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How to read and write Apache Parquet files in MuleSoft

Apache Parquet is a file format designed to support fast data processing for complex data. Unlike row-based formats like CSV, Parquet is column-oriented – meaning the values of each table column are stored next to each other rather than those of each record. Included in the Parquet file is metadata that includes the schema and…

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Connecting to Salesforce Marketing Cloud with MuleSoft – Using the REST APIs – Part 3

This is the last in a 3-part series on how to connect to Salesforce Marketing Cloud (SFMC) using MuleSoft. In the previous articles, I showed you how to set up the connection configuration of the SFMC connector as well as how to push data to Data Extensions with the SFMC connector. In this article, I’ll…

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Replace AWS API Gateway with MuleSoft in front of AWS Lambda Functions

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Load 10M records into Snowflake in under 20 seconds with MuleSoft

Overview Snowflake is an analytic data warehouse provided as Software-as-a-Service (SaaS). Snowflake provides a data warehouse that is faster, easier to use, and more flexible than traditional data warehouse offerings. As enterprises begin moving their data into Snowflake, they need ways to connect and integrate large volumes of data from their systems quickly and efficiently. …

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Call MuleSoft APIs from Salesforce Lightning Flow Builder

Overview Salesforce Lightning Flow Builder is a process automation solution that provides a fast and easy tool to assemble flows. While Flows allow you to easily interact with Salesforce Objects, you can also make calls to Enhanced External Services from a flow. This article will walk you through the process of taking an API designed…

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Call a Java Method from a *.jar file in DataWeave

Overview Reuse is a major tenant of the MuleSoft Anypoint Platform. Instead of being a black box where developers don’t know what the code is doing under the covers, they can reuse code or leverage their own code within a Mule application. Sometimes this code can be sitting in a *.jar file and the developer…

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Connecting to Salesforce Marketing Cloud with MuleSoft – Using the Connector – Part 2

This is the part 2 in a 3-part series on how to connect to Salesforce Marketing Cloud (SFMC) using MuleSoft.  In the first part, I walked you through the process of setting up the connection between MuleSoft and SFMC. You can use the MuleSoft SFMC connector to connect using either Basic Authentication or with OAuth…

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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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Update Document with a MongoDB Function using MuleSoft

I recently had to figure out how to use the MuleSoft MongoDB Connector and update a document with a function. This post is a quick walk-through showing how to build an example flow to address the use case. In MongoDB, the collection we’ll be performing the function against looks like the following. It’s just a set…

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Deploy Domain Projects using the Mule Plugin for Maven

Continuous Integration (CI) is a DevOps development practice that requires developers to check code into a shared repository (e.g. Github) after which automated builds and tests are run. This process allows teams to detect problems early and locate them more easily. The MuleSoft Anypoint Platform provides the flexibility and tools to easily build a CI process…

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