Install an Enterprise License
Standard Support for Mule 4.2 ended on May 2, 2021, and this version of Mule will reach its End of Life on May 2, 2023, when Extended Support ends.
Deployments of new applications to CloudHub that use this version of Mule are no longer allowed. Only in-place updates to applications are permitted.
MuleSoft recommends that you upgrade to the latest version of Mule 4 that is in Standard Support so that your applications run with the latest fixes and security enhancements.
MuleSoft makes available a trial version of the Enterprise Edition of Mule runtime engine (Mule) for the purpose of evaluation. Though perfect for exploring Mule and Anypoint Studio, the trial license for Enterprise limits usage of Mule and is not appropriate for production uses.
Complete the following steps to acquire and install a non-trial Enterprise license before you use Mule runtime in a production environment.
Contact your MuleSoft account representative or the MuleSoft sales team to acquire an Enterprise license in the form of a
Before installing, it’s recommended to remove the previous license from your
Delete the existing
If you are installing your license on multiple platforms, back up your new
license.licfile in another location before proceeding.
Make sure that the Mule Server is stopped (not running) and then open the terminal or command line on your system.
On Mac/Unix/Linux, from the
$MULE_HOME/bindirectory, run the following command:
mule -installLicense ~/license.lic
On Windows, first copy the
license.licfile into the
\binfolder, then execute the following in the command line:
mule -installLicense license.lic
$MULE_HOME/confdirectory, Mule saves a new file called
muleLicenseKey.lic. This shows that the license has been installed.
Start your Mule Server again, by the usual means.
Make sure that the Mule Server is stopped and then open the terminal or command line on your system.
To verify that Mule successfully installed your Enterprise license, run the following command:
To uninstall a previously installed license, run the following command:
Sometimes the license installation fails and it might be necessary to manually delete
Log in to the Support portal using your login information. If you do not have credentials to log in, please contact your Customer Success Manager.
Click on the Support tab located on the navigation menu of the Mulesoft Help Center home page.
Click on the Subscriptions tab located halfway through the page.
Click on the Subscription Name of the subscription you would like a license key for. Please note that you must click on the Subscription Name (second column on the right) or you will not be forwarded to the correct page.
Click on the License ID number located at the end of the page on the right.
Click on the License Key file located in the Notes & Attachments section at the beginning of the page on the right to download your license key.
Though not recommended for production environments, you have the option of installing an Enterprise license on the Mule that comes bundled with Studio.
Download and install Mule Enterprise Edition.
Contact your account representative or the MuleSoft sales team to acquire an Enterprise Edition license in the form of a
Complete the steps outlined above to install the new license on the Mule Enterprise Edition from the first step.
$MULE_HOME/confdirectory, copy the new license file that Mule stored:
muleLicenseKey.licfile into the classpath of your embedded application in Mule bundled with Studio.
To use the SAP Connector or other premium connectors, you must first acquire, then install a product license. Contact your account representative or the MuleSoft sales team to acquire a license for one of the above products.