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From Claus Ibsen <claus.ib...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: file info lost in Exchange when passing through SEDA
Date Mon, 30 Apr 2012 04:17:10 GMT
Hi

Sounds like you do something wrong in your custom processor that
removes the message body.
See this FAQ
http://camel.apache.org/using-getin-or-getout-methods-on-exchange.html

On Mon, Apr 30, 2012 at 3:19 AM, Mark Webb <elihusmails@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have a couple routes set up, shown below:
>
>        <camel:route>
>                <camel:from uri="file:data/dropdir?noop=true" />
>                <camel:to uri="seda:analyzer" />
>        </camel:route>
>
>        <camel:route>
>                <camel:from uri="seda:analyzer" />
>                <camel:process ref="FileDataProcessor" />
>                <camel:choice>
>                        <camel:when>
>                                <camel:simple>${in.header.status}
== 'fail'</camel:simple>
>                                <camel:to uri="file:data/failure" />
>                        </camel:when>
>                </camel:choice>
>        </camel:route>
>
> I would like my FileDataProcessor bean to process the data that comes
> in to it, but the exchange is null.  I turned tracing on in the
> CamelContext and receive the following:
>
> [-1) thread #1 - file://data/dropdir] Tracer                      INFO
>  myhost-62196-1335748044869-0-2 >>> (route1)
> from(file://data/dropdir?noop=true) --> seda://analyzer <<<
> Pattern:InOnly, Headers:{CamelFileName=testdata.dat,
> breadcrumbId=myhost-62196-1335748044869-0-1,
> CamelFileParent=data/dropdir, CamelFileLastModified=Sun Apr 29
> 21:07:33 EDT 2012, CamelFileAbsolute=false,
> CamelFilePath=data/dropdir/testdata.dat, CamelFileLength=151,
> CamelFileNameOnly=testdata.dat,
> CamelFileAbsolutePath=/Users/mark/workspace/CamelFileAnalyzer/data/dropdir/testdata.dat,
> CamelFileRelativePath=testdata.dat},
> BodyType:org.apache.camel.component.file.GenericFile, Body:[Body is
> file based: GenericFile[testdata.dat]]
> [-1) thread #2 - seda://analyzer] Tracer                         INFO
> myhost-62196-1335748044869-0-3 >>> (route2) from(seda://analyzer) -->
> <<< Pattern:InOnly, Headers:{CamelFileRelativePath=testdata.dat,
> CamelFilePath=data/dropdir/testdata.dat, CamelFileLength=151,
> CamelFileNameOnly=testdata.dat, CamelFileParent=data/dropdir,
> CamelFileAbsolute=false, CamelFileLastModified=Sun Apr 29 21:07:33 EDT
> 2012, CamelFileAbsolutePath=/Users/mark/workspace/CamelFileAnalyzer/data/dropdir/testdata.dat,
> CamelFileName=testdata.dat,
> breadcrumbId=myhost-62196-1335748044869-0-1},
> BodyType:org.apache.camel.component.file.GenericFile, Body:[Body is
> file based: GenericFile[testdata.dat]]
> [-1) thread #2 - seda://analyzer] FileDataProcessor   INFO  Exchange[null]
> [-1) thread #2 - seda://analyzer] Tracer                         INFO
> myhost-62196-1335748044869-0-3 >>> (route2)  --> choice <<<
> Pattern:InOnly, Headers:{status=pass}, BodyType:null, Body:[Body is
> null]
> [-1) thread #2 - seda://analyzer] Tracer                         INFO
> myhost-62196-1335748044869-0-3 >>> (route2) choice --> choice <<<
> Pattern:InOnly, Headers:{status=pass}, BodyType:null, Body:[Body is
> null]
>
>
> Can File-based Exchanges not pass through SEDA destinations or
> something like that?
>
> Thanks,
> Mark



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