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From Willem Jiang <>
Subject Re: Web Service Proxy to track incoming and outcoming messages
Date Thu, 26 Mar 2015 14:05:27 GMT

I guess you just want to create the proxy dynamically, maybe it is based on the request url
or content, Am I right?

Willem Jiang

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On March 26, 2015 at 9:27:57 PM, ercan.canlier ( wrote:
> Hi to everybody,
> First of all, many thanks for such a great framework that you implemented so
> far.
> It is extremely powerful and very fast. The documentation is quite in
> detail.
> I am implementing a web application for our integration tests.
> I need to track incoming / outcoming messages to database.
> For this, i can handle it via routing to bean and then show at my web page.
> I have already read tutorials about cxf proxy, also read some camel's book
> but things are not very clear.
> I implemented one example, seems i am close to the solution but it is not
> finished yet.
> From my point of view, if the client sends request to the frontend service
> which is proxy here, it should be forwarded to backend real service.
> For instance: When user sends request to
> http://localhost:8080/real-web-service, it must be forwarded to
> http://localhost:8081/backend-web-service, isnt proxy working like that? By
> forwarding the request, i must be able to track the messages.
> On the other hand, i will publish web services dynamically when the user
> load wsdl, how can i proxy them as well?
> Should i use jetty at front and match them according to forwarding
> properties? But like this, how can i proxy dynamically?
> I hope you do understand the scenario and might give me some tips.
> Thanks in advance.
> Ercan
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