Following the general availability of Mule 3.0.0 Community Edition, I’m happy to announce the release of the following MuleForge projects, which have been upgraded to work with Mule 3:
* JCR Transport – A transport that reads from, writes to and observes JCR 1.0 containers.
* Erlang Transport – A transport that can send and receive messages to and from Erlang nodes.
* Common Retry Policies – A module containing community built and maintained implementations of retry policies.
If you haven’t started to migrate your MuleForge projects to Mule 3.0.0, now is a great time to do so!
To help you with the migration process, we have assembled two migration guides:
- One that is end-user focused and provides a great overview of the changes that occurred between Mule 2.2.1 and 3.0.0. Read it here.
- One that is focused on MuleForge transports hence covers the internal changes you’ll have to pay attention to. Reach it there.
Should you have any question in the process of migrating your MuleForge project to Mule 3, feel free to ask on one of the dedicated forums.
Time to fetch the leather apron, heat the forge and make the anvil ting!