Thursday 14 March 2024

how to export the Mule project jar filein MuleSoft 121

 how to export the Mule project (*.jar filein MuleSoft

Here's how to export a Mule project as a deployable JAR file in MuleSoft 4:

Method 1: Using Anypoint Studio

  1. Open your Mule project in Anypoint Studio.

  2. Click on the "File" menu and select "Export."

  3. In the "Export" window, expand the "Mule" folder and choose "Anypoint Studio Project to Mule Deployable Archive".

  4. Click "Next" and browse to the desired location where you want to save the JAR file.

  5. Optionally, select the checkbox next to "Attach Project Sources" if you want to include the project's source code within the JAR file. This might be useful for re-importing the project into Anypoint Studio at a later stage.

  6. Click "Finish" to export the project as a JAR file.

Method 2: Using Command Line (Mule DX)

  1. Open a terminal window and navigate to the directory containing your Mule project.

  2. Ensure you have the Mule DX extension installed for Visual Studio Code. You can download it from the VS Code marketplace.

  3. Run the following command:


mule dx:export project -o <output_file.jar>

  • Replace <output_file.jar> with the desired filename for your JAR file.

Additional Notes:

  • The exported JAR file contains all the necessary libraries, configurations, and code required to run your Mule application in a Mule runtime environment.

  • You can deploy this JAR file to CloudHub or any other compatible Mule runtime platform.

  • Security best practices dictate avoiding sensitive information like passwords directly in the project configuration. Consider using Secure Properties or environment variables for such cases.

Here are some helpful resources for further reference:

By following these steps, you can effectively export your MuleSoft 4 project as a JAR file, enabling deployment and execution within your desired Mule runtime environment.

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