Author: Anirban Sen Chowdhary

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Connecting the MMC with MSSQL Database

Mule Management Console which is also known as MMC in short,  is a centralizes management and monitoring functions for all our on-premise Mule ESB Enterprise deployments, that includes running as a standalone instances, as...

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Designing an API with RAML Specs Part 2

In previous blog post we have seen how to design a REST API with RAML. We have also designed the API and introduced several RAML tags like Headers, Query parameters as well as designing with method...

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Designing an API with RAML Specs Part 1

REST is also called as representational state transfer. The REST API lets us to interact with anything that can send an HTTP request. REST APIs are one of those which are very easy to...

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Encrypting a JSON element

We often need to encrypt our sensitive payloads from being exposed to the external world.The major concern that we always have is to protect our data.Encryption is one of the great way to protect...

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Delay with JMS

Mule ESB has an amazing capacity to connect with Message queues and send/receive message between them.We all know how to send/receive message to a Message queue and that I am not going to demonstrate...

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Dealing with store – “The Object Store”

We often get into the situation where some data is require to persist for later retrieval and share across multiple application. Though we can easily use database for this purpose, but we can also...

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Mule Idempotent Filter

Idempotent Filter is an important message filter in Mule platform which ensures that only unique messages are received by a service by checking the unique ID of the incoming message. We use Idempotent Filter...

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Scheduling and Monitoring with Java in Mule

We often get a requirement of scheduling a task or monitoring some event consistently when our application is running on server. In that case we need to create a thread in our application that...