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How to share HTTP ports between Mule applications

// Magnus Larsson

Mule 3 introduced an application-level component model allowing for fine grained deployment of Mule applications. One disadvantage with this model is it that HTTP services packaged in different applications can’t share HTTP ports. This leads in many cases to Mule instances that use several HTTP ports. This is not preferable, for example, from a network security point of view since it force firewalls to accept traffic through a number of HTTP ports.

In Mule 3.5.0 this problem can be resolved using shared resources. In this blog we will show you how to develop two Mule applications each exposing HTTP services that share a common HTTP port.