Properties Configuration Reference
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This page provides detailed reference information for property elements in Mule.
A global property is a named string. It can be inserted in most attribute values using standard (ant-style) Spring placeholders.
The name of the property. This is used inside Spring placeholders.
The value of the property. This replaces each occurrence of a Spring placeholder.
No child elements for global-property.
Sets a Mule property. This is a name/value pair that can be set on components, services, etc., and which provide a generic way of configuring the system. Typically, you shouldn’t need to use a generic property like this, since almost all functionality is exposed via dedicated elements. However, it can be useful in configuring obscure or overlooked options and in configuring transports from the generic endpoint elements.