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From Martin Lichtin <>
Subject Re: Rest DSL - how to pass PUT body as method argument
Date Mon, 18 Sep 2017 19:37:07 GMT
To answer my question, yes this works.
The JSON body is deserialized and passed on as a MyOrder object to the update() method.

One issue with Rest PUT/POST is that Camel will use the request body also for the HTTP response.
Usually this is not wanted, so best to empty the out body, e.g. with <setBody><simple>null</simple></setBody>

On 16.09.2017 18:34, Martin Lichtin wrote:
> Camel Rest DSL
> Want to ask how can one pass the body of a PUT request to a method positional argument.
> Eg, with bindingMode=json will the magic ${body} work?
>     <rest path="/order">
>       <put uri="/{id}" type="MyOrder">
>         <to uri="bean:orders?method=update(${},${body})" />
>       </put>
>     </rest>
> with the method in Java as
>     update(String id, MyOrder myOrder)
> Searched the docs (including Camel in Action, 2nd ed), but can't find an example anywhere.

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