Using properties in a Java callout
This sample is a simple proxy that uses a Java Callout policy. In this sample, we demonstrate how to use the <Properties> element of the Java callout policy. Properties set in the policy can be retrieved in your Java code at runtime. This sample is designed to be used with the Apigee Edge doc topic How to use properties in a Java callout. Please refer to that topic to learn about building and deploying this project.
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pom.xmland related build files are intended as examples only. If you create a Java callout project, you may need to add dependencies or make other modifications that are beyond the scope of this example.
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