When we install an operating system like Windows in a VirtualBox VM, by default the network setting for the virtual box would be “NAT“. So, any web application or web URL which is in the VM to be accessed from the Host Machine, we need to change that setting to “Bridged Adapter“. Here is what … Continue reading How do access a web application on virtual box from the host machine?
I had this issue while running the MVC application developed on Spring Tool Suite and it says “Server Tomcat v8.5.5 Server at localhost was unable to start within 45 seconds. If the server requires more time, try increasing the timeout in the server editor.” I tried increasing the timeout to 240 seconds and it did not help. … Continue reading Tomcat Server not starting with in 45 seconds
When I was configuring Tomcat Server in SpringSource Tool Suite, I got the following error: The Apache Tomcat installation at this directory is version 8.5.5. A Tomcat 8.0 installation is expected. This is basically the problem with Tomcat it seems as per the forums and other resources. But you can fix the issue as … Continue reading The Apache Tomcat installation at this directory is version 8.5.5. A Tomcat 8.0 installation is expected.
Mule 3.8 supports only TLSv1.1 and TLSv1.2 by default due to vulnerability issues with TLSV1. So, by default only v1.1 and v1.2 TLS are enabled both at the Mule Runtime and the Anypoint Studio settings. This scenario is applicable when you have a https requestor in your flow and configure it to enable the TLSv1, as … Continue reading Resolve Error “Some selected protocols are invalid…”
You all must be knowing that Mule ESB 3.8 by default supports only TLSV1.1 and TLSV1.2. Some applications need to post to endpoints that are based on TLSV1.0 and in order for it to work in local while developing your application, you might have to enable TLSV1.0 in Anypoint Studio. Follow the steps to enable … Continue reading Enabling/Disabling TLS settings in MuleSoft’s Anypoint Studio