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From hanusto <hanu...@gmail.com>
Subject How to avoid loading the same types of converters
Date Wed, 09 Jul 2014 10:56:08 GMT
Hi,

situation: Camel Context contains many and many routes and therefore many
types of converters. But if we have two different converters (different
package, name and so on), but with same signature of method and with same
return types, unexpected behavior of Camel and TypeConverterRegistry is that
only first converter that is loaded by AnnotationTypeConverterLoader
(probably by order which class was loaded at first by class loader) is taken
into account during dynamic inference and the others are ignored.

Does anyone have any idea how to stop it? For example simply by
configuration of camel context which throws exception if this collision will
be discovered?

Thanks, Tomas



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