You can access the wsdl provided by cxf bc consumer, so the cxf bc consumer should be good.
Also you get "Could not dispatch exchange. No matching endpoints.", this is throw inside JBI container, which means cxf bc consumer can't find target endpoint(camel endpoint should be the target).
So could you check if your camel endpoint deployed correctly? Or there's any mismatch between the target name specified by your cxf bc consumer endpoint and camel endpoint?
About the cxf:consumer endpoint not registered issue you mentioned here, I just run with cxf-wsdl-first example shipped with kit which has a cxf bc consumer endpoint, it's working for me , and the nmr:list we can see the cxf bc consumer endpoint.
I couldn't tell so much only from the cxf bc consumer configuration you provided here.
Could you provide your whole configuration and the nmr:list result also?
thanks a lot for your answer. I attached a zip file containing the configuration.
For packaging the Service Units I am currently using: <packaging>jbi-service-unit</packaging> which was working fine and saved me from writting the OSGI import / export statements in the pom.xml.
The example provided by ServiceMix examples-cxf-wsdl-first-osgi-package is using the <packaging>bundle</packaging> Apache Maven Felix Bundle Plugin (BND). Would that make a difference? That example if working fine on the latest version of the Fuse ESB but I would prefer to stick to the jbi-service-unit packing. Otherwise I would have to redo the configuration of all bundles which are already working on Fuse ESB 4.2.0.
Here is the nmr:list result after installing the Service Assembly.
karaf@root> osgi:install -s mvn:de.mnet.esb.service.email/email-service-sa/1.0/zip
Bundle ID: 199
Version 4.2.0 of the ESB had the following three entries reigstered in the nmr for this bundle.
EmailService:EmailServiceImplPort is the endpoint from the WSDL of the consumer
camelcontext:email-camel-su-controlbus is the endpoint of the camel route
email:endpoint is the endpoint that is registered on the nmr. Its also the endpoint that the Camel Route listens on.
Edited by: mbirkner on Oct 18, 2010 2:08 PM
Edited by: mbirkner on Oct 18, 2010 2:10 PM
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First of all, both JBI and OSGi package works.
We have cxf-wsdl-first example to demonstrate the JBI package and cxf-wsdl-first-osgi-package to demonstrate OSGi package for servicemix-cxf component.
Similarly we have camel example to demonstrate the JBI package for servicemix-camel component.
From your nmr:list, you can see
This is cxf:consumer endpoint registered with nmr, so it means cxf:consumer here is ok.
As you pointed out, you can't see
on the nmr now, so I think your email-camel-su didn't get installed correctly.
I believe you can see exceptions in $SMX_HOME/data/log/servicemix.log when you install your bundle, you may need check the exception there to get details.
Btw, I can't simply build your testcase, there's no
from my side, so I'm not exactly sure what's wrong for your email-camel-su.
Please take a look at the camel example we shipped with kit.
here are the missing bundles. We had to refactor them to match our project structure. Install them in the following order and you should be good to go.
I am currently checking both examples you mentioned in your previous post and will let you know what I find out.
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