Your a fan of twitter and in your process you want to remove a user in a friends list? Well, with this connector, it's easy: provide the account information and the desired user name you want to unfollow.
Your a fan of twitter and in your process you want to test if 2 users are friends? Well this connector is done for you! Just need to provide the account information and the 2 user names you want to test.
You want to retrieve the users that wrote the tweets you found and multi instanciate a step of your process with these users. You have the solution here. This MultiInstanciator connector will return the list of users and the join number will be the number of users in this list.
If you need to upload an image into your Picasa web album, this connector is done for you.
You need to add next google dependency jar files in order to execute this connector:
You can find these jar files in the gdata distribution: http://code.google.com/p/gdata-java-client/downloads/list
This connector allows you to get properties from a file that is in your classpath. This connector is very usefull if you want to store a configuration for your process. In this case, you just have to put the configuration in a properties file and get values when you instanciate your process via this connector.
You will find this connector in the java category.
To get a specific properties, just edit the ouput groovy script of your connector and use the method getProperty(String). Example: properties.getProperty "myProperty"
This Connector allows you to leverage the Mule ESB, allowing you to use ALL the transports available in Mule. Furthermore, with the new mule-transport-bonita (which is Mule's equivalent to THIS connector) you can even start processes or execute tasks once events in Mule are received. So for example, you can kick off a new Process once an email is received in a specific mailbox, or possibly get a JMS message, or any event from the 40+ transports that are available in mule.