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From bpinto <brianpin...@hotmail.com>
Subject Processing Asynchronous Interceptors
Date Fri, 06 Sep 2013 00:30:23 GMT
Hi,

I am facing slow performance on an Interceptor processor. This is because
the interceptor is used to log messages at every step. The interceptor is
initialized using DelegateAsyncProcessor(Processor) and adding it to
CamelContext.AddInterceptStrategy.

Questions
1. Does using DelegateAsyncProcessor mean the processor will be executed
asynchronously on a separate thread?
2. Is understanding right in the following statement. "If the intercept is
being processed asynchronously, it will still wait for all the async
processors to complete before completing the Exchange"

Thanks,
Brian



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