Configuring Mule as a Windows NT Service

In Mule 3.8.0, the Tanuki wrapper was upgraded to a newer version, implying a change to the certificate by which the wrapper is signed. See Mule 3.8.0 release notes concerning Tanuki Wrapper upgrade for details on resolving compatibility issues.

If you want to install Mule as a Windows NT Service, type

mule install

Likewise, to remove Mule from your services, type:

mule remove

Once you have installed Mule as a service, you can invoke the service exactly as you did before, but with an additional parameter:

mule [start|stop|restart]

You can also use the Windows net utility:

net [start|stop] mule