Configuring Mule Stacktraces
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By default Mule will filter out some internal class references from stacktraces to produce a more readable output. This behavior can be controlled one of three ways:
setting properties in Mule Studio
Two command-line properties enable you to control this behavior using
mule.stacktrace.full- when present, Mule will not filter stacktraces. Intended for Mule developers only, end user would probably never need to enable this.
mule.stacktrace.filter- a comma-separated list of packages and/or classes to remove from the stacktraces (matched via
In Studio, you can set the same properties specified above to instruct Mule to provide either unfiltered stacktraces or to configure a particular filter of packages or classes that should be removed. To adjust these settings, open your mule-project.xml file and define environment variables to specify the behavior you want. In the example below, the mule.stacktrace.full* property is set to *true.