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From Claus Ibsen <>
Subject Help with camel relaying HTTP msg between .Net web client and .Net service.
Date Tue, 03 Feb 2009 08:11:24 GMT

As I read your post. You want Camel to expose a web service that you
can call from a .Net client?

What you need then is a webservice stack to use? Such as Apache CXF.

You can see part 5 of this lengthy tutorial as it an example of
exposing a webservice with CXF from Camel

And you can read from part 1, if you need to get CXF and .wsdl files
setup and all that.

And the camel-cxf component is documented here.

And we also have a tutorial on using Apache Axis with Camel

On Mon, Feb 2, 2009 at 5:26 PM, aliasrob <> wrote:
> Hello, we are using a .NET client to communicate over http: with a .NET web
> service.  We are attempting to send a message directly to Camel
> ( from the .NET client, and then have
> camel relay that message to the service.  Then the service will then reply
> back to Camel and Camel should send that reply message back to the client.
> We wish to do all this over HTTP without adding any of these messages to a
> JMS queue.
> So the process would look something like this
> Message sent out
> {Client Machine} --Http Message out --> {Camel Machine} -- Http Message out
> --> {Service Machine}
> Message returned
> {Client Machine} <-- Http Message retuned --< {Camel Machine} <-- Http
> Message retuned <-- {Service Machine}
> Our main problem right now is how to configure the endpoints and which files
> need hold the information. In other words, what HTTP endpoint address does
> the client side send a message to in order to reach Camel? (How do we expose
> Camel as an HTTP endpoint that is reachable by the client?)  Also, how do we
> then forward that message from Camel to our .NET service over HTTP? Are
> there any settings in .wsdl we and web.config files which we need to pay
> particular attention to? Any help on how resolve this issue would be greatly
> appreciated. Please provide an example of any xml settings etc.
> Thanks
> Rob
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Claus Ibsen
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