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From gilfernandes <>
Subject [GitHub] camel pull request #1384: Added support for oplog tracking and support for d...
Date Fri, 06 Jan 2017 19:29:44 GMT
GitHub user gilfernandes opened a pull request:

    Added support for oplog tracking and support for different tracking strategies

    This pull request adds an MongoDBTailTrackingStrategy interface which allows to flexibly
extend the way the tracking field data is extracted.
    We introduced this change so that we can perform oplog tracking which uses as id a MongoDB
Timestamp object. The current implementation did not allow to track using this specific data
type. The oplog table can be used to implement database like triggers in MongoDB.
    With this patch you can track the oplog table and implement routes that act as triggers
on MongoDB tables.
    I am a beginner with little experience in Mongo and Camel, so it might well be that I
did something wrong. Please let me know your thoughts on this implementation.
    We have used this component in order to create a Talend ESB component which listens to
oplog events.

You can merge this pull request into a Git repository by running:

    $ git pull master

Alternatively you can review and apply these changes as the patch at:

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    This closes #1384
commit 67b30e9cdb7982f0238f4408a96b4a09d5ff0d13
Author: gilfernandes <>
Date:   2017-01-06T19:18:28Z

    Added support for oplog tracking. At the same time added interface for extending the strategy
of extraction of the tailTrackingIncreasingField and creation of the cursor used to track
the tail or a collection.


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