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An external REST client periodically sends an array of records in a single POST request to a Mule application API endpoint.
The Mule application must validate each record of the request against a JSON schema before sending it to a downstream system in the same order that it was received in the array
Record processing will take place inside a router or scope that calls a child flow. The child flow has its own error handling defined. Any validation or communication failures should not prevent further processing of the remaining records.
To best address these requirements what is the most idiomatic(used for it intended purpose) router or scope to used in the parent flow, and what type of error handler should be used in the child flow?
A mule application is deployed to a Single Cloudhub worker and the public URL appears in Runtime Manager as the APP URL.
Requests are sent by external web clients over the public internet to the mule application App url. Each of these requests routed to the HTTPS Listener event source of the running Mule application.
Later, the DevOps team edits some properties of this running Mule application in Runtime Manager.
Immediately after the new property values are applied in runtime manager, how is the current Mule application deployment affected and how will future web client requests to the Mule application be handled?
A Mule application is synchronizing customer data between two different database systems.
What is the main benefit of using XA transaction over local transactions to synchronize these two database system?
An organization will deploy Mule applications to Cloudhub, Business requirements mandate that all application logs be stored ONLY in an external splunk consolidated logging service and NOT in Cloudhub.
In order to most easily store Mule application logs ONLY in Splunk, how must Mule application logging be configured in Runtime Manager, and where should the log4j2 splunk appender be defined?
A mule application is being designed to perform product orchestration. The Mule application needs to join together the responses from an inventory API and a Product Sales History API with the least latency.
To minimize the overall latency. What is the most idiomatic (used for its intended purpose) design to call each API request in the Mule application?