MuleSoft Composer: Getting Started

Check that you meet the listed requirements before you set up Composer. Then you can set up and begin using Composer.

Requirements and Restrictions

  • The maximum number of concurrent users supported by an organization is 25.

  • You must purchase a MuleSoft Composer license, which is sold separately from the Anypoint Platform license.

  • If your company network has a stringent firewall or list of blocked IP addresses, your network administrator must add *.mulesoft.com to the list of allowed addresses.

    IP addresses used by Composer are dynamic; therefore, MuleSoft can’t provide a list of IP addresses.

  • You must relax any IP restrictions for the connections that you create to data sources and data targets as detailed in the Composer setup instructions.

  • Composer does not currently support mobile platforms.

Browser requirements:

  • Don’t use incognito mode or private browsers to access Composer.

  • If you use Firefox or Chrome, allow third-party cookies.

  • When you connect to another system, follow the requirements and restrictions applicable to that connection.

  • Composer fields with date values use the format YYYY-MM-DDThh:mmZ.

Set Up Composer

After you purchase MuleSoft Composer, it automatically creates a MuleSoft Composer org for you and sends a welcome email so that you can access MuleSoft Composer for the first time.

After you successfully connect, you then invite users to access that MuleSoft Composer org.

Access MuleSoft Composer as for the First Time:

As your organization’s primary administrator, follow these steps to initiate your MuleSoft Composer org:

  1. Log in to your email account, find the welcome email from MuleSoft Composer, and then click Accept invitation.

  2. In the Create account form, complete the required fields, including a password of at least eight characters that contains at least one uppercase letter, one lowercase letter, and one number.

  3. Click Create account.

  4. Log in to MuleSoft Composer using the username and password you just created.

  5. In Register a Verification Method, select a verification method, follow the steps to set up your multi-factor authentication, and then click Connect.
    The MuleSoft Composer overview page appears.

Invite Users to Access MuleSoft Composer

After you access your MuleSoft Composer org using administrator credentials, you then invite your organization’s users to your new MuleSoft Composer account:

  1. In the MuleSoft Composer sidebar, click Settings and then click Users.

  2. On the Users page, click Add Users.

  3. In the Invite New Users window, enter the email addresses of the users you want to invite, separating the names by using commas.

  4. Select the permissions that you want to apply to that group of users and then click Invite.

    The following permissions are available: * Builder: Enables all users in the group to create and manage flows. * Administrator: Enables all users in the group to invite and manage users in addition to creating and managing flows.

    + The invited users receive the MuleSoft Composer welcome email.

Monitor Pending Unaccepted Invitations

After inviting users, you can monitor each pending invitation that has not yet been accepted.

To monitor a pending invitation:

  1. In the MuleSoft Composer sidebar, click Settings and then click Users.

  2. On the Users page, elect the Pending Invitations tab.
    Information about the users' invitations appear. In the menu:

    1. Click the options icon to the right of the user invitation that you want to monitor.

    2. If the invitation to that user is older than 14 days and is about to expire, if you want to resend it, click Resend Invite.

    3. If you want to revoke the invitation to that user, click Revoke Invite.

Admin: Manage Users

As administrator, you are responsible for managing your MuleSoft Composer users to meet your organization’s business needs. The following user management tasks are available:

  • Change user roles

  • Reset user passwords

  • Reset user multi-factor authentication (MFA) methods

  • Delete users

Change User Roles

To change a user’s role:

  1. In the MuleSoft Composer sidebar, click Settings and then click Users.

  2. On the Users page, next to the user’s email address, click the options icon and then click Manage.
    The user’s page appears.

  3. Select the Permissions tab.

  4. Select the permission setting for the user and then click Save.

Reset User Passwords

To reset a user’s password:

  1. In the MuleSoft Composer sidebar, click Settings and then click Users.

  2. On the Users page, next to the user’s email address, click the options icon, and then click Reset Password.
    An email is sent to the user with instructions for resetting their MuleSoft Composer MFA settings.

Reset User Multi-factor Authentication (MFA) Methods

To reset a user’s MFA method:

  1. In the MuleSoft Composer sidebar, click Settings and then click Users.

  2. On the Users page, next to the user’s email address, click the options icon, and then click Reset Multi-factor Auth.
    An email is sent to the user with instructions for resetting their MuleSoft Composer password.

Delete Users

To delete a user:

  1. In the MuleSoft Composer sidebar, click Settings and then click Users.

  2. On the Users page, next to the user’s email address, click the options icon, and then click Delete.
    A message appears, warning you that deleting a user cannot be undone.

  3. Click Delete.

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