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Running Mule From Java

Have you wondered that your Mule application can be run from a Java class ? Yes, it’s true .. You can run your entire Mule flow from a small java class. So, how can...

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Mule with Composite source

Mule Composite source is actually a scope that listen in parallel on different channels for incoming messages. Whenever any of these receivers accepts a message, the Composite  scope passes it to the first message processor...

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Mule with Stored Procedure

Mule’s database component allows us to connect with almost any Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) relational database and it has wonderful capabilities to perform various functionalities and run diverse SQL operations on our database, including Select, Insert, Update, Delete,...

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Holding your Mule

We generally design our complex  Mule flows for different functionalities. And in that design and implementation, we often want to stop our flow for sometime and then want to process it after an interval...

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XML to XML transformation in Mule

As we know, there can be multiple types of payload we need to deal daily, starting from JSON,  XML or String, we also require different type of data transformation in our application like XML...

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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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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...