Mulesoft Java Connector Invoke Static Example


Mulesoft Java Connector Invoke Static Example


To invoke a static Java method using the MuleSoft Java Connector, you can create a custom Java class with the desired static method and then call that method from a MuleSoft flow using the Java Connector. Here’s a step-by-step example:

Step 1: Create a Java Class with a Static Method

Create a Java class with a static method you want to invoke. Let’s say you want to create a simple utility class with a static method that calculates the square of a number. Here’s an example:

package com.example; public class MathUtils { public static int square(int number) { return number * number; } }

Step 2: Create a MuleSoft Project

In Anypoint Studio, create a new Mule project or open an existing one.

Step 3: Add Java Class to Your Project

Add the Java class you created in Step 1 to your Mule project. Place it in the appropriate package within your project’s src/main/java directory.

Step 4: Configure the Java Connector

In your Mule project’s XML configuration file (usually mule-config.xml), configure the Java Connector to use your custom Java class with the static method. Here’s an example:

<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?> <mule xmlns="" xmlns:java="" xmlns:spring="" xmlns:xsi="" xsi:schemaLocation=""> <!-- Configure the Java Connector to use your custom Java class --> <java:config name="Java_Config" doc:name="Java" class="com.example.MathUtils"/> <!-- Define your Mule flow --> <flow name="invokeStaticMethodFlow"> <!-- Invoke the static 'square' method from the Java class --> <java:invoke-static config-ref="Java_Config" method="square" doc:name="Invoke Static" > <java:args> <java:arg value="5" /> </java:args> </java:invoke-static> <!-- Log the result --> <logger message="Result: #[payload]" level="INFO" doc:name="Logger"/> </flow> </mule>

In the above configuration, we configure the Java Connector to use the com.example.MathUtils class, which contains a static square method. Then, in the invokeStaticMethodFlow, we invoke the static square method and log the result.

Step 5: Run the Mule Application

Save your Mule configuration and run the Mule application in Anypoint Studio. You should see the result of invoking the static Java method in the log.

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