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Configuring Anypoint MQ

Configure Anypoint MQ queues, exchanges, and connected apps to send and retrieve messages.

  • Configuring Environment and Access Permissions

    Use access management to create an environment and manage the roles of users who administer the Anypoint MQ features in Anypoint Platform for your organization.

  • Configuring and Using Queues

    Create queues, FIFO queues, and dead-letter queues in Anypoint Platform. Send, receive, and purge messages from queues.

  • Sending Messages to Multiple Queues Using Message Exchanges

    Send messages to multiple standard queues simultaneously by binding those queues to a message exchange.

    Route messages to specific queues that are bound to the message exchange by creating intelligent message-routing rules on the bindings.

  • Configuring Cross-Region Failover for Standard Queues

    Enable cross-region failover so that if a Mule app can’t reach an Anypoint MQ server in a region, it switches to the fallback queue configured in the fallback region.

  • Configuring Connected Apps

    Integrate external applications with Anypoint Platform by using Connected Apps to provide access to those applications without sharing your user credentials.

  • Configuring Client Apps

    Generate credentials to use for publishing and consuming from a queue when using Anypoint Connector for MQ (Anypoint MQ Connector) version 3.x or earlier.

    MuleSoft recommends that you use connected apps rather than client apps to generate credentials. For information, see Configuring Connected Apps.