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commit 01a074b7ed37f26fa3a4ed1c69afce9dae55e500
Author: Andrea Cosentino <[hidden email]>
AuthorDate: Wed Sep 16 14:59:56 2020 +0200

    Regen
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 core/camel-spring-boot/src/main/docs/spring-boot.adoc | 16 ++++++++--------
 docs/modules/ROOT/pages/spring-boot.adoc              | 18 +++++++++---------
 2 files changed, 17 insertions(+), 17 deletions(-)

diff --git a/core/camel-spring-boot/src/main/docs/spring-boot.adoc b/core/camel-spring-boot/src/main/docs/spring-boot.adoc
index 4685be6..6b43056 100644
--- a/core/camel-spring-boot/src/main/docs/spring-boot.adoc
+++ b/core/camel-spring-boot/src/main/docs/spring-boot.adoc
@@ -176,13 +176,13 @@ The component supports 157 options, which are listed below.
 | *camel.springboot.jmx-enabled* | Enable JMX in your Camel application. | true | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.jmx-management-name-pattern* | The naming pattern for creating the CamelContext JMX management name. The default pattern is #name# | #name# | String
 | *camel.springboot.jmx-management-statistics-level* | Sets the JMX statistics level The level can be set to Extended to gather additional information The default value is Default. |  | ManagementStatisticsLevel
-| *camel.springboot.lightweight* | Experimental: Configure the context to be lightweight. This will trigger some optimizations and memory reduction options. Lightweight context have some limitations. At this moment, dynamic endpoint destinations are not supported. | false | Boolean
+| *camel.springboot.lightweight* | Experimental: Configure the context to be lightweight. This will trigger some optimizations and memory reduction options. Lightweight context has some limitations. At this moment, dynamic endpoint destinations are not supported. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.load-type-converters* | Whether to load custom type converters by scanning classpath. This is used for backwards compatibility with Camel 2.x. Its recommended to migrate to use fast type converter loading by setting <tt>@Converter(generateLoader = true)</tt> on your custom type converter classes. | true | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.log-debug-max-chars* | Is used to limit the maximum length of the logging Camel message bodies. If the message body is longer than the limit, the log message is clipped. Use -1 to have unlimited length. Use for example 1000 to log at most 1000 characters. | 0 | Integer
 | *camel.springboot.log-exhausted-message-body* | Sets whether to log exhausted message body with message history. Default is false. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.log-mask* | Sets whether log mask is enabled or not. Default is false. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.main-run-controller* | Whether to use the main run controller to ensure the Spring-Boot application keeps running until being stopped or the JVM terminated. You typically only need this if you run Spring-Boot standalone. If you run Spring-Boot with spring-boot-starter-web then the web container keeps the JVM running. | false | Boolean
-| *camel.springboot.mdc-logging-keys-pattern* | Sets the pattern used for determine which custom MDC keys to propagate during message routing when the routing engine continues routing asynchronously for the given message. Setting this pattern to * will propagate all custom keys. Or setting the pattern to foo*,bar* will propagate any keys starting with either foo or bar. Notice that a set of standard Camel MDC keys are always propagated which starts with camel. as key name. The match rule [...]
+| *camel.springboot.mdc-logging-keys-pattern* | Sets the pattern used for determining which custom MDC keys to propagate during message routing when the routing engine continues routing asynchronously for the given message. Setting this pattern to * will propagate all custom keys. Or setting the pattern to foo*,bar* will propagate any keys starting with either foo or bar. Notice that a set of standard Camel MDC keys are always propagated which starts with camel. as key name. The match ru [...]
 | *camel.springboot.message-history* | Sets whether message history is enabled or not. Default is true. | true | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.name* | Sets the name of the CamelContext. |  | String
 | *camel.springboot.producer-template-cache-size* | Producer template endpoints cache size. | 1000 | Integer
@@ -195,11 +195,11 @@ The component supports 157 options, which are listed below.
 | *camel.springboot.route-controller-include-routes* | Pattern for filtering routes to be excluded as supervised. The pattern is matching on route id, and endpoint uri for the route. Multiple patterns can be separated by comma. For example to exclude all JMS routes, you can say <tt>jms:*</tt>. And to exclude routes with specific route ids <tt>mySpecialRoute,myOtherSpecialRoute</tt>. The pattern supports wildcards and uses the matcher from org.apache.camel.support.PatternHelper#matchPatte [...]
