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From cgiera <>
Subject Re: ClassCastException using cxf:bean
Date Tue, 29 May 2012 12:44:31 GMT

Claus Ibsen-2 wrote
> When using .bean in the DSL, then the bean is looked up / created once
> / etc when the route is being initialized / started.
> And thus there is no thread safe issue at runtime, as the beans is
> already created.
> When using bean with a class type, the bean is created once (eg
> singleton scope).
> And that is by design.
> If you want prototype scope or something like that, then use a beanRef
> and refer to a bean in a bean container that supports that such as
> spring etc.
Yes, I use beanRef, but when I use the cxf-Endpoint I still have multi
threading problems. The method RegistryBean.getBean() is - as i mentioned
above - not thread safe I think.

Do you agree with that, or is something wrong with my assumptions?

kind regards,

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