Category: Mule

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Polyglot programming in Mule

Sometimes when transforming complex data structures or applying business rules to your integration, you may face the need to add some custom code. We make our best effort to try to productize and solve...

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Fending off XXE attacks in Mule

Trust no one! Most security issues comes from assuming that no bad person is going to tamper with your input data. We usually pay more attention to it when processing the most common inputs,...

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Mule How-to: Build a Batch Enabled Cloud Connector

When we announced the December 2013 release, an exciting new feature also saw daylight: The Batch Module. If you haven’t read the post describing the feature’s highlights, you should, but today I’d like to...

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JSON to JSON transformation in Mule

We often deals with JSON payloads in our application on a large scale, specially whenever we are exposing or consuming a REST API. One of the common scenario we get is to modify or...

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Error Handling in the Mule ESB Batch Module

Fact: Batch Jobs are tricky to handle when exceptions raise. The problem is the huge amounts of data that these jobs are designed to take. If you’re processing 1 million records you simply can’t...

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A deeper look on the Mule ESB Batch Module

In a previous post, we introduced the Mule ESB Batch module. In this post we’re going to take a deeper dive in some other features. Support for not Serializable Objects A limitation in the...

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Mule ESB revamps it’s XPath and XSLT support

In spite of JSON’s reign as the king of API data format, XML still remains the exchange data format of choice for a number of systems. Any service exposing functionality through SOAP, and many...

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Asynchronous Logging in Mule 3.6

“Logs are like car insurance. Nobody wants to pay for it, but when something goes wrong everyone wants the best available” – Pablo Kraan The phrase above fully explains why logs are important and why...