 | *camel.springboot.route-controller-initial-delay* | Initial delay in milli seconds before the route controller starts, after CamelContext has been started. | 0 | Long
 | *camel.springboot.route-controller-route-startup-logging-level* | Sets the logging level used for logging route startup activity. By default INFO level is used. You can use this to change the level for example to OFF if this kind of logging is not wanted. |  | LoggingLevel
-| *camel.springboot.route-controller-supervise-enabled* | To enable using supervising route controller which allows Camel to startup and then the controller takes care of starting the routes in a safe manner. This can be used when you want to startup Camel despite a route may otherwise fail fast during startup and cause Camel to fail to startup as well. By delegating the route startup to the supervising route controller then its manages the startup using a background thread. The controll [...]
+| *camel.springboot.route-controller-supervise-enabled* | To enable using supervising route controller which allows Camel to startup and then the controller takes care of starting the routes in a safe manner. This can be used when you want to startup Camel despite a route may otherwise fail fast during startup and cause Camel to fail to startup as well. By delegating the route startup to the supervising route controller then it manages the startup using a background thread. The controlle [...]
 | *camel.springboot.route-controller-thread-pool-size* | The number of threads used by the route controller scheduled thread pool that are used for restarting routes. The pool uses 1 thread by default, but you can increase this to allow the controller to concurrently attempt to restart multiple routes in case more than one route has problems starting. | 1 | Integer
 | *camel.springboot.route-controller-unhealthy-on-exhausted* | Whether to mark the route as unhealthy (down) when all restarting attempts (backoff) have failed and the route is not successfully started and the route manager is giving up. Setting this to true allows health checks to know about this and can report the Camel application as DOWN. The default is false. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.route-filter-exclude-pattern* | Used for filtering routes routes matching the given pattern, which follows the following rules: - Match by route id - Match by route input endpoint uri The matching is using exact match, by wildcard and regular expression. For example to only include routes which starts with foo in their route id's, use: include=foo&#42; And to exclude routes which starts from JMS endpoints, use: exclude=jms:&#42; Multiple patterns can be separated by c [...]
-| *camel.springboot.route-filter-include-pattern* | Used for filtering routes routes matching the given pattern, which follows the following rules: - Match by route id - Match by route input endpoint uri The matching is using exact match, by wildcard and regular expression. For example to only include routes which starts with foo in their route id's, use: include=foo&#42; And to exclude routes which starts from JMS endpoints, use: exclude=jms:&#42; Multiple patterns can be separated by c [...]
+| *camel.springboot.route-filter-include-pattern* | Used for filtering routes matching the given pattern, which follows the following rules: - Match by route id - Match by route input endpoint uri The matching is using exact match, by wildcard and regular expression. For example to only include routes which starts with foo in their route id's, use: include=foo&#42; And to exclude routes which starts from JMS endpoints, use: exclude=jms:&#42; Multiple patterns can be separated by comma, f [...]
 | *camel.springboot.routes-collector-enabled* | Whether the routes collector is enabled or not. When enabled Camel will auto-discover routes (RouteBuilder instances from the registry and also load additional XML routes from the file system. The routes collector is default enabled. | true | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.shutdown-log-inflight-exchanges-on-timeout* | Sets whether to log information about the inflight Exchanges which are still running during a shutdown which didn't complete without the given timeout. This requires to enable the option inflightRepositoryExchangeEnabled. | true | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.shutdown-now-on-timeout* | Sets whether to force shutdown of all consumers when a timeout occurred and thus not all consumers was shutdown within that period. You should have good reasons to set this option to false as it means that the routes keep running and is halted abruptly when CamelContext has been shutdown. | true | Boolean
@@ -220,12 +220,12 @@ The component supports 157 options, which are listed below.
 | *camel.springboot.tracing* | Sets whether tracing is enabled or not. Default is false. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.tracing-pattern* | Tracing pattern to match which node EIPs to trace. For example to match all To EIP nodes, use to*. The pattern matches by node and route id's Multiple patterns can be separated by comma. |  | String
 | *camel.springboot.use-breadcrumb* | Set whether breadcrumb is enabled. The default value is false. | false | Boolean
-| *camel.springboot.use-data-type* | Whether to enable using data type on Camel messages. Data type are automatic turned on if one ore more routes has been explicit configured with input and output types. Otherwise data type is default off. | false | Boolean
+| *camel.springboot.use-data-type* | Whether to enable using data type on Camel messages. Data type are automatic turned on if one or more routes has been explicit configured with input and output types. Otherwise data type is default off. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.use-mdc-logging* | To turn on MDC logging | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.warn-on-early-shutdown* | Whether to log a WARN if Camel on Spring Boot was immediately shutdown after starting which very likely is because there is no JVM thread to keep the application running. | true | Boolean
-| *camel.springboot.xml-rests* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML rests. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using a ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;camel&#42;.xml Multiple directories can be specified and separated by comma, such as: file:/myapp/mycamel/&#42;.xml,file:/myapp/myothercamel/&#42;.xml | classpath:camel-rest/*.x [...]
