To simplify development of scripts, the Script component offers the ability to evaluate scripts given a set of test values for the body, headers, and properties of a message.
The type of a message's body depends on the component that produced the message.
If you want to process the body of a message as a string, you may have to convert it, depending on the flow in which you're using the Script component.
request.getBody(java.lang.String.class) returns the body as a string.
The attributes that can be accessed and modified by the Script component are described in the documentation of Apache's Camel project.
The Script component has the following configuration options:
|The script that should be evaluated for each message passing through the component.|
|The script that should be evaluated for each message in the form of a file.|
|The language used for the script.|
|A list of comma-separated name-value pairs representing headers for testing purposes. The names and values should be quoted.|
|A list of comma-separated name-value pairs representing properties for testing purposes. The names and values should be quoted.|
|A body for testing purposes|
|The list of headers after evaluating the script.|
|The list of properties after evaluating the script.|
|The body of the message after evaluation.|
The image below shows the result of evaluating a script for a given body, set of headers and set of properties.
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ES5. Newer syntax and other features are not supported at the moment.
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