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Processing concurrent messages in Mule (Fork-Join pattern)

This blog post describes an example of the Fork-Join pattern in Mule 3. In this example we show how to configure Mule to receive a message and to copy this message to two separate endpoints asynchronously where each message is processed in parallel. Once each message...

Transforming MuleMessageCollection issue

In this weeks’ blog post we look at an issue regarding the MuleMessageCollection in Mule 3. While using the collection aggregator, this message processor creates a MuleMessageCollection (as expected) which is a collection of the Mule messages that have been...

MTOM Attachments in Mule

This blog post explains how to send attachments in Mule using MTOM via CXF. We show how one may pass an MTOM attachment as a payload in Mule, a simple example illustrates how to upload an attachment to a web service. Mule documentation provides all the information...

Contract First: CXF vs Spring-WS

When asked to develop a contract-first web service, the main decision that has to be made is whether to use Spring-WS or CXF. These two products provide contract first web service development and are widely supported. In this post we investigate the differences in...

Upgrade Roo Version

Recently at Ricston we have started using Spring Roo, which is a tool that makes it quick and easy to create web applications that adhere to the MVC architecture. When we first started using Roo, the version was 1.1.2. Soon after, a newer version was released, 1.1.3....