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vmaier (25) [Avatar] Offline
#1
I read in 'THE BOOK' that the Mule documentation is 'the most complete'. Anybody can point me to that documentation? 'cause when I go to the Mule website, I find very scarce documentation. And their examples are not that great at all!

Thanks,

Valentin.
David Dossot (233) [Avatar] Offline
#2
Re: Documentation for Mule
Hi Valentin,

The complete Mule 2 user guide is there: http://www.mulesource.org/display/MULE2USER/Home

It has been completely overhauled recently and is now truly comprehensive. As far as examples are concerned, you have the ones coming with Mule distribution and some extra ones on the forge: http://muleforge.org/projects.php?category=Doc/Example

On top of the examples coming with Open Source ESBs in Action, we also provide (for free smilie a lot of examples with Mule in Action. See http://muleinaction.com

Cheers,
D.
vmaier (25) [Avatar] Offline
#3
Re: Documentation for Mule
David,

I just bought your book, the electronic version!

I can't wait to read it!

Thank you for your feedback.

Valentin.