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MULE for webservices

 
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Hi ,

Can anybody suggest an alternative to MULE?

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Why are you thinking first of MULE?

What requirements are pushing you that way?

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Hi,

I need a framework to support any of the communication service we have. For example a framwork that is flexible enough to support RMI and any other communication service. I see Mule is effective but is there any other framework that is better?

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Patricia.
 
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There seem to be a gazillion open-source or quasi open-source ESB projects. Like so many open source projects, Mule seems to have spawned a commercial version which adds features and support.

I would certainly take a look at the Apache Software Foundation's version.

If this was my problem I would start with a list of all the industry standards which the various parts you need to stitch together are using.

There are also many related technology directions with lots of fun acronyms like BPEL. I just attempted this BPEL survey article. (sorry about the membership thing but it is painless)

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I've tried my hard to learn this framework. Considering i have no experience in webservices.....would anyone help me in implementing my application in mule. I want two project to communicate. I would appreciate if you can provide me some example that allow me to communicate between two projects. I take input from one project and then use this input in other project and return the output to the first one.

Please help me in implementing this.


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Patricia
 
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