Joe Joe - 1 year ago 181
Java Question

Camel CXF Soap Client calling web service with multiple input parameters

I'm using Camel and have generated code from a WSDL using CXF. I generated a client stub and the implementation appears like this:

SetDeviceDetailsv4 port = ss.getSetDeviceDetailsv4Port();

com.vodafone.gdsp.ws.SetDeviceDetailsv4_Type _setDeviceDetailsv4_parameters = null;
com.vodafone.gdsp.ws.GdspHeader _setDeviceDetailsv4_gdspHeader = null;

com.vodafone.gdsp.ws.SetDeviceDetailsv4Response _setDeviceDetailsv4__return = port.setDeviceDetailsv4(_setDeviceDetailsv4_parameters, _setDeviceDetailsv4_gdspHeader);

System.out.println("setDeviceDetailsv4.result=" + _setDeviceDetailsv4__return);


As you one can see, the port takes two parameters and returns the response, which I want to delegate back to my Camel Route. What's the best way to implement this in Camel? I already have my CXF Enpoint defined, I'm just struggling with the DSL Routing part of it. Should I add a processor like what is found in this link? Apache Camel and web services

Thanks

Joe Joe
Answer Source

I'm not sure if this is the correct way to do it but I added both of my "input" objects as a Camel Header, then I wrote a processor that grabbed what I needed and put the two objects that the service call needed as parameters.

public void process(Exchange exchange) throws Exception {
        Message inMessage = exchange.getIn();
        gdspHeader = inMessage.getHeader(GDSP_HEADER, com.vodafone.gdsp.ws.GdspHeader.class);
        commModule = inMessage.getHeader(COMM_MODULE_HEADER, resmed.hi.ngcs.datastore.model.CommModule.class);
        SetDeviceDetailsv4_Type deviceDetails = createSetDeviceDetailsv4(commModule);

        List<Object> params = new ArrayList<>();
        params.add(deviceDetails);
        params.add(gdspHeader);

        inMessage.setBody(params);

    }
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