channel Adapter”

N

N

Stream

Section 32.1, “Reading from Streams”

Section 32.2, “Writing to Streams”

N

N

Syslog

Section 33.1, “Syslog Inbound Channel Adapter”

N

N

N

TCP

Section 34.6, “TCP Adapters”

Section 34.6, “TCP Adapters”

Section 34.7, “TCP Gateways”

Section 34.7, “TCP Gateways”

UDP

Section 34.2, “UDP Adapters”

Section 34.2, “UDP Adapters”

N

N

Web Services

N

N

Section 37.2, “Inbound Web Service Gateways”

Section 37.1, “Outbound Web Service Gateways”

Web Sockets

Section 36.2, “WebSocket Inbound Channel Adapter”

Section 36.3, “WebSocket Outbound Channel Adapter”

N

N

XMPP

Section 39.2, “XMPP Messages” and Section 39.3, “XMPP Presence”

Section 39.2, “XMPP Messages” and Section 39.3, “XMPP Presence”

N

N


In addition, as discussed in Part IV, “Core Messaging”, Spring Integration provides endpoints for interfacing with Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs). As discussed in Section 6.3, “Channel Adapter”, the <int:inbound-channel-adapter> element lets you poll a Java method for data. The <int:outbound-channel-adapter> element lets you send data to a void method. As discussed in Section 10.4, “Messaging Gateways”, the <int:gateway> element lets any Java program invoke a messaging flow. Each of these works without requiring any source-level dependencies on Spring Integration. The equivalent of an outbound gateway in this context is using a service activator (see Section 10.5, “Service Activator”) to invoke a method that returns an Object of some kind.