Create Mule Custom Connection Using Java SDK

Connectors in Mule are also called Extensions or Module. Every connector in Mule has the following important elements, Components – Given a set of parameters, Components can be executed to produce or alter messages in a flow. Sources and Operations are the most common components of a module. Configuration – Configurations are a set of … Read more

Custom Validation in Mule 4 Using Mule SDK

Custom Validation in Mule Validators are operations that validate the Mule Message without changing the message. Validators can produce these effects: If the condition the validator demands is fulfilled, the flow continues, and the Mule Message remains the same. If the condition the validator demands is not fulfilled, an error is thrown. Today we will … Read more

Automated Deployment with Mule Management Console and Maven

In my opinion, the deployment of any application should be as automated as possible to avoid errors due to manual mistakes. This is no different with a mule esb application. If you are using the enterprise edition of the mule esb you also have the ability to make use of the mule management console (MMC). … Read more

Mule Application Deployment to Cloudhub Using Connected App

In this article, we will create a Mule application and deploy the same to the cloud hub using Connected App. Connected APP The Connected Apps feature provides a framework that enables an external application to integrate with the Anypoint Platform using APIs through OAuth 2.0 and OpenID Connect. Connected apps help users delegate their access … Read more

Handle HL7 MLLP Messages With Mule 4

There are several ways to perform integrations with existing platforms in the healthcare industry. MuleSoft provides a stable connector that we can use to transform and use without any hustle: the HL7 EDI connector. Before going on to discuss MuleSoft-provided connector capabilities, let’s discuss HL7 terms. HL7 Message HL7 payload is utilized whenever the healthcare … Read more