When synchronizing data between two systems, occasionally, data for a child object arrives at the target system slightly before the parent object creating a referential integrity error. Ideally, the child object should be resent to the target after the parent object arrives. The community at MuleLearning has developed a delayed reprocessing algorithm using queues and a scheduler. Developers must take special care with the queues' configuration to successfully reprocess errant messages on a time delay. In this session, Tim will build the error reprocessing solution from scratch so that all meetup participants can walk away with a working delayed reprocessing solution.
Developer Advocate, MuleSoft
Tim has 25 years of technical experience, most recently focusing on architecture and teaching. He spent 3. years as an instructor for MuleSoft and now operates MuleLearning, a training company that teaches IT professionals how to take advantage of the high demand for MuleSoft skills. Tim presently teaches MuleSoft while working on delivery of API solutions for clients.