-| *camel.springboot.xml-route-templates* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML route templates. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using a ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;template-&#42;.xml Notice when using wildcards, then there is additional overhead as the classpath is scanned, where as if you specific the exact name for ea [...]
-| *camel.springboot.xml-routes* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML routes. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using a ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;camel&#42;.xml Multiple directories can be specified and separated by comma, such as: file:/myapp/mycamel/&#42;.xml,file:/myapp/myothercamel/&#42;.xml | classpath:camel/*.xml  [...]
+| *camel.springboot.xml-rests* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML rests. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using an ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;camel&#42;.xml Multiple directories can be specified and separated by comma, such as: file:/myapp/mycamel/&#42;.xml,file:/myapp/myothercamel/&#42;.xml | classpath:camel-rest/*. [...]
+| *camel.springboot.xml-route-templates* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML route templates. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using an ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;template-&#42;.xml Notice when using wildcards, then there is additional overhead as the classpath is scanned, where as if you specific the exact name for e [...]
+| *camel.springboot.xml-routes* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML routes. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using an ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;camel&#42;.xml Multiple directories can be specified and separated by comma, such as: file:/myapp/mycamel/&#42;.xml,file:/myapp/myothercamel/&#42;.xml | classpath:camel/*.xml [...]
 | *camel.ssl.cert-alias* | An optional certificate alias to use. This is useful when the keystore has multiple certificates. |  | String
 | *camel.ssl.cipher-suites* | The optional explicitly configured cipher suites for this configuration. |  | CipherSuitesParameters
 | *camel.ssl.cipher-suites-filter* | The optional cipher suite filter configuration for this configuration. |  | FilterParameters
diff --git a/docs/modules/ROOT/pages/spring-boot.adoc b/docs/modules/ROOT/pages/spring-boot.adoc
index eefbd5f..6b43056 100644
--- a/docs/modules/ROOT/pages/spring-boot.adoc
+++ b/docs/modules/ROOT/pages/spring-boot.adoc
@@ -176,13 +176,13 @@ The component supports 157 options, which are listed below.
 | *camel.springboot.jmx-enabled* | Enable JMX in your Camel application. | true | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.jmx-management-name-pattern* | The naming pattern for creating the CamelContext JMX management name. The default pattern is #name# | #name# | String
 | *camel.springboot.jmx-management-statistics-level* | Sets the JMX statistics level The level can be set to Extended to gather additional information The default value is Default. |  | ManagementStatisticsLevel
-| *camel.springboot.lightweight* | Experimental: Configure the context to be lightweight. This will trigger some optimizations and memory reduction options. Lightweight context have some limitations. At this moment, dynamic endpoint destinations are not supported. | false | Boolean
+| *camel.springboot.lightweight* | Experimental: Configure the context to be lightweight. This will trigger some optimizations and memory reduction options. Lightweight context has some limitations. At this moment, dynamic endpoint destinations are not supported. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.load-type-converters* | Whether to load custom type converters by scanning classpath. This is used for backwards compatibility with Camel 2.x. Its recommended to migrate to use fast type converter loading by setting <tt>@Converter(generateLoader = true)</tt> on your custom type converter classes. | true | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.log-debug-max-chars* | Is used to limit the maximum length of the logging Camel message bodies. If the message body is longer than the limit, the log message is clipped. Use -1 to have unlimited length. Use for example 1000 to log at most 1000 characters. | 0 | Integer
 | *camel.springboot.log-exhausted-message-body* | Sets whether to log exhausted message body with message history. Default is false. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.log-mask* | Sets whether log mask is enabled or not. Default is false. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.main-run-controller* | Whether to use the main run controller to ensure the Spring-Boot application keeps running until being stopped or the JVM terminated. You typically only need this if you run Spring-Boot standalone. If you run Spring-Boot with spring-boot-starter-web then the web container keeps the JVM running. | false | Boolean
-| *camel.springboot.mdc-logging-keys-pattern* | Sets the pattern used for determine which custom MDC keys to propagate during message routing when the routing engine continues routing asynchronously for the given message. Setting this pattern to * will propagate all custom keys. Or setting the pattern to foo*,bar* will propagate any keys starting with either foo or bar. Notice that a set of standard Camel MDC keys are always propagated which starts with camel. as key name. The match rule [...]
