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Masking URIs in the Next Apache Camel Release

07.31.2013
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In the JMX section of the Apache Camel docs, a new section has revealed an upcoming feature for Camel 2.12.

Camel enlists MBeans, such as endpoints configured with URIs, in JMX by default.  Camel 2.12 is going to provide a way to hide the sensitive information, such as passwords, that is contained in these configurations, using a simple "XXXXX" as the replacement value.  URI masking, essentially.

Check out the Spring and Java DSL examples in the docs.  There's no set release date for Camel 2.12 yet.