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This article is based on the book Open Source ESBs in Action: Implementation Examples in Mule and ServiceMix scheduled to print September 30, 2008. This article is courtesy of Manning Publications. The ebook is available and sold exclusively through Manning Publications. When you work with open source ESBs, you can use other tools and frameworks to help you solve common problems. Spring is one of the tools that extends the basic functionality of the ESBs Mule and ServiceMix and makes solving integration problems a lot easier. Spring is a component framework that makes it easy to work with Plain Old Java Objects (POJOs). We will use this framework to create and configure our custom components. Spring is also integrated out-of-the-box in both ServiceMix and Mule 2, so having a basic understanding of this technology is very useful. Spring was started in 2002 with Rod J... (more)