RE: How to read a text file Contents using mule and java

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RE: How to read a text file Contents using mule and java

Tashani Kathriarachchi
Of course you realize how dumb is this from an integration software who aims to be best in it's class. Why this approach? Nivi is right: when I want to do basic activities like read a file I just want to read the file. Nothing more. If I want to delete it I'll do it separately. Tibco understood it.
Not to mention that 3 days of consultancy from Mule costs fortune. A guy comes and tells you ... there is nothing like you imagine, it's much more complicated.
I would never recommend this creepy software. --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from this list, please visit: http://xircles.codehaus.org/manage_email
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RE: How to read a text file Contents using mule and java

Tashani Kathriarachchi
An inbound endpoint is a message source, i.e. an entity that create messages out of external events, like for example an incoming HTTP request, a JMS message in a queue or a file being created in a directory.

This has nothing to do with reading a random file at will as part of an integration flow. In that case, an inbound endpoint is not fit for the job but an alternative approach needs to be used, like simply reading the file with Java or MEL ; or with the newly introduced requester module: http://blogs.mulesoft.org/introducing...

So nothing creepy here, just needed some explanation :) --------------------------------------------------------------------- To unsubscribe from this list, please visit: http://xircles.codehaus.org/manage_email