Hi, Sorry for the delay, which version do you use? After the Talend upgrade, there is a new component called -cBeanRegister in Talend 5.2 and you can set the "Specify Arguments"in it to retrieve context variables directly. If you have the lower version, you need use cSetHeader and cBean. See pics
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Hello Laci, Context variables are intended for configuration purposes and not to dynamically pass data somewhere else, so there are no many means to set context values them in the mediation route. If you pass an Exchange variable into a bean (a processor), you have access to all information - to the current camel context, in and out messages. What else you need.. Have fun Gabriel
Hi Gabriel thanks for your answer. I tried to set a header property in my bean (theExchange.getIn().setHeader("testProperty", "testValue"); but I don't see that property in the following components. How can I do this? Or is there another way to do it? Thanks Laci