Antonin Stefanutti commented on CAMEL-10391:

Just a small clarification about the current behaviour of Camel CDI: it does 
not add {{RouteBuilder}} beans that are qualified with a set of qualifiers that 
does not intersect with those of the declared {{CamelContext}} beans. So the 
use of a {{@DoNotAddToCamelContext}} does not require to patch Camel CDI and is 
an example to meet the requirement at the client application level.

That being said, the current solution requires the end-user to declare a custom 
qualifier. This is does not hinder most of the users that rely on the default 
convention over configuration, though that may be deemed a bit cumbersome as 
configuration. We can review the needs for configuration over convention and 
find the best solution to achieve these in a common approach as you've 

> Camel-CDI adds every RouteBuilder instance it can find to Camel context
> -----------------------------------------------------------------------
>                 Key: CAMEL-10391
>                 URL: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CAMEL-10391
>             Project: Camel
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: camel-cdi
>    Affects Versions: 2.18.0
>         Environment: Wildfly 10 with wildfly-camel extension
>            Reporter: Sverker Abrahamsson
> Camel-CDI will find every class in a deployment which extends RouteBuilder 
> and automatically add them to the context. This is a major issue for me as I 
> usually wants to instantiate my RouteBuilders programatically setting various 
> parameters, with CDI support.
> This behaviour was introduced with 
> https://github.com/apache/camel/commit/0421c24dfcf992f3296ed746469771e3800200e3
>  from [~antonin.stefanutti] and we had a good discussion about the issue on 
> his github project in https://github.com/astefanutti/camel-cdi/issues/12 but 
> never came up with a good solution for it. I have patched camel-cdi to use a 
> marker annotation @DoNotAddToCamelContext to work around it but I don't want 
> to have to patch every release I use..
> I understand the logic why Camel-CDI finds and add every RouteBuilder class, 
> even though I don't agree that it is a good idea but it could very well be 
> the default behavior as long as it is possible to override it.
> What I would like is a discussion on how this could be made configurable. I'm 
> thinking about if there could be an annotation like 
> @CamelContextStartup(false) or maybe even a more general 
> @CamelContextConfig(autostart=false) if there are other things that should be 
> configurable.

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