Hundreds of prebuilt assets
Quickly connect to applications, databases, and systems of record with prebuilt connectors for critical enterprise applications, databases, protocols, and industry standards. Leverage integration patterns built on industry best practices and use templates and examples that can easily be configured, customized, and extended to meet your needs.
Build your own
Anypoint Connector DevKit, provides an intuitive IDE for building your own connector. DevKit provides real-time error highlighting, quick-fix recommendations, and code templates that demonstrate tooling features and development best practices. Use SOAP Connect within DevKit to quickly package WSDL files into a connector using wizards-based tooling. If you want to share your connector with MuleSoft’s community, submit your connector for certification.
A single connector encapsulates all operations for the system, eliminating the need to manage multiple connectors per system. To ease the configuration process, connectors have built-in support for auto-paging, batch, and DataSense. You can configure and enhance connection management by leveraging basic HTTP authentication and OAuth, or other authentication schemes.
Smart metadata mapping
Every connector can proactively infer the metadata for the system it connects to. With data type and data structure information captured, users can easily identify and transform data with DataWeave.
SOAP & REST APIs
By simply identifying the location of your WSDL or RAML file, the Web Service Consumer and HTTP Connector will automatically configure the operations and data schemas to establish the connection you need to consume the service. Used in conjunction with DataWeave, the connectors will acquire information about the expected format and structure of the input or output.
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