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From Willem jiang <willem.ji...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: use camel proxy webservice
Date Thu, 29 Aug 2013 01:37:03 GMT
Hi,

You are using the camel-http component to send the request to the back end service.
That is reason that Camel tries to turn the RealType into a stream.
You may need to use the camel-cxf component to send the request if you want to use the RealType
object directly.


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On Wednesday, August 28, 2013 at 8:21 PM, chengy wrote:

> hi, I want to build a router like this:
> from("cxf://http:localhost:8091/proxyservice?serviceClass=xxx.ProxyClass&dataFormat=POJO").bean(new
> MyConvertBean()).to("http://localhost:8088/realservice");
>  
> where MyConvertBean has a convert method:
> public RealType convert(ProxyType pt) {
> return new RealType();
> }
>  
> the router can't invoke real webservice correct,it seems try to convert
> RealType to Inputstream and there is no typeconverter.And other,when the
> proxyservice has a usernam token security but realservice need https,need i
> config all the interceptors?
>  
> what is the appropriate soluting?Thanks!
>  
>  
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