MuleSoft Integration AnyPoint Platform is widely used popular ESB which is used to integrate different types of systems & applications with its API-Led Connectivity approach and tons of enterprise features. The information that flows in these integration services is in the form of MuleSoft Messages containing message payloads and message headers and additional properties. MuleSoft Message Processors are used to perform different types of processing on these messages in order to fulfil different business needs in the digital transformation journey. In this article, You will learn about MuleSoft Message Processors and understand what are the different types of Event Processors (Message Processors) available in MuleSoft AnyPoint Platform.
What are MuleSoft Message Processors?
Before we dig deeper into the discussion of what are the MuleSoft Message Processor Types; it is important to first shed some light on the basics–What are Message Processors in MuleSoft exactly?
Message Processors are meant to process the messages as the name implies. The messages produced and originated from the message producer systems or applications; once landed in MuleSoft AnyPoint Flows, is processed in different ways using message processors. These message payloads or headers are processed using various types of message processors as per business needs to transform, aggregate, split, route, filter these messages.
MuleSoft Message Processor Types
Following are the major categories of Message Processors in MuleSoft:
- Connectors: A set of related components to enable integration with external systems in a seamless, standardized manner.
- Components: Primary building blocks of Mule applications containing business logic for various operations.
- Routers: Enable messages routing within message flows based on different conditions as per requirements.
- Filters: Allow message filtration based on certain conditions.
- Transformers: Used to transform messages in various formats.
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