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One of the more common usages of Mule is as the integration piece of a larger SOA architecture. Mule has traditionally never attempted to offer a complete SOA suite/stack of products as some of its larger competitors do, but has rather focused on the thing it does best, which is integration. Other aspects of an SOA architecture (messaging backbone, data storage, governance, etc.) are generally provided by other best-of-breed solutions for those areas,
In Mule 3 we are now able to clearly define a chain of message processing steps and see exactly what is being applied and in which order. This was unfortunately not the case in previous versions of Mule where transformers and filters were defined as attributes on the endpoint or the router.
We have tried to simplify and improve our approach to exception handling in Mule 3 in order to make behavior more predictable.
The Mule ESB team is pleased to announce the next milestone towards our final Mule 3.0 release.
Mule integrates with jBPM, allowing you to send/receive messages to/from a running process. A message from Mule can start or advance a process, the message can be used as a process variable, and a process can send messages to any endpoint in your Mule config.
Mule has had support for WS-Security via CXF for some time now, but Mule 2.2.4 Enterprise goes a bit further still with the inclusion of the Mule SAML Module and a new WS-Security example. In this article, I will step through the WS-Security example so that you can see the different possibilities available for incorporating WS-Security into your Mule application.
We are pleased to announce that the community release of Mule 2.2.1 is now available for download. This is a maintenance release for Mule 2.2 that includes several bug fixes for passing message properties between CXF endpoints, complex regular expressions in JDBC statements, ordering of events from the <correlation-resequencer-router/>, and more.
I will be presenting a webinar tomorrow Dec. 9th at 9 AM PT/ Noon ET covering integration between Mule and webapps. It will be a technical walk-through of an example application consisting of two webapps consuming Mule services, one with Mule running inside it. The audience is assumed to have some prior experience developing with webapps and/or Mule.
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