In the first part of this post we show how to start an Activiti process from Mule ESB using the new Mule’s activiti module. In this part we are going to show how to call a Web Service from Activiti that is going to be contained in Mule. Notice that you can expose anything as a Web service in Mule such as: beans, queues, etc.
First of all we need to create our proces.
We are pleased to announce Mule 3 Activiti support. We’re very happy to be working with the Activiti team and see a lot of value for our community using Mule and Activiti together. I already discussed why BPM and ESB need to work together and two different uses of ESBs with BPM. Today I am going to present a real world example.
For those that may not be familiar, Actiiviti is an open source BPMN 2.0 modeling tool and BPM runtime,
The Mule team is very pleased to announce the general availability of Mule ESB 3.1. This release packs a lot of new shiny awesomeness.
We received loads of great feedback on Mule Cloud Connect and the team has been working hard on new improvements. Cloud Connectors now have specific XML schemas making it really easy to orchestrate data services between cloud and enterprise applications. This means Cloud Connectors can now be used in flows.
Recently I saw this question posted in a forum: “Does REST have better performance than SOAP”?
This question is symptomatic of a fundamental misunderstanding of REST, I think. SOAP is a particular protocol used to implement RPC functionality. REST, on the other hand, is not a technology or protocol, but an architectural style. Systems that were built with the REST architectural style are fundamentally different from RPC based systems. For REST, we think in resources and data.