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Open-Source ESBs in Action: Example Implementations in Mule and ServiceMix by Jos Dirksen, Tijs Rademakers

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Appendix D. Mule component overview

You can configure many different components in Mule 2.0: the basic Mule elements, as well as the connector-specific elements such as JMS connectors, file-specific transformers, and so on.

The following tables explain each element you can use in the Mule configuration file, beginning with the basic Mule elements and then continuing to the connector-specific configuration elements. Most of the descriptions are based on the XSD documentation and the Javadocs for the specific classes.

Mule core elements

The Mule core elements, listed in table D.1, form the basis of any Mule configuration file. These elements are from the http://www.mulesource.org/schema/mule/core/2.0 namespace.

Table D.1. Mule core elements ...

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