To install, unpack (unzip) the installation archive anywhere you like. You will see directories for examples and the documentation. Also present is the tdm-camel-(version).jar (used with standard Java applications) and (used with OSGi applications).
If you are using the database support (that is you are accessing any databases in your maps), then you must also include the JDBC driver files in your classpath for the following databases: Oracle, MySQL, and DB2.
You can install the Jar files into your local Maven repository by doing.
and you can reference them by adding this dependency:
<dependency> <groupId>org.talend.transform</groupId> <artifactId>tdm-camel</artifactId> <version>(desired TDM version)</version> </dependency>
Note that nothing in the Mapper Runtime for Camel depends on the tdm-camel-(version).jar file being in a particular location, so long as they are in your classpath.