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From Willem jiang <>
Subject Re: Routing REST request to external URI
Date Sun, 10 Mar 2013 03:10:25 GMT
It's easy to get HTTP method from the message header , if you are using camel-servlet or camel-jetty

Willem Jiang

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On Sunday, March 10, 2013 at 5:49 AM, ramrubio wrote:

> I want to setup camel as a proxy between my client and server.
> My proxy server is running on tomcat.
> On my proxy server (camel end point) i want to perform dynamic routing to
> route request to appropiate service end point on a different server.
> I'm new to camel but did notice that it supports dynamic routing. I want to
> set this up on my tomcat server and was wondering if there were any examples
> that i can begin with (new to camel).
> I also wanted to confirm that Camel support dynamic routing for all http
> operations (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE) and that proxied request from Camel
> Proxy End Point to actual server end point is the same http operation with
> original http headers as the original request originated by the client.
> For Example:
> Client performs HTTP POST (with special headers) -> Camel Receives HTTP
> POST and Routes to Server B as an HTTP POST (with special headers) -> Server
> B receives HTTP POST (with special headers).
> I wanted to confirm this is possible with Camel on Tomcat.
> Thanks,
> /Ramon
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