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From Willem jiang <>
Subject Re: CAMEL with Spring WS for synchronization
Date Wed, 28 Nov 2012 08:57:09 GMT
I just checked the code of camel-spring-ws, it call the service in a synchronized way.
I think you can relay on the below route like  

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On Tuesday, November 27, 2012 at 8:56 PM, Grzegorz S wrote:

> Hello i am creating Web Service using Spring. My system architecture look
> like: Client <--> Web Service1 <--> querry <--> Web Service2 <-->
> Client sends a request to Server1, via WS1. WS1 puts an objects in a query
> and wait (checking if there is any thing new). Then, we we have a process
> running on Server2, checking new objects. When there is a new object, it
> call Server via WS2. Some job are done, WS2 replay, process one Server2 put
> something back on the queue, then, the process running on Server1 detects
> the change, does some job and replay to the client.
> Problem lies in synchronization because response have to be sent to clien
> within one session, and i do not knew time of proccesing request in Server.
> I heard about some CAMEL synchronization method that could help me something
> like wait with executing code till there will be response in querry.
> Thread.sleep or any kind of a method that stop executing code is
> unacceptable.
> I have never had any connection with camel, that is why i posted it here so
> maybe if this is possible and if it is where should i start.
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