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Example: Migrating an APIkit-based Application

This example covers the necessary steps for successfully migrate an APIkit-based application from Mule 3 to Mule 4. The following REST API performs CRUD (create, read, update and delete) operations over a MySQL database.

api-main in Studio 6
api-console in Studio 6
get:/product:api-config flow in Studio 6
get:/product/{id}:api-config flow in Studio 6
post:/product:application/json:api-config flow in Studio 6
delete:/product/{id}:api-config flow in Studio 6
put:/product/{id}:application/json:api-config flow in Studio 6
api-apiKitGlobalExceptionMapping flow in Studio 6

Migrating Property Placeholders

Mule 4 supports property placeholders either as .yaml or .properties configuration files.

  1. Create a folder with the name config under /src/main/resources project directory.

  2. Create a configuration file with the name configuration.yaml inside the newly created config folder.

  3. Migrate property placeholders from .properties to .yaml format.

    configuration.properties
    http.host=0.0.0.0
    http.port=8081
    
    mysql.password=pa$$w0rd
    mysql.port=3306
    mysql.user=admin
    mysql.database=products
    mysql.host=corp.services.com
    
    autodiscovery.api.version=1.0.0:1762946
    autodiscovery.api.name=groupId:com.mulesoft.retailer.manufacturingit.apis:assetId:product-api-database
    
    anypoint.platform.client_id=1f702j71hu9z2x88v9vd19v7h248s589
    anypoint.platform.client_secret=87v8V47668701Dd574B0531255d6287d
    configuration.yaml
    http:
      host: "0.0.0.0"
      port: "8081"
    
    mysql:
      password: "pa$$w0rd"
      port: "3306"
      user: "admin"
      database: "products"
      host: "corp.services.com"
    
    autodiscovery:
      api:
        name: "groupId:com.mulesoft.retailer.manufacturingit.apis:assetId:product-api-database"
        version: "1.0.0:1762946"
    
    anypoint:
      platform:
        client_id: "1f702j71hu9z2x88v9vd19v7h248s589"
        client_secret: "87v8V47668701Dd574B0531255d6287d"
  4. Replace the standard Spring element <context:property-placeholder> with the new Global Element configuration-properties.

    Configuration XML for Property Placeholders in Studio 6.
    
                
             
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    <context:property-placeholder location="configuration.properties" />

    The file attribute points to the new configuration file in YAML format located under /src/main/resources/config folder.

    Configuration XML for Property Placeholders in Studio 7.
    
                
             
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    <configuration-properties file="config/configuration.yaml" doc:name="Configuration properties" />

Migrating Global HTTP Listener Configuration

Configuration XML for Global HTTP Listener Configuration in Studio 6.

         
      
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<http:listener-config name="HTTP_Listener_Configuration" host="${http.host}" port="${http.port}" doc:name="HTTP Listener Configuration"/>

The minimal configuration requires specifying host and port in the inner http:listener-connection element. We use the placeholders defined in the previous step.

Configuration XML for Global HTTP Listener Configuration in Studio 7.

         
      
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<http:listener-config name="httpListenerConfig">
  <http:listener-connection host="${http.host}" port="${http.port}" />
</http:listener-config>

Migrating MySQL Global Configuration

The database connector facilitates setting up Derby, MySQL and Oracle databases for use in a Mule app.

  1. In the Mule Palette, click Add Module and select Database Connector among the available modules.

  2. Add a Database Config Global Configuration Element.

  3. In Database Config > Connection, select MySQL Connection.

  4. In MySQL JDBC Driver, click Add Dependency and configure the Maven information for the driver.

    <dependency>
      <groupId>mysql</groupId>
      <artifactId>mysql-connector-java</artifactId>
      <version>5.1.6</version>
    </dependency>
  5. Complete MySQL Global Configuration with host, port, user, password and database using previously defined placeholders.

    Configuration XML for MySQL Global Configuration in Studio 6.
    
                
             
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    <db:mysql-config name="MySQL_Configuration" host="${mysql.host}" port="${mysql.port}" user="${mysql.user}" password="${mysql.password}" database="${mysql.database}" doc:name="MySQL Configuration" />
    Configuration XML for MySQL Global Configuration in Studio 7.
    
                
             
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    <db:config name="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Database Config">
      <db:my-sql-connection host="${mysql.host}" port="${mysql.port}" user="${mysql.user}" password="${mysql.password}" database="${mysql.database}" />
    </db:config>

Migrating API Auto-Discovery Configuration

The api-platform-gw global element is required for registering an API in Anypoint Platform.

Configuration XML for API Auto-Discovery Configuration in Studio 6.

         
      
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<api-platform-gw:api apiName="${autodiscovery.api.name}" version="${autodiscovery.api.version}" flowRef="api-main" create="true" doc:name="API Autodiscovery"/>

In Mule Runtime 4.x, the apiName, version, and create attributes were removed. Just the apiId and flowRef attributes are required. apiId is generated by API Manager and visible on the API instance dashboard.

For API Auto-Discovery Configuration in Mule Runtime 4.x:

  1. Add the following Namespace, Schema global.xml Configuration file.

    xmlns:api-gateway="http://www.mulesoft.org/schema/mule/api-gateway"
    http://www.mulesoft.org/schema/mule/api-gateway http://www.mulesoft.org/schema/mule/api-gateway/current/mule-api-gateway.xsd
  2. Add the required Auto-Discovery Dependency Information to project pom.xml file.

    <dependency>
      <groupId>com.mulesoft.anypoint</groupId>
      <artifactId>mule-module-autodiscovery</artifactId>
      <version>4.0.0</version>
    </dependency>
    Configuration XML for API Auto-Discovery Configuration in Studio 7.
    
                
             
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    <api-gateway:autodiscovery apiId="${autodiscovery.api.id}" flowRef="api-product-main" doc:name="API Autodiscovery"/>

Migrating Global Validation Configuration

Configuration XML for Global Validation Configuration in Studio 6.

         
      
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<validation:config name="Validation_Configuration" doc:name="Validation Configuration"/>

Opposite to Mule Runtime 3.x, adding the Validation Module to the Mule Palette is required to proceed with the configuration.

  1. In the Mule Palette, click Add Module and select Validation Module among the available modules.

  2. Add a Validation Config Global Configuration Element.

Configuration XML for Global Validation Configuration in Studio 7.