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Mule Model: What Is It Good For?

In the good old days of Mule 1.x, the Mule had a specific purpose related to threading or, sometimes, streaming of data. People tended to stick to the default model more often than not. This changed in Mule 2.x In Mule 2, the model is nothing more than a logical...

Cryptic Error #1

I work with Mule on a regular basis and am used to the error messages that may sometimes seem cryptic to the untrained eye. The truth is that they are not cryptic at all, if you know what to look for. Nowadays, I tend to look at an error and can diagnose common or...

Service Statistics

Continuing on the theme of a ServiceAware service, what if you wanted to just be able to extract certain statistics from your Mule services at run time? I added the following method to the ServiceAware component that I wrote about in last week’s post: public...

Reacting to Your Environment

Back after a brief hiatus, I thought I’d build upon one of my previous articles related to Mule-aware services. In that article, I explained how a service can become aware of its surroundings and the Mule environment it is in. Naturally, services should not be...

Short Circuiting The Response Flow

Today’s guest post is from Stephen Fenech, Consultant at Ricston who talks about his most recent Mule engagement. A couple of weeks ago I was at SwissCom, the ‘leading Swiss provider of innovative communications and IT solutions’. They are currently...