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Configuration for LangStream Sources using Apache Camel.
LangStream doesn't bundle all the Camel connectors, but you can easily deploy them into your application.
Declare the dependency to the connector in your configuration.yaml file and LangStream will download it and deploy it into your application.
- name: "Apache Camel GitHub component"
- name: "Apache Camel GitHub component - dependency"
You have to bundle all the jars needed by the connector - in this example the Apache Camel GitHub component requires the org.eclipse.egit.github.core jar file.
The jar files are downloaded by the LangStream CLI when you are deploying the application and then copied to the java/lib directory. You are not required to use this mechanism - you can manually copy the jar files if you prefer - but if you use the dependency mechanism, the LangStream CLI will check the sha512sum of the files to make sure that they are not corrupted.
We recommend adding a .gitignore file into your application so you don't commit the jar file into your git repository.
Once you have your connector deployed into your application, you can use it in your pipeline.
This is an example of configuring a Source connector that reads events from GitHub:
- name: "output-topic"
- name: "read-from-github"
- name: "keep only the contents of the comment"
- name: "value"
You must provide the component-uri and the component-options in the "configuration" section.
All component-options are passed to the component as additional parameters in the query string, appended to the component-uri. This mechanism helps you in defining each property in a separate secret, so that you can easily rotate the secrets without changing the pipeline configuration. Additionally, the camel-source agent will automatically URL-encode the values of the parameters passed to the query string.