+| *camel.springboot.mdc-logging-keys-pattern* | Sets the pattern used for determining which custom MDC keys to propagate during message routing when the routing engine continues routing asynchronously for the given message. Setting this pattern to * will propagate all custom keys. Or setting the pattern to foo*,bar* will propagate any keys starting with either foo or bar. Notice that a set of standard Camel MDC keys are always propagated which starts with camel. as key name. The match ru [...]
 | *camel.springboot.message-history* | Sets whether message history is enabled or not. Default is true. | true | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.name* | Sets the name of the CamelContext. |  | String
 | *camel.springboot.producer-template-cache-size* | Producer template endpoints cache size. | 1000 | Integer
@@ -195,11 +195,11 @@ The component supports 157 options, which are listed below.
 | *camel.springboot.route-controller-include-routes* | Pattern for filtering routes to be excluded as supervised. The pattern is matching on route id, and endpoint uri for the route. Multiple patterns can be separated by comma. For example to exclude all JMS routes, you can say <tt>jms:*</tt>. And to exclude routes with specific route ids <tt>mySpecialRoute,myOtherSpecialRoute</tt>. The pattern supports wildcards and uses the matcher from org.apache.camel.support.PatternHelper#matchPatte [...]
 | *camel.springboot.route-controller-initial-delay* | Initial delay in milli seconds before the route controller starts, after CamelContext has been started. | 0 | Long
 | *camel.springboot.route-controller-route-startup-logging-level* | Sets the logging level used for logging route startup activity. By default INFO level is used. You can use this to change the level for example to OFF if this kind of logging is not wanted. |  | LoggingLevel
-| *camel.springboot.route-controller-supervise-enabled* | To enable using supervising route controller which allows Camel to startup and then the controller takes care of starting the routes in a safe manner. This can be used when you want to startup Camel despite a route may otherwise fail fast during startup and cause Camel to fail to startup as well. By delegating the route startup to the supervising route controller then its manages the startup using a background thread. The controll [...]
+| *camel.springboot.route-controller-supervise-enabled* | To enable using supervising route controller which allows Camel to startup and then the controller takes care of starting the routes in a safe manner. This can be used when you want to startup Camel despite a route may otherwise fail fast during startup and cause Camel to fail to startup as well. By delegating the route startup to the supervising route controller then it manages the startup using a background thread. The controlle [...]
 | *camel.springboot.route-controller-thread-pool-size* | The number of threads used by the route controller scheduled thread pool that are used for restarting routes. The pool uses 1 thread by default, but you can increase this to allow the controller to concurrently attempt to restart multiple routes in case more than one route has problems starting. | 1 | Integer
 | *camel.springboot.route-controller-unhealthy-on-exhausted* | Whether to mark the route as unhealthy (down) when all restarting attempts (backoff) have failed and the route is not successfully started and the route manager is giving up. Setting this to true allows health checks to know about this and can report the Camel application as DOWN. The default is false. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.route-filter-exclude-pattern* | Used for filtering routes routes matching the given pattern, which follows the following rules: - Match by route id - Match by route input endpoint uri The matching is using exact match, by wildcard and regular expression. For example to only include routes which starts with foo in their route id's, use: include=foo&#42; And to exclude routes which starts from JMS endpoints, use: exclude=jms:&#42; Multiple patterns can be separated by c [...]
-| *camel.springboot.route-filter-include-pattern* | Used for filtering routes routes matching the given pattern, which follows the following rules: - Match by route id - Match by route input endpoint uri The matching is using exact match, by wildcard and regular expression. For example to only include routes which starts with foo in their route id's, use: include=foo&#42; And to exclude routes which starts from JMS endpoints, use: exclude=jms:&#42; Multiple patterns can be separated by c [...]
