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Microsoft Azure Service Bus Connector Release Notes - Mule 3

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Anypoint Connector for Microsoft Azure Service Bus supports two versions, 2.0.0 and 1.0.3. Version 1.0.3 is a patch release for 1.0.0.

To see a list of input sources and operations for this connector, refer to the Microsoft Azure Service Bus Connector Reference.

2.0.2

October 9, 2020

Compatibility

Application/Service Version

Mule

3.7.0 and later

Anypoint Studio

6.0.0 and later

JDK Version

1.8

Fixed Issues

Listener did not reconnect after a queue or topic status changed back to active from disabled in Azure Portal. (SE-17878)

Known issues

If Receive mode is set to MANUAL on a queue listener or subscription listener, the call to the Acknowledge message or Abandon message operation must occur in the same flow as the listener. If the call is not in the same flow, the operation fails. (CONN-4214)

2.0.1

January 10, 2020

Compatibility

Application/Service Version

Mule

3.7.0 and later

Anypoint Studio

6.0.0 and later

JDK Version

1.8

Features

Updated the internal dependencies of the connector to safer versions based on NexusIQ recommendations.

Known issues

If Receive mode is set to MANUAL on a queue listener or subscription listener, the call to the Acknowledge message or Abandon message operation must occur in the same flow as the listener. If the call is not in the same flow, the operation fails. (CONN-4214)

2.0.0

July 30, 2019

Compatibility

Application/Service Version

Mule

3.7.0 and later

Anypoint Studio

6.0.0 and later

JDK Version

1.8

Features

  • Specific connection parameters have been added to the connector config in the Advanced tab for publisher clients.

    • Operation timeout (milliseconds)

    • Minimum retries backoff (milliseconds)

    • Maximum retries backoff (milliseconds)

    • Retries: Number of retries for a publish operation.

    • Thread pool size: Maximum of threads running for publish operations.

  • Added a Publish operation for topics and queues. This operation enables you to send messages to both destination types, replacing the Queue Send and Topic Send operations.

  • Split the Send batch operation into two operations:

    • Simple send without attribute parameters.

    • Send complex batch, which includes parameters for each message to send.

Known issues

If Receive mode is set to MANUAL on a queue listener or subscription listener, the call to the Acknowledge message or Abandon message operation must occur in the same flow as the listener. If it is not in the same flow, the operation fails.

1.0.3

February 10, 2020

Compatibility

Application/Service Version

Mule

3.7.0 and later

Anypoint Studio

6 and later

JDK Version

1.8

Connector DevKit

3.9.7

Fixed Issues

Fixed compatibility errors with Mule runtime engine (Mule) 3.9.4. (CONN-4808)

1.0.2

November 14, 2019

Compatibility

Application/Service Version

Mule

3.7.0 and later

Anypoint Studio

6 and later

JDK Version

1.8

Connector DevKit

3.9.7

Features

This connector update integrates the Mule and DevKit versions, and improves internal build process for continuous integration.

1.0.0

January 7, 2019

Anypoint Connector for Microsoft Azure Service Bus (Microsoft Azure Service Bus Connector) is a Mule 3 connector that enables cloud-hosted reliable messaging integration scenarios for Azure Service Bus. The connector also supports messaging for queues and topics.

You can use the built-in management API to dynamically discover and provision Azure Service Bus objects.

Microsoft Azure Service Bus Connector works only with Microsoft libraries and works only with Azure, which is cloud-based. To implement message integration scenarios with an on-premises Microsoft service bus, or if you are using Mule 4, use the Microsoft Service Bus Connector instead of this connector.

Compatibility

Application/Service Version

Mule

3.7.0 and later

Anypoint Studio

6.0 and later

JDK Version

1.8

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