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 –
In this episode, MuleSource CTO and co-founder Ross Mason speaks with David Dossot, creator of the JCR transport for Mule. The JCR transport reads from, writes to, and observes JCR 1.0 containers. Mule users can find a user guide and examples for using the JCR transport with Mule 1.4.x on the MuleForge – the user guide and examples for Mule 2.1.x are in the works now.