I'm refactoring some apache camel legacy code in a JBoss Fuse instance and I've run into some code that I'm not sure what it's purpose is for.
<when condition> <loadBalance id="someVar"> <failover roundRobin="true" maximumFailoverAttempts="3" /> <to uri="fabric:FABRICENDPOINT" /> </loadBalance> </when>
I haven't used Fabric's load balancer before but from what I understand the configuration of it is set up on the server side. Is there any point of having an additional load balancer before a message gets sent to the fabric endpoint? There are a bunch of similar load balancer like this (1 endpoint to a fabric endpoint) and I'm not sure if I can just direct the message straight to the fabric endpoint.