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Tuesday, January 8th, 2019

After the big success of the first part of using Java in Mule, finally, the second volume is ready, using Java in Mule4. In this post, we take a look at different methods of integrating your Java code in the latest version of Mule. The main difference to notice is that MEL is gone. In Mule3, it was a normal approach to call a Java method by providing a MEL ...read more »

Thursday, November 22nd, 2018

Dataweave allows programmers to use the operations groupBy, orderBy and distinctBy when defining their scripts. groupBy is often used with some function to group objects by certain keys. orderBy is often used with some function to order objects by certain keys. distinctBy is often used with the anonymous parameter $ to eliminate duplicate objects. In this blog post we shall focus on how these functions behave when they are given ...read more »

Monday, November 19th, 2018

This blog post focuses on how to integrate derby and flyway with Mule to create self-contained PoCs and more effective tests for a CICD pipeline with embedded Database. Index Introduction A Word About Apache Derby for Beginners Derby & Mule Dependencies Properties Context Configuration Creating the Database Dependencies Properties Context Configuration SQL Scripts Using the Database Connector in the Flows Testing with Embedded DataBase Conclusion Introduction Let's say you want ...read more »

Monday, November 5th, 2018

Mule offers three main processing strategies; Synchronous, Queued Asynchronous and Non-Blocking (introduced in Mule 3.7). Before Mule 3.7 any flow that started with an inbound endpoint that had the exchange pattern set to request-response had its processing strategy set to Synchronous. As shown in the diagram below, the Synchronous Processing Strategy implies that the same thread (the thread taken from the connector of the inbound endpoint) is used for the ...read more »

Monday, October 29th, 2018

Introduction Dataweave allows programmers to use the reduce operation in their scripts. In fact there are two different kinds of reduce operation, depending on whether the accumulator of the operation is initialised or is left uninitialised. This operation can also be challenging to use unless one first masters its subtleties. In this blog post we shall: Explain how reduce with an initialised accumulator and an uninitialised accumulator works What results ...read more »

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