Migrating a MuleSoft Connector from Mule 3 to Mule 4

In this article, we will explain (step-by-step) how to migrate a MuleSoft connector from Mule 3 to Mule 4 using the Devkit Migration Tool (DMT).

Using your Java code in Mule4

In this post, we take a look at different methods of integrating your Java code in the latest version of Mule.

Accelerate Your Digital Journey with Mule 4 and C4E

MuleSoft has recently announced a crowd release of Mule 4.0 - the latest iteration of the Mule runtime engine. Mule 4 innovatively delivers a vastly more powerful all-purpose engine for building application networks, while retaining everything users of Mule 3 loved - its lightweight, runtime, and extensibility.

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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 »

Tuesday, July 25th, 2017

MuleSoft offers a number of connectors that can be configured and used as inbound endpoints for a flow. Each inbound endpoint is a message source which receives data and triggers the execution of a flow. A common scenario is to perform similar point to point integrations for a number of inbound endpoints where most of the processing logic is common for all messages. Each message source could be one of ...read more »

Tuesday, November 22nd, 2016

Multi-tenancy allows an application to behave as multiple independent applications hosted for different clients (i.e. organisations). This might not sound impressive, however as the number of clients increase it becomes more evident that it is easier and more cost effective to run a single application hosted for all the clients rather than hosting an independent application for each client. Multi-tenancy has become more popular lately and is very useful for the economy in ...read more »

Friday, October 28th, 2016

This post continues from my first part regarding how to execute a Mule Flow on start-up. Part 1: https://www.ricston.com/blog/mule-app-automatisation-part1 In this second part, we discuss how to use a scheduler to run a flow the next day and how to avoid duplicated work. Schedule a task First of all, ScheduledExecutorService provides the capability of creating scheduled tasks, creating a Pool of one Thread to schedule a new task the next day ...read more »

Friday, October 28th, 2016

In this post I cover a few of the options that we can use for giving our Mule App some sort of "Automatisation". Business Case In the project that I am actually working, I have to create an auto invoice process the first day of the month. If all the TimeSheets received from an external source are approved, the application continues with the invoice process, if not it will wait one ...read more »

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