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From Claus Ibsen <claus.ib...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: Problem in getting failure end point details in camel
Date Mon, 24 Jun 2013 14:37:01 GMT
Hi

exchange.getProperty(exchange.FAILURE_ENDPOINT, String.class)

Is like chicken-and-egg. This property is the last endpoint used that failed.
What you have is NOT an endpoint but an invalid uri for an endpoint.
So NO endpoints is created and in use.
You would need to grab the uri from the exception message that
recipient list throws.

For example I assume a ResolveEndpointFailedException is thrown. That
exception has a getUri method you can use to get that invalid uri.

On Mon, Jun 24, 2013 at 12:51 PM, loganathan <logu.it86@gmail.com> wrote:
> I have route like this
>
> onException(Exception.class).process(new MyProcessor());
>
> if (true) {
>                         from("route")
>                                 .routeId("key")
>                                 .transacted()
>                                 .to(route1);
>                 }
> from("route1")
>                         .transacted()
>                         .routeId("name1")
>                         .split((body()))
>                         .process(new exampleprocessor())
>                         .process(new exampleRecipientListProcessor())
>
> .recipientList(header(ConstantS.EXAMPLE_RECIPIENTS_KEY))
>
> Inside the exampleRecipientListProcessor class i am setting recipient list
> in exchange object header like
> exchange.getIn().setHeader(constants.key, recipientqueues);
>
> Let's suppose recipientqueues contains two queue names
> (jms:queue:example,jms:invalidqueue) in that first queuename is valid and
> second is invalid.
>
> when i send data by using producertemplate to route1 its throwing an
> exception in recipient list as "No endpoint is configured for invalid
> jobqueue" and exception is caught in onException myprocessor class in that
> even if i am using
> exchange.getProperty(exchange.FAILURE_ENDPOINT, String.class) to get the
> failure endpoint its not showing the invalid queuename(jms:invalidqueue) as
> failure endpoint.its showing "route1" as failure endpoint.
>
> Note:i am throwing camel exception in all .process class.
>
> Anyone help for me this issue would be highly appreciated.
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