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From Willem Jiang <>
Subject Re: propagate custom context information
Date Thu, 23 Dec 2010 08:04:11 GMT

Camel normally store the security context[1] into the exchange, if you 
want to the jaxws-handler access these kind of information you can 
consider to copy this information into the CXF message instead of store 
it as thread local.
As you know camel is an async route engine[2], you can't guaranty the 
whole camel route processors are ran within a same thread.



On 12/23/10 3:36 PM, Thomas KRIECHBAUM wrote:
> Hello,
> I need to propagate some custom context information (security context;
> stored as header within my camel exchange) to some component that is not
> directly accessible in my camel route (jaxws-handler assigned to a
> cxf:client - both are singletons). Typically, I would introduce a thread
> local for this purpose.
> Is there any reusable thread local provided by the camel infrastructure?
> Or do I have to introduce my own one?
> It's a very base level question, but we would like to use Camel in an
> almost "perfect" way within our prototype.
> Thanks,
> Thomas
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