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From nicolaferraro <>
Subject [GitHub] camel pull request #1607: CAMEL-10650: global sslContextParameters
Date Fri, 07 Apr 2017 17:39:23 GMT
GitHub user nicolaferraro opened a pull request:

    CAMEL-10650: global sslContextParameters

    Submitting for a review.
    It basically adds global ssl parameters that can be configured using spring-boot properties.
There is no ide autocompletion at the moment, bu I'll add it. A sample configuration is contained
in the tests e.g. of `camel-undertow-starter`.
    To create a global ssl config, I needed to take care of:
    - Change each component using SSLContextParameters to lookup the new default if no configuration
is given
    - Not clash with spring xml configuration of SSLContextParameters, so I avoided putting
into the registry an instance of SSLContextParameters, instead I put a GlobalSSLContextParametersSupplier
    - Make sure that taking a default does not change the behaviour of the component: for
components where the presence of a SSLContextParameters in the config turns on the SSL mode,
I've put a flag named "useGlobalSslContextParameters" to disable the feature. For some components,
the default is false (do not use the global config).
    For http/tcp components there is no need of such flag since SSL is enabled by other means
(e.g. "https://" in the uri). Some components have their own flag to enable SSL.

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    This closes #1607
commit 854774eca5c8caec34fc41bb8d52386ecd581537
Author: Nicola Ferraro <>
Date:   2017-04-06T12:52:06Z

    CAMEL-10650: adding sslContextParameters to spring-boot configuration


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