Camel 2.14.3/2.15.1: The charset to use when loading properties, such as UTF-8.
The default charset is: ISO-8859-1 (latin1).
Camel 2.9 If true, first attempt resolution of property name augmented with propertyPrefix and propertySuffix before falling back the plain property name specified.
If false, only the augmented property name is searched.
Camel 2.19: If false the component will not attempt to find a default for the key by looking after the colon separator.
Camel 2.10: Whether to silently ignore if a location cannot be located, such as a properties file not found.
A comma separated list of one or more locations of property files to be loaded. Property resolution will use the given property files exclusively. Any default location(s) are ignored.
Camel 2.9 This token is used to mark the start of a property placeholder definition.
Camel 2.9 An optional prefix that's prepended to each property name prior to resolution.
Camel 2.9 An optional suffix that's appended to each property name prior to resolution.
Camel 2.9 This token is used to mark the end of a property placeholder definition.
Camel 2.16 The mode to use for whether to resolve and use system properties:
0 = never - JVM system properties are never used. 1 = fallback - JVM system properties are only used as fallback if no regular property with the key exists. 2 = override - JVM system properties are used if exists, otherwise the regular property will be used.
Bridging Spring and Camel Property Placeholders
When bridging to Spring's property placeholder using org.apache.camel.spring.spi.BridgePropertyPlaceholderConfigurer the configuration on BridgePropertyPlaceholderConfigurer will take precedence over the configuration on the PropertiesComponent.
Resolving property from Java code
You can use the method resolvePropertyPlaceholders on the CamelContext to resolve a property from any Java code.
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