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From "Ivan.Latysh" <ivanlat...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: <cxf-http:conduit/> with parameterizable name
Date Thu, 31 Jan 2013 02:25:30 GMT
Hello All!

Re-posting, XML is visible on Nabble, but disappeared in the mail.

I have a simple case when a client consume a few services, and for each
service I have configured a corresponding conduit.

But I am having a real hard time creating conduit name from a parameters.

Hypothetical config:

<cxf-http:conduit name="http://${server1.name}:${server1.port}/services/*">
...
</cxf-http:conduit>

<cxf-http:conduit name="http://${server2.name}:${server2.port}/services/*">
...
</cxf-http:conduit>


Is there are a way to configure conduit without hard-coding service URL's ?

P.S. I know that I can do:

<cxf-http:conduit name="*.http-conduit">
...
</cxf-http:conduit>


but it does not work, as each conduit has it's own authentication model.

Any ideas ?



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