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From mdo <>
Subject CXF, X509, signatures
Date Mon, 18 Nov 2013 10:27:00 GMT

I've to setup a webservice client for an existing WSDL. Client requests have
to get signed (WSHandlerConstants.ACTION -> WSHandlerConstants.SIGNATURE).

Thing is there are a multitude of external webservice endpoints the requests
need to get send to. And I have to use a couple of different certificates on
the client side to sign the requests. Think of an m:n relationship like
certificates a, b and c each being used to send requests to server 1, 2, 3

The remote server's URL and the certificate to use for signing are known on
my application's side of course. I know the dynamic router EIP but doubt if
it was clever to create endpoints for each combination of certificate and
server. I assume this may go up above one thousand.

Is there any viable setup to implement this with Camel or am I better off
creating a Java client?


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