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Re: Camel spring DSL validaiton

Hi Vineet,
you could gather all `RouteDefinition` objects from that
`RoutesDefinition` you get from `CamelContext::loadRoutesDefinition`,
use `RouteDefinitionHelper::gatherAllEndpointUris` to fetch all
endpoint URIs of that `RouteDefinition` and then try to resolve those
endpoints via `CamelContextHelper::getMandatoryEndpoint`.

Not sure if there is a more straightforward way of doing that,

On Tue, Nov 20, 2018 at 10:51 AM Gandhi, Vineet <vineet.gandhi@xxxxxxxxx> wrote:
> Hi,
> I have a use case where clients can send route xml files to my service which I add to camelContext
> Code for adding route looks like :
> public void createRoute(InputStream xmlRouteDefinition) throws Exception {
>               RoutesDefinition routesDefinition = camelContext.loadRoutesDefinition(xmlRouteDefinition);
>               camelContext.addRouteDefinitions(routesDefinition.getRoutes());
>        }
> Client can pass the following routes too –
> <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
> <routes xmlns="";>
> <route id="route13" autoStartup="false">
>     <from uri="anystring:start13"/>
>     <to uri="aaaaaaaaaaa:result13"/>
> </route>
> </routes>
> Is there any way of validating whether the components and their corresponding URI’s are correctly passed without calling the startRoute API in DefaultCamelContext?
> Regards,
> Vineet
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Zoran Regvart