Upload and link files using the Salesforce Connector in Mule 4

Overview Querying or upserting data into Salesforce objects is a simple process with MuleSoft and the Salesforce Connector. You can retrieve a Contact record, or update an Account through a single operation generally in Anypoint Studio. But there are some use cases where you need to combine multiple operations to handle a task in Salesforce.…

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Deploy a Mule Runtime to Heroku

Quick walkthrough video that shows you how to deploy a Mule Runtime (4.2.2) to Heroku. You can find the Git project here: https://github.com/djuang1/mule-heroku-dyno Shout out to Mars Scott and Trevor Hall from Heroku on getting me 80% of the way there. I just needed to add a .profile file that leverages the Anypoint Platform REST…

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Call a RPC-style SOAP Web Service in Mule 4

Overview If you’ve worked with the Web Service Consumer connector, you’ve probably run into this error message at one point when given a SOAP endpoint. RPC style WSDLs are not supported by the Web Service Consumer But don’t worry, there are workarounds to accomplish integrating with these endpoints. In this article, I’ll show you how…

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Connecting to Salesforce Marketing Cloud with MuleSoft – Setting up Basic and OAuth Configurations – Part 1

In this article, we’ll walk-through the process of connecting to Salesforce Marketing Cloud (SFMC) using the SFMC Connector in Anypoint Studio. The SFMC connector provides two ways to connect; you can connect using Basic Authentication and with OAuth Client Credentials. Tooling Versions Anypoint Studio 7.4.1 Mule Server 4.2.2 EE Salesforce Marketing Cloud Connector 3.0.1 Salesforce…

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Setting up Postman for easier development with Anypoint Platform APIs

Postman has become the standard for any developer working with APIs. It provides an intuitive interface that allows developers to easily configure, interact, and test APIs. Out-of-the-box, you can use Postman to call the Anypoint Platform APIs, but there are some tips and tricks in this article to help make it easier. An example of…

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Using OAuth JWT to authenticate to Salesforce in MuleSoft Anypoint Studio

This article will you walk through how to connect to Salesforce in your Mule application using OAuth JWT authentication. The article is divided into three parts. The first part will show you how to setup the Salesforce certificate and key store. The second will cover the setup of the app in Salesforce. The last part…

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Create a multipart/form-data request using MuleSoft DataWeave

Calling APIs from MuleSoft is an easy process using the HTTP Connector and DataWeave. The connector gives you the ability to send requests to HTTP services and handle their response within your application flow and DataWeave gives you the ability to create the requests that need to be passed to the HTTP services in the…

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Connect to Confluent Cloud with the MuleSoft Kafka Connector (Mule 4)

Apache Kafka, developed by LinkedIn and donated to the Apache Software Foundation, is used for building real-time data pipelines and streaming apps. It is horizontally scalable, fault-tolerant, and incredibly fast. Confluent launched as a commercial entity on top of the open-source project in 2014 and just recently released a free tier to their service called…

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Install Anypoint Runtime Fabric on Azure

Anypoint Runtime Fabric (RTF) is a container service that automates the deployment and orchestration of Mule applications and API gateways. Runtime Fabric runs within a customer-managed infrastructure on AWS, Azure, virtual machines (VMs), and bare-metal servers. The video below walks you through the process of installing Runtime Fabric on Azure.

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Configure the MuleSoft Database Connector to connect to Heroku Postgres

The MuleSoft Database Connector provides the ability to easily connect to any database as long as you have the JDBC driver. Here’s a quick post/walk-through on how to configure the connector to connect to Heroku Postgres. This post assumes you have a Heroku account with Postgres already added and configured. You also have Anypoint Studio…

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