How to: securing the Camel Jetty Component

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We have looked through the document: securing the Camel Jetty Component

Looking at the section "To configure SSL/TLS security for a Camel Jetty endpoint deployed in the OSGi container, perform the following steps" I understand all steps that need to happen, my concern is that this is something that all apps will need to do. Sounds like app developer will need to know the location, names, passwords for the keystores, when he/she creates camel routes that need to be deployed. Please correct me if I misunderstood this. Or can jetty-spring.xml be set once as part of FUSE install and an additional application bundles don't need to include SSL information/jetty-spring.xml in it?


  • JBoss Fuse 6.0

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