You are viewing an older version of this section. Click here to navigate to the latest version.

Studio Basics Walkthrough

This Studio Basics Walkthrough is designed to help you gain familiarity and confidence in working with Mule Studio.

Configuring an Endpoint

Introduces Flows and Endpoints, and demonstrates how to invoke a Mule application using HTTP.

Adding Message Processors to a Flow

Demonstrates how to add message processing components, in this example Logger and Echo, to a Flow.

Adding Business Logic to a Flow

Demonstrates how to add custom code to a flow using a Component.

Understanding the Mule Message

Demonstrates using the Mule expression language to view the composition of a typical Mule message, including the message scope, message properties, and payload data.

Filtering Invalid Requests

Demonstrates how to use Filters to screen out invalid requests.

Transforming Data in a Flow

Demonstrates how to use Transformers to alter data in an HTTP request within a Flow.

Invoking Component Methods

Demonstrates how to resolve the method entry point when invoking business logic in a Java class represented as a Component.

Using Outbound Endpoints to Publish Data

Demonstrates how to use an outbound Endpoint to take data received via an HTTP request and output it to a file.

Understanding Mule Interaction with Exchange Patterns

Demonstrates the difference between one-way and request-response exchange patterns.