Getting started with MuleSoft’s SAP integration tools

MuleSoft’s SAP integration tools

SAP provides a number of elements, data structures, and modules to enable integration with its solutions. Below is a summary of the various approaches, all of which are supported by MuleSoft’s Anypoint Platform.

Abstracting SAP configuration complexity with an API-led approach

API-led connecitivity for SAP integration

Regardless of how customized your SAP instance(s) may be, or how mismatched the object models may be between SAP and third-party solutions, Anypoint Platform is purpose-built to abstract the complexity of any system and its proprietary language. This results in obviating the need to build with custom code by leveraging an API-led approach.

Solving SAP integration challenges with Anypoint Platform

anypoint cloud integration

Anypoint Platform helps you connect SAP’s on-premises and cloud-based solutions, SAP middleware, third-party legacy systems, and modern, best-of-breed technologies.

How MOVEit Transfer Connector makes file transfer secure and painless

Mule Runtime to Ipswitch

Ipswitch’s new MOVEit Transfer Connector enables MuleSoft users to easily integrate secure managed file transfer capabilities into their Mule applications.

Mule How-to: Build a Batch Enabled Cloud Connector

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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.

<batch:commit> overview

In a nutshell,

Meet a Muley – Suchi Deshpande, Sr. Product Manager

February 7 2014

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Happy Friday!

For this week’s Meet a Muley post, we thought we’d take it back to the Connectors team and introduce you to a newer Muley! Suchi Deshpande, Sr. Product Manager for Connectors, has a quirky sense of humor and focuses her time on keeping things connected. Despite coming from a mobile background, she’s settled into MuleSoft pretty well. When she’s not running around the office,

Extending Mule: How to a release a new version of your custom extension

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Today I would like to talk a little bit about releasing a new version of your Mule extensions.  As you may know Mule is a an extensible platform with well defined integration points for plugging in your own connectors transformations, components and even routers. Suppose you have used The Mule Devkit to create your very own extension or cloud connector, and your project is so cool that it was accepted on MuleForge.

Adding Flows Dynamically

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Mule has a new really cool module ready to be used in Muleforge called Dynamic Flows. The idea behind this new module might sound strange at first but it is actually quite simple: it allows you to add new flows to your existing mule application without restarting the server. It provides three simple operations for flow management:

1) Add

Creates a new mule context with the name and configuration provided.

Handling HTTP callbacks using the new Mule DevKit: a Twilio example

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When you send a request to an API and it gets processed the API might want to notify you app about the status of the request. In order for your application to handle this callback you would have to set up an endpoint to listen for the notification and then send the url of that endpoint to the API. For example Twilio, one of the most popular public APIs,

Get real-time with the new SalesForce API

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Before streaming APIs, if you wanted to know if there were any updates on a specific event you had to query the API periodically and check if updates indeed occurred. Most likely, many of these queries would probably return no results as no new event happened but still resources were consumed in the process including the API call and parsing the response. Now, what if you want to get notified not only of 1 event but 10,