java.lang.IllegalStateException: There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3,

MuleSoft JIRA | Roko Kruze | 6 years ago
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    When I execute the dynamic endpoint in the attached config I get the following exception: ERROR 2010-10-08 10:07:41,497 [[mule-sap-test].connector.VM.0.receiver.6] org.mule.exception.DefaultServiceExceptionStrategy: ******************************************************************************** Message : There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3, (java.lang.IllegalStateException) Code : MULE_ERROR--2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exception stack is: 1. There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3, (java.lang.IllegalStateException) org.mule.transport.service.TransportFactory:179 (null) 2. There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3, (java.lang.IllegalStateException) (org.mule.transport.service.TransportFactoryException) org.mule.endpoint.AbstractEndpointBuilder:595 (http://www.mulesoft.org/docs/site/current3/apidocs/org/mule/transport/service/TransportFactoryException.html) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Root Exception stack trace: java.lang.IllegalStateException: There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3, at org.mule.transport.service.TransportFactory.getConnectorByProtocol(TransportFactory.java:179) at org.mule.endpoint.AbstractEndpointBuilder.getConnector(AbstractEndpointBuilder.java:585) at org.mule.endpoint.AbstractEndpointBuilder.getDefaultConnector(AbstractEndpointBuilder.java:412) + 3 more (set debug level logging or '-Dmule.verbose.exceptions=true' for everything) ********************************************************************************

    MuleSoft JIRA | 6 years ago | Roko Kruze
    java.lang.IllegalStateException: There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3,
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    When I execute the dynamic endpoint in the attached config I get the following exception: ERROR 2010-10-08 10:07:41,497 [[mule-sap-test].connector.VM.0.receiver.6] org.mule.exception.DefaultServiceExceptionStrategy: ******************************************************************************** Message : There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3, (java.lang.IllegalStateException) Code : MULE_ERROR--2 -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Exception stack is: 1. There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3, (java.lang.IllegalStateException) org.mule.transport.service.TransportFactory:179 (null) 2. There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3, (java.lang.IllegalStateException) (org.mule.transport.service.TransportFactoryException) org.mule.endpoint.AbstractEndpointBuilder:595 (http://www.mulesoft.org/docs/site/current3/apidocs/org/mule/transport/service/TransportFactoryException.html) -------------------------------------------------------------------------------- Root Exception stack trace: java.lang.IllegalStateException: There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3, at org.mule.transport.service.TransportFactory.getConnectorByProtocol(TransportFactory.java:179) at org.mule.endpoint.AbstractEndpointBuilder.getConnector(AbstractEndpointBuilder.java:585) at org.mule.endpoint.AbstractEndpointBuilder.getDefaultConnector(AbstractEndpointBuilder.java:412) + 3 more (set debug level logging or '-Dmule.verbose.exceptions=true' for everything) ********************************************************************************

    MuleSoft JIRA | 6 years ago | Roko Kruze
    java.lang.IllegalStateException: There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3,
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    Error gotten when deploying an app with 2 Twitters and HTTP endpoints - 2 connectors matching protocol "http"

    GitHub | 5 years ago | ealdinio
    org.mule.module.launcher.DeploymentInitException: IllegalStateException: There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "http", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "http" are: TwitterIBean.http, connector.http.mule.default,
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    Error gotten when deploying an app with 2 Twitters and HTTP endpoints - 2 connectors matching protocol "http"

    GitHub | 5 years ago | ealdinio
    org.mule.api.lifecycle.InitialisationException: Error creating bean with name 'Public Timeline': Cannot create inner bean '(inner bean)' of type [org.mule.config.spring.factories.InboundEndpointFactoryBean] while setting bean property 'messageSource'; nested exception is org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanCreationException: Error creating bean with name '(inner bean)': FactoryBean threw exception on object creation; nested exception is org.mule.transport.service.TransportFactoryException: There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "http", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "http" are: TwitterIBean.http, connector.http.mule.default, (java.lang.IllegalStateException)
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    Error gotten when deploying an app with 2 Twitters and HTTP endpoints - 2 connectors matching protocol "http"

    GitHub | 5 years ago | ealdinio
    java.lang.IllegalStateException: There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "http", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "http" are: TwitterIBean.http, connector.http.mule.default,

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    Root Cause Analysis

    1. java.lang.IllegalStateException

      There are at least 2 connectors matching protocol "https", so the connector to use must be specified on the endpoint using the 'connector' property/attribute. Connectors in your configuration that support "https" are: https1, https2, https3,

      at org.mule.transport.service.TransportFactory.getConnectorByProtocol()
    2. Mule Core
      AbstractEndpointBuilder.getDefaultConnector
      1. org.mule.transport.service.TransportFactory.getConnectorByProtocol(TransportFactory.java:179)
      2. org.mule.endpoint.AbstractEndpointBuilder.getConnector(AbstractEndpointBuilder.java:585)
      3. org.mule.endpoint.AbstractEndpointBuilder.getDefaultConnector(AbstractEndpointBuilder.java:412)
      3 frames