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From "Purcell, Chris (London)" <>
Subject Combining custom error handling with a transactional rollback
Date Fri, 02 Oct 2009 16:47:39 GMT
Hi all,

I'm writing a Camel pipeline and I'd like to do both of the following
when an exception is thrown:

(1) Roll back the current transaction, if one has been started (it
starts mid-pipeline)
(2) Do some further handling of the current message, ultimately sending
a warning email about the problem

I can find a way to do either of the above, but I cannot seem to do
both. Adding a custom error handler appears to silently disable the

I cannot process the error in the object initially sending the message
to the queue, as I'm actually splitting the message and handling the
components separately, one transaction each, and need to know exactly
which one(s) failed -- and let the remainder succeed.


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