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Warning: no bean named 'camelContext' is defined

Question asked by carlo on Jan 12, 2015
Latest reply on Jan 12, 2015 by carlo
Hi everyone. My idea is to create a message queue with ActiveMQ and then I would like to use a Camel Listener that should de-queue these messages from that queue.
I show you into the attachments how i've implemented that process.
 
I use to deploy it from eclipse as a bpmn file and then i would like to see the result on activiti-explorer web-app.
The process start correctly: the queue is created with ActiveMQ and I can see into my log the string "START MyCamel".
Unfortunately, when I run the process, I can see the process diagram described below in MyCamel.bpmn, but I get this error anyway (I can see the same error description on activiti-explorer web-app as well as into my log):

"Warning: no bean named 'camelContext' is defined"

I've tried also to include the context bean definition even though I get the latest version of Activiti, but it doesn't work.
I've also followed all the discussions about Activiti Camel, but still got this problem.
Please can anyone help me?

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