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Mule JMS: No. of Consumers VS Max Threads Active

Let’s say we have a service picking messages off a JMS queue. We may want to throttle the number of messages consumed or increase the service’s message throughput. We could do this by specifying the number of threads retrieving messages from the queue. Alas, you are...

Transaction Aware Object Store

Delivering training is a great opportunity to learn how software can be improved. Trainees come up with questions on how they want to use the software in ways you’d never dream about. Let’s take my case. While delivering Mule training, I was asked about the Idempotent...

WSDL to Bonita Connector Plugin

Here at Ricston, we have been asked to investigate the feasibility of migrating a complex process implemented in Intalio BPMS to Bonita Open Solution. A key point in this potential migration is that the process interacts with various external systems by way of Web...

Introducing the Mule Ricston Module

In our Mule consultancy gigs we are often required to develop a solution which cannot be solved straight out-of-the-box. We bet that other Mule developers face the same problems that we face. That is why we have decided to start making our solutions available as a...

Testing Mule 3.2 with Cucumber

These days I’ve had the pleasure to try out Cucumber. Cucumber is a test framework that links your specifications to your tests. The specifications are described in a natural language, such as English, and your tests are written in any formal language Cucumber...