Create Placeholders for Spring Configurations
The Spring module in a Mule app can use any sort of Spring configurations. You can define the Spring property placeholders in a
.properties file (for example,
spring-properties.properties) that are fully interoperable with the Spring module.
The properties in the file takes this form:
In Anypoint Studio, you must store the file in the project directory for your Mule app:
You can add the
.properties file to your Mule app through the Global Element called Configuration Properties. The XML for this element looks like this:
<configuration-properties file="spring-properties.properties" doc:name="Spring Property Placeholders" doc:id="07ee5c11-bc54-4d55-91b8-ce02f743cb7a" />
Note that you cannot use a YAML file to create Spring property placeholders, as you can for non-Spring modules.