I had previously described the problem here:
It appears that the problem is down to a possible bug in the way URIs are matched (not to mention my rather obscure use-case)
I have a number of REST-DSL endpoints with the same URI but different request types (POST, PUT, GET, DELETE). In my case, the URI is getting selected by
HttpServletResolveConsumerStrategy.resolve (in addition to these, I have some specific endpoints with wildcards in them)
This method matches the URI, but not the request type. When I send a GET request, it returns the first consumer candidate it finds which, in my case, always seems to be PUT. Later, when CamelContinuationServlet.doService checks that the request type and cadidate type match, they don't. It then returns 405 Method Not Allowed.
I believe that the HttpServletResolveConsumerStrategy.resolve method IN camel-hhtp-common should check the request type as well as the URI.