Passing Additional Arguments to the JVM to Control Mule
The Wrapper provides several properties you can set as described in the article on http://wrapper.tanukisoftware.org/doc/english/properties.html[Java Service Wrappers].
If you want to pass additional arguments to the JVM that will run Mule, you can add
wrapper.java.additional.n entries to the
wrapper.conf file in the
/conf directory under the Mule installation directory, or you can pass the arguments at the command line by adding the
For example, to set Mule’s encoding, you could add
wrapper.java.additional.1=-Dmule.encoding=ISO-8859-1 to the Wrapper configuration file, or you could add
-M-Dmule.encoding=ISO-8859-1 to the Mule script at the command line. Note that if you add
wrapper.java.additional.n entries to the configuration file, you must change each instance of
n to a consecutive number, or Java does not parse the properties correctly.