MQTT Connector Examples
To fully benefit from using Anypoint Connector for MQTT (MQTT Connector), see the following examples of configuring the connector:
Configure Quality of Service
Configure the quality of service (QoS) to specify levels of delivery assurance for inbound or outbound messages.
Configure the Last Will and Testament Message
Configure the Last Will and Testament message to notify all the topic subscribers of the client’s disconnection from the broker.
Set a client ID with MQTT Connector
Configure client ID generators that enable you to set a client ID.
Listen for New Messages
Configure the On New Message source to listen for messages on a unique or multiple topics, and listen for messages on multiple topics using single-level or multilevel wildcards.
Publish a Message
Configure the Publish operation to publish a message to the desired topic with a specific quality of service.
Listen and Publish Messages
Configure the On New Message source and the Publish operation to listen and publish messages to a specific topic.
Deploy MQTT Connector Apps in a Cluster
Understand the client ID behavior of MQTT Connector when deploying Mule apps in a cluster.