Unfortunately, splitting the files up like this can easily cause a lot of duplication, especially of IP addresses and ports.
New to working with Mule Soft, and I am getting an error "There are some error in the current classpath" when adding in a Transform Message into the Message Flow.
The variable bits are clearly visible: the base path, host, and port can vary for each environment where this connector gets deployed in.
Make sure you are familiar with the exercise of building and deploying Mule applications as discussed in this section before reading on.
I add a configuration section that specifies that the "org.launching. USER_LIBRARY/TOMCAT_6.0.14_LIBRARY" classpath containers will be added to the classpath when eclipse:eclipse is executed.
This post is designed to inform the reader as to how to incorporate Java .properties files into the XML.
If you’re deploying multiple applications through a Shared Resources structure, then you shouldn’t set anything in the properties files, as there might potentially be conflicts between the various apps that share a domain.
Instead, you can set environment variables over the scope of the deployed app, its domain and other apps under that domain.
The class path is the path that the Java runtime environment searches for classes and other resource files.
The class search path (more commonly known by the shorter name, "class path") can be set using either the command-line option overrides that default, so if you want to include the current directory in the search path, you must include "." in the new settings.