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Nicola Ferraro commented on CAMEL-10197:
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I pushed a quick fix to restore the build.
I just fixed the boxing of long types and blacklisted some types that cannot be 
nested properties.

Basically, the spring-boot annotation processor goes in StackOverflow when a 
property of type _ApplicationContext_ is marked as _@NestedProperty_.
It does the same with recursive properties: properties containing a subproperty 
of the same type.

For now I just blacklisted the types, but we should prevent problems in the 
future. Probably we should also add a filter to exclude from nested properties 
objects that cannot be configured.

> camel-spring-boot - Extend the configuration hints to nested properties
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
>
>                 Key: CAMEL-10197
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CAMEL-10197
>             Project: Camel
>          Issue Type: Improvement
>          Components: camel-spring-boot
>            Reporter: Nicola Ferraro
>            Assignee: Dhiraj Bokde
>
> Support for spring-boot configuration allows users to configure the component 
> properties but does not give any hint on nested properties.
> There are many components that declare properties on nested beans.
> Eg. camel-docker has only one property named _configuration_ .  I found this 
> pattern in components that allow users to specify a default value on the 
> component and override it on each endpoint, if necessary.
> Setting the property:
> {code}
> camel.component.docker.configuration.host=172.28.128.4
> {code}
> allows a user to specify the docker host, but the tooling does not give 
> suggestions about that property.
> A way to allow the users to view the nested properties is using the 
> {{NestedConfigurationProperty}} annotation on the spring-boot configuration 
> class. The spring-boot inspector will scan the nested class for properties.
> The drawback is that the javadoc is not read from setters. Another drawback 
> is that we will be using a different approach respect to the "read-the-json" 
> one.
> We need to figure out how to add these properties.



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