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When a HTTP consumer endpoint receives an incoming message, it creates an In message with the following headers:

CamelHttp* headers

Several headers with the CamelHttp prefix are created, which record the status of the incoming message. For details of these internal headers, see HTTP in Apache Camel Documentation.

HTTP headers

All of the HTTP headers from the original incoming message are mapped to headers on the exchange's In message.

URL options (Jetty only)

The URL options from the original HTTP request URL are mapped to headers on the exchange's In message. For example, given the client request with the URL, http://myserver/myserver?orderid=123, a Jetty consumer endpoint creates the orderid header with value 123.

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