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From Claus Ibsen <claus.ib...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Problem with Multiple Camel Contexts
Date Thu, 05 May 2011 16:22:10 GMT
You need to use an OSGi aware CamelContext implementation.

If you use OSGi blueprint then use the one from camel-blueprint.
If you use Spring DM then use the one from camel-spring (there should
be some impl. in the JAR in some osgi package).


On Thu, May 5, 2011 at 6:15 PM, Craig Taylor <ctalkobt@ctalkobt.net> wrote:
> I'm attempting to use a working OSGI Camel Context for normal processing and
> a DefaultCamelContext to validate syntax parsing of user-entered (manually
> and through wizard like interfaces).
>
> I'm using the noAutoStart on the routes to avoid picking up files and other
> possible ill-effects of testing the route.  When running the validation code
> isolated it works correctly.   When running it while the OSGI context is
> already defined the unit test complains about unknnown component types such
> as file, ftp and sftp.
>
> Snippit of test code follows:
> ---
>        try {
>            CamelContext context = new DefaultCamelContext();
>            RouteBuilder me = new endpointValidation();  // simple
> from(uri).to("log:test") routebuilder.
>            context.addRoutes( me );
>            context.start();
>            context.removeRouteDefinitions(
> me.getRouteCollection().getRoutes() );
>            context.stop();
>        }
>        catch( CamelException refEx )
>        {
> ---
>
> Is this the correct approach to take to validate camel uri's at run-time?
> If so, am I correct in feeling there's a risk adding test routes to a
> running camel context?
>
> --
> -------------------------------------------
> Craig Taylor
> ctalkobt@ctalkobt.net
>



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