Configuring the HTTP Endpoint

Mule uses HTTP Endpoints to send and receive requests over the HTTP transport protocol. Configured as either Inbound (also known as message sources) or Outbound, HTTP Endpoints use one of the two message exchange patterns: request-response or one-way. We will see an example of how it works.

Configuring the HTTP Endpoint

The arrows indicate the request-response type of exchange pattern.

Configuring the HTTP Endpoint

The arrow indicates the one-way type of exchange pattern.

Getting ready

We have to use two components: the HTTP Endpoint and the Java component.

  1. Open Mule Studio and enter ...

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