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From Babak Vahdat <>
Subject Re: About what to do with the Response retrieved through a Producer, when the Exchange is NOT out capable?
Date Tue, 05 Jun 2012 13:09:20 GMT
Hi Raúl,

Thanks for sharing your thoughts:

> In fact, (in my mind) it should be strictly illegal for an InOnly consumer 
> to attempt to access the OUT message from an Exchange, even though this is 
> not enforced by the Camel APIs right now AFAIK.

I assume with "InOnly consumer" you did actually mean "InOnly producer". And
you exactly did point out where it currently hurts me by the API :-( As I
simply do not get the point

Again my previous stupid example:

 Exchange exchange = new DefaultExchange(new DefaultCamelContext());
 exchange.setPattern(ExchangePattern.InOnly);     <== InOnly is already the
default but just to make my intention clear

Just because of the "too friendly" behaviour of the API we did set the OUT
of an Exchange to something != null ALTHOUGH the exchange pattern was


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