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From solimo <rob...@budzko.eu>
Subject Re: Camel converters chaining.
Date Thu, 13 Sep 2012 15:03:55 GMT

Claus Ibsen-2 wrote
> 
> Chained converters can be tricky as they can become non optimal, if
> the intermediate conversion
> takes time/memory etc. It would instead often be better to have A -> C
> directly as converter. 
> 
True!

Claus Ibsen-2 wrote
> 
> Also if there is multiple choices for the chain, which one to pick etc? 
> 
Simple tasks are no fun, right :)?

Any way, my problem is that Ive written really simple context which
transformed message by xpath component. The cxf payload type has been
replaced by come apache Node (wrapper for some kind of iterator - sorry
cannot recall full class name right now) and those node was not convertible
out of the box when used in choice bean method invocation (w3c Document
type). So camel's core components only were used.

it is possible that some converters were not included (its camel test only)
by default? Logs registered over 100 converters ready to use. 




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