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  • Mule vs. SWF?

    Hello,

    I am architecturing a workflow following a requirements for my project. I know that SWF and Seam are pretty similar, but can I do any technical relation between Mule and SWF, when workflow is the concerning? What I meant is if I could replace SWF with Mule, or they complement each other in some way? I've read the ESB concepts, but it's not clear yet if I need this right now for the workflow process or I would be better only using SWF, since I don't have the SOA requirement.

    Thanks in advance.

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    SWF is the controller framework for MVC based applications where as Mule is an object broker and ESB integration platform.

    If your application is mainly web based i think you should consider using SWF. On other hand if you want to interact with varous transport providers then Mule is your best choice.

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    • #3
      I know that SWF and Seam are pretty similar
      Well, no, SWF focuses on page flow management/definition while Seam is a full-stack application framework for JEE5 which includes this and many other features.

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      • #4
        Thanks Bharani. Manuel, I should be more specific. I know that SWF is pretty similar to Jbpm, which makes part of Seam.

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        • #5
          Spring Vs Mule

          Hi DistillingSpring,

          In your case, do you use Spring as the application container or Mule?

          thanks

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