Sometimes pre-built connectors can solve your integration challenges; other times you might need a connector with a specific functionality or you might want to connect to a system without an available pre-built connector. In these cases, building your own connector may be the better route to take.
While getting started on building a connector from scratch can seem daunting at first,
We’re happy to announce the release of Anypoint Studio July 2014 and Mule ESB 3.5.1. The Anypoint Studio release now contains support for finding Anypoint Templates to help you rapidly integrate systems as well as many usability and productivity improvements. The July 2014 release of Anypoint Studio also contains the Mule ESB 3.5.1 release, which builds on the 3.5.0 release with many bug fixes.
Anypoint Studio July 2014
The July 2014 release Anypoint Studio release contains many improvements targeted at improving your productivity on Anypoint Platform.
When we announced the December 2013 release, an exciting new feature also saw daylight: The Batch Module. If you haven’t read the post describing the feature’s highlights, you should, but today I’d like to focus on how the <batch:commit>block interacts with Anypoint™ Connectors and more specifically, how you can leverage your own connectors to take advantage of the feature.
In a nutshell,