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Creating Mule Project with RAML – Mulesoft / Mule ESB Tutorial

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Creating Mule Project with RAML


In this Mule tutorial we will learn how to create Mule project with RAML and a detailed walk-through on how the Mule flow works in case of a success or error scenario:

Mule ESB – What is RAML and why it’s used


RAML stands for RESTful API Modeling Language and is similar to WSDL. A RAML provides a structure to an API and also help the client who is invoking the API to know before hand what the API does.

A RAML contains:

  1. Endpoint URL with its Query parameters and URI parameters,
  2. HTTP methods to which API is listening to (GET, POST, PUT, DELETE),
  3. Request and response schema and sample message,
  4. HTTP response code that an API will return (eg: 200, 400, 404, 500). Continue reading
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Connecting with Database MySql – Mulesoft / Mule ESB Tutorial

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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.
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