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From Martin Krasser <>
Subject Re: [HEADS UP] Camel Security
Date Thu, 08 Apr 2010 05:09:14 GMT
Hi Willem,

I like that.

One additional thing I could imagine is to have an AOP style for 
applying policies to endpoints. For example, instead of writing a 
policy() directly into the route one could have:

// access control DSL (AOP style)

// route to which the access control DSL applies

What do you think?

Am 07.04.2010 15:25, schrieb Willem Jiang:
> Hi,
> I just added a design notes[1] for the Camel Security which shows a 
> rough design of Camel Security API, which just leverage the Camel 
> Policy API to delegate the access control to the AuthorizationPolicy. 
> In this way we can plugin different AuthoriztionPolicy implementation 
> based on different security framework easily.
> For the authentication, as camel doesn't have any GUI or other 
> interface to type the user name and password. We just store the 
> authentication instance into the exchange property and let the camel 
> client to deal with authentication work. In the feature we could add 
> some authentication support on the camel-servlet, camel-jetty consumer.
> Any thought?
> [1]
> Willem

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