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From rgavlin <>
Subject Re: camel-cxf async processor w/in-out mep using jms transport
Date Thu, 21 Aug 2008 13:21:49 GMT

Hi Willem,

Let me try to rephrase my question.

When camel-cxf sends its in-out jms request to an external service, does it
lock that thread while it waits for the reply? Or is the incoming request
thread released and another pool of threads used to monitor the temporary
replyTo queue and automatically correlate the request/response before
returning the message exchange to the caller? I believe the smx-cxf-bc async
provider does the latter which is my desired behavior. Does camel-cxf
provide similar functionality? If so, how would it be configured?

- Ron

willem.jiang wrote:
> Hi Ron,
> I went through the unit test in SM-1413, it only shows how to invoke the 
> service with ServiceMix client API.
> Since camel-cxf component only interact with SMX by servicemix-camel 
> component, camel-cxf can't see any ServiceMix client invoke.
> If you want to invoke the external web service by using jms transport in 
> camel-cxf , you just need to set the transport factory to jms.
> There is a unit test[1] in camel to show how to use camel transport in 
> CXF , please check it out .
> [1] 
> The configuration files
> [2] 
> Willem
> rgavlin wrote:
>> I currently use a servicemix-cxf-bc "provider" to asynchronously send an
>> in-out mep to an external web service using the jms transport. See
>> for a test that
>> demonstrates this capability.
>> I would also like to use the camel-cxf component in a similar fashion.
>> Does
>> camel-cxf provide an asynchronous processor to send an in-out mep to an
>> external web service using the jms transport? If so, how is this
>> configured?
>> Thanks,
>> - Ron

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