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From Matthew Shaw <>
Subject cxf web service and relative address with pax exam4
Date Fri, 15 Sep 2017 03:51:14 GMT
Hi All,

Using pax exam4 with karaf 4.1.2 to run my integration tests with my camel route. Using java
dsl I declare from producer endpoint which works fine deploying the bundle into a stand-alone
karaf container.

CxfEndpoint endpoint = new CxfEndpoint();
try {
    getContext().addEndpoint("services-task-eta", endpoint);
} catch (Exception e) {

However, trying to do the same thing via my integration test, as soon as I call context.start()
from my test I get a "URI is not absolute" error thrown by jetty. In my pax exam config I
am installing the bundle first via the following config


Note the noStart call.

Why am I getting this error, only when running the pax exam? What is the workaround?

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