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MuleCon2007 Training

The first half of the afternoon session, here at MuleCon2007, were simple labs inspecting and configuring the XML files for Mule, and seeing how they relate to the Java files. My MacBookPro can now ask your name, and then greet you by name, as a web… more »

MuleCon2007 Routers

Types of Routers Inbound Outbound Response Filters catchAllStrategies One can stack routers & transformers Peter gave examples of the ease of creating various special purpose routers, such as a wiretap, exception based or chaining router with the… more »

MuleCon2007 Recovery Strategies

Exception Strategies Component Exception Strategies Connector Exception Strategies Essentially route/log Fatal exceptions such as a message queue breaking also can be handled Reconnection Strategies Configure how a connector behaves when it connection… more »

MuleCon2007 Messaging Style

Asynchronous Inbound & Outbound Asynchronous Inbound & Synchronous Outbound Synchronous Inbound only Synchronous Inbound & Outbound Synchronous Inbound & Outbound with transaction Request-Response allows a UMO to make a request and await a specific… more »

MuleCon2007 Theory

Most configuration in the XML file can be done either by setting a property or using a URI Configuring JMS, embedded ActiveMQ Using Queues & Topics Selector Configuration Options Durable subscribers can be configured SOAP… more »

MuleCon2007 Overview

Peter Delia, co-founder with Ross Mason [CTO of Mulesource], of Ricston, based in Malta, is providing today's training, starting with an overview of Mule, Mulesource and Ricston. SOA Topologies; Mule can be configured to implement any topology ESB - see… more »
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