+| *camel.springboot.route-filter-include-pattern* | Used for filtering routes matching the given pattern, which follows the following rules: - Match by route id - Match by route input endpoint uri The matching is using exact match, by wildcard and regular expression. For example to only include routes which starts with foo in their route id's, use: include=foo&#42; And to exclude routes which starts from JMS endpoints, use: exclude=jms:&#42; Multiple patterns can be separated by comma, f [...]
 | *camel.springboot.routes-collector-enabled* | Whether the routes collector is enabled or not. When enabled Camel will auto-discover routes (RouteBuilder instances from the registry and also load additional XML routes from the file system. The routes collector is default enabled. | true | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.shutdown-log-inflight-exchanges-on-timeout* | Sets whether to log information about the inflight Exchanges which are still running during a shutdown which didn't complete without the given timeout. This requires to enable the option inflightRepositoryExchangeEnabled. | true | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.shutdown-now-on-timeout* | Sets whether to force shutdown of all consumers when a timeout occurred and thus not all consumers was shutdown within that period. You should have good reasons to set this option to false as it means that the routes keep running and is halted abruptly when CamelContext has been shutdown. | true | Boolean
@@ -220,12 +220,12 @@ The component supports 157 options, which are listed below.
 | *camel.springboot.tracing* | Sets whether tracing is enabled or not. Default is false. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.tracing-pattern* | Tracing pattern to match which node EIPs to trace. For example to match all To EIP nodes, use to*. The pattern matches by node and route id's Multiple patterns can be separated by comma. |  | String
 | *camel.springboot.use-breadcrumb* | Set whether breadcrumb is enabled. The default value is false. | false | Boolean
-| *camel.springboot.use-data-type* | Whether to enable using data type on Camel messages. Data type are automatic turned on if one ore more routes has been explicit configured with input and output types. Otherwise data type is default off. | false | Boolean
+| *camel.springboot.use-data-type* | Whether to enable using data type on Camel messages. Data type are automatic turned on if one or more routes has been explicit configured with input and output types. Otherwise data type is default off. | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.use-mdc-logging* | To turn on MDC logging | false | Boolean
 | *camel.springboot.warn-on-early-shutdown* | Whether to log a WARN if Camel on Spring Boot was immediately shutdown after starting which very likely is because there is no JVM thread to keep the application running. | true | Boolean
-| *camel.springboot.xml-rests* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML rests. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using a ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;camel&#42;.xml Multiple directories can be specified and separated by comma, such as: file:/myapp/mycamel/&#42;.xml,file:/myapp/myothercamel/&#42;.xml | classpath:camel-rest/*.x [...]
-| *camel.springboot.xml-route-templates* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML route templates. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using a ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;template-&#42;.xml Notice when using wildcards, then there is additional overhead as the classpath is scanned, where as if you specific the exact name for ea [...]
-| *camel.springboot.xml-routes* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML routes. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using a ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;camel&#42;.xml Multiple directories can be specified and separated by comma, such as: file:/myapp/mycamel/&#42;.xml,file:/myapp/myothercamel/&#42;.xml | classpath:camel/*.xml  [...]
+| *camel.springboot.xml-rests* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML rests. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using an ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;camel&#42;.xml Multiple directories can be specified and separated by comma, such as: file:/myapp/mycamel/&#42;.xml,file:/myapp/myothercamel/&#42;.xml | classpath:camel-rest/*. [...]
+| *camel.springboot.xml-route-templates* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML route templates. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using an ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;template-&#42;.xml Notice when using wildcards, then there is additional overhead as the classpath is scanned, where as if you specific the exact name for e [...]
+| *camel.springboot.xml-routes* | Directory to scan for adding additional XML routes. You can turn this off by setting the value to false. Files can be loaded from either classpath or file by prefixing with classpath: or file: Wildcards is supported using an ANT pattern style paths, such as classpath:&#42;&#42;/&#42;camel&#42;.xml Multiple directories can be specified and separated by comma, such as: file:/myapp/mycamel/&#42;.xml,file:/myapp/myothercamel/&#42;.xml | classpath:camel/*.xml [...]
 | *camel.ssl.cert-alias* | An optional certificate alias to use. This is useful when the keystore has multiple certificates. |  | String
 | *camel.ssl.cipher-suites* | The optional explicitly configured cipher suites for this configuration. |  | CipherSuitesParameters
 | *camel.ssl.cipher-suites-filter* | The optional cipher suite filter configuration for this configuration. |  | FilterParameters
@@ -689,7 +689,7 @@ You can also use xref:manual::spring-testing.adoc[Camel Spring test annotations]
 [source,java]
 ----
 @CamelSpringBootTest
-@SpringBootTest
+@SpringBootApplication
 @MockEndpoints("direct:end")
 public class MyApplicationTest {