Creating Apache Camel Components with Options

import java.util.Map;

import org.apache.camel.Endpoint;
import org.apache.camel.impl.DefaultComponent;

public final class SampleComponent extends DefaultComponent {
  private static final String PARAM_PARAM1 = "param1";
  private static final String PARAM_PARAM2 = "param2";

  protected Endpoint createEndpoint(final String uri, final String url, final Map params) {

    /* Set param1 */
    String param1 = (String) params.remove(PARAM_PARAM1);

    if (param1 == null)
      param1 = ""; // Default

    /* Set param2 */
    String param2 = (String) params.remove(PARAM_PARAM2);

    if (param2 == null)
      param2 = "";

    return new SampleEndpoint(param1, param2);


2 thoughts on “Creating Apache Camel Components with Options

  1. You can configure the endpoint to be lenient. Just override and return true in the isLenientProperties() method in your custom Endpoint. Then Camel will not validate that all options is used.

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