In continuation of the ‘Mule Tutorial Series’, this blog post intends to explain the use of all flow control component. Advertisements
So far the HTTP endpoint demonstrated in this tutorial series had inbound HTTP endpoints. The HTTP endpoint also supports outbound endpoint. This example illustrates two functionalities one… Read more “Mule Tutorial Series: Using Mule’s Fork and Join Component”
An ESB is expected to function as a service provider as well as a consumer. This tutorial will explain how Mule ESB can be configured to function… Read more “Mule Tutorial Series: Implementing RESTful WebService”
The CSV file formats in the previous blog posts namely post1 and post2 mapped to a single POJO object. This blog post demonstrates the ability to map… Read more “Mule Tutorial Series: Mapping Data Structure hierarchy & externalizing configuration properties”
In my previous blog post, CSV to Maps component was used to convert the CSV input to Java Maps. The CSV to Maps component loads the entire… Read more “Mule Tutorial Series: File Endpoint, Data Mapper, Java Component”
My previous blog post covered HTTP end point. This post provides a tutorial using File endpoint.
A typical Mule application is built around one or more flows. The flow receives a message; the message progresses thru one or multiple steps/activities which perform specific… Read more “Mule Tutorial Series: HTTP Endpoint, Java Component & Expression Filter”
For the past month or so, I have been working on understanding the nitty-gritty of Mule ESB. In order to expedite Mule development, mulesoft provides Eclipse based… Read more “Mule ESB Tutorial Series – An Introduction”