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The Facebook Connector using Custom Object Stores

In a previous post, I provided a demo on how to use the Facebook Connector. Here, I describe briefly how you can use your own custom object store to save the access token rather than relying on the Connector’s default object store. To enable your custom object...

A Simple Facebook Connector Tutorial

This blog post explains how to use the Mule Facebook Connector version 2.3. A good tutorial on the Facebook Connector has already been posted but deals with a much earlier version. This post presents a demo using the current version. Versions and Assumptions To...

RAML + Mule Module Requester Usecase

In this blog post we discuss a simple example created to demonstrate the use of RAML and mule-module-requester. RAML is a tool that allows for describing RESTful APIs. Using RAML, we may define a REST API and generate Mule flows that will route requests to the backend...

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...