Tag Archives: XML/XSD/XSLT

About Mule, content-based routing and namespaces

Some of our Mule ESB applications make use of content-based routing when processing a message. To implement this in Mule we use a filtering-router with a jaxen-filter. The most simple example looks like this: You can also use a XPath … Continue reading

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Combining Mule with Altova MapForce

As promised in our previous blog about Altova Mapforce we will show in this post how to combine the result of the generated code of Altova Mapforce with a Mule application. As we have shown before, the Java code that … Continue reading

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Issues when making use of XML (part 4)

XML is quite common nowadays, especially in the application integration business that I am involved in. However, I still see companies making big mistakes when they decide to start using XML (for example as the exchange format with their business … Continue reading

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Issues when making use of XML (part 3)

XML is quite common nowadays, especially in the application integration business that I am involved in. However, I still see companies making big mistakes when they decide to start using XML (for example as the exchange format with their business … Continue reading

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Issues when making use of XML (part 2)

XML is quite common nowadays, especially in the application integration business that I am involved in. However, I still see companies making big mistakes when they decide to start using XML (for example as the exchange format with their business … Continue reading

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Issues when making use of XML (part 1)

XML is quite common nowadays, especially in the application integration business that I am involved in. However, I still see companies making big mistakes when they decide to start using XML (for example as the exchange format with their business … Continue reading

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Create your own Expression Evaluator in Mule

Although there are a lot of evaluators available in Mule CE it is very easy to add your own evaluator. In my case we have a self defined message format that holds some properties in the header of a message … Continue reading

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XSLT2 translations with Mule2

When you use Mule to integrate several applications that are ‘talking’ xml, sooner or later you will end up translating XML messages from one format to another. This can be done with XSLT that has very powerful abilities. I have … Continue reading

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XSL Transformations with Maven

In my last post I told about the XSLT processing that I have to do to get the XSD as I wanted it to be. Unfortunately there is not just one XSD that has to be processed but there are … Continue reading

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Modifying an XML Schema with XSLT

Recently I ran into an issue with a XSD that I had generated by using our modelling tool. It appeared the XSD did not match with my wishes so I had to modify the XSD. Now I could do this … Continue reading

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