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Threads and private flows in Mule

One of the things that I believe is slightly complicated in Mule is the behaviour of private flows. Wait… is there a difference between private flows and sub-flows? Well there is, and if you are not aware of it, it might bite you very badly. Let’s start...

Mule DataMapper Groovy Sample Helper

As Mule consultants, one issue we seem to repeatedly face is the excessive amount of time spent building the input/output structure of the DataMapper. The DataMapper in Mule 3.4 helps you solve this issue if you have XML, by importing the input using an XSD. The same...

Schema Validation Filter Gotchas

Earlier this month, I was delivering a proof of concept around Mule that required the use of the schema validation filter. The use case was pretty simple. XML messages comes in through a SOAP request, and some fields in the incoming message had to be validated against...

Mule on Waratek Cloud VM

I’m sure that whoever follows our blog, is fairly familiar with Mule, but what is Waratek? Let’s cut to the chase here, and announce that for me, Waratek offers one of the coolest products I have ever seen. Waratek brought to the JVM, what VMWare brought...

Mule Netty Publish/Subscribe

Recently, I was onsite with a client who had one particular use case utilising the TCP protocol. Their own customers register by opening a TCP connection to their server. Once the connection is open, their customers will receive a stream of updates from the server....