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From CharlieD <digitaldal...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Reference OSGI Blueprint java.util.Properties service in Blueprint Camel property placeholder
Date Wed, 13 Feb 2013 16:53:31 GMT
Willem, 

I did add: <reference id="vmProperties" interface="java.util.Properties"/>

However it cannot resolve the property. It is as if it can find the service
yet the properties are not there.
Caused by: java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: Property with key
[customer.event.endpoint] not found in properties from text:
{{customer.event.endpoint}}


Claus, yes I am using two separate bundles.


In my Java/Blueprint solution I put something like this:

<reference id="vmProperties" interface="java.util.Properties"/>
<bean id="myRoute" class="com.myapp.MyRoute">
   <property name="props" ref="vmProperties"/>
</bean>

MyRoute extends RouteBuilder and has a class member named props.
  
   private Properties props;

   public Properties getProps() {
         return props;
   }

   public void setProps(Properties props) {
         this.props = props;
   }

I then have some code logic and this solution works as I mentioned in my
first post. I can use that but wanted to see if the communal genius knew of
a better way. What solutions are out there for shared properties so that the
only related bundles need restart? I'm looking for granularity of control.



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