Connecting with Database MySQL
In this Mulesoft / Mule ESB tutorial of Connecting with Database Using MySql, we will use mulesoft Database Connector and connect it with MySQL DB:
|MuleSoft Database Connector using MySQL
The Database connector allows you to connect with database with almost any Java Database Connectivity (JDBC) relational database using a single interface for every case. The Database connector allows you to run SQL operations on database including Select, Insert, Update, Delete, and even Stored Procedures. As of Anypoint Studio May 2014 with 3.5.0 Runtime, the JDBC connector is deprecated, and the Database connector takes on JDBC connection capabilities.
|In this Mulesoft / Mule ESB tutorial we will connect with Tibco EMS server Queue and send messages across:|
|Mule JMS Connector
Inbound – Mule JMS will receive the message and be used with an inbound endpoint.
<jms:outbound-endpoint queue="my.queue"/>; <jms:inbound-endpoint topic="my.topic"/>;
|In this TIBCO EMS tutorial we will understand queues and topics in detail.|
Queue uses point to point messaging pattern. Point-to-point messaging has one producer and one consumer per message. Message producer/sender sends a message to the EMS queue and the message consumer retrieves messages from the queue and sends acknowledgement that the message was received.
Delivery Mode:(Persistent, Non–Persistent and EMS Reliable Delivery)
EMS Destination Properties
|In this Tibco EMS tutorial we will understand different EMS destination properties.|
Authenticate users before giving access to a queue or topic. Only authenticated users can send or receive message from the secured destination.
Syntax: addprop [queue|topic] <<queue|topic name>> secure
|In this tutorial we will learn how to configure and use Shared Variable.|
In this a single slot of memory is allocated to store the data which is used by all process instances to read or update. Thus every new instance will have access to the updated set of information.
|In this TIBCO tutorial we will understand the use of Tibco Process Variable/Assign Activity over Tibco Mapper Activity with the help of an example.|
|Process Variable/Assign Activity Vs Mapper Activity
|In this tutorial we will learn how to use File Poller and Write File activity and its configuration details. In this File Poller will look for any change in the given floder and Write File will write those details in another file.|
File Poller is a starter process which polls for files or directories and starts a process when the specified change (creation, modification, deletion) is detected.Write File
Write File activity is used to write content to a file.
|Create File activity is used to creates a new file or directory with the specified name. In this tutorial we will understand the configuration and exceptions of create file pallet .|
|In this tutorial we will create a BW proces as shown in the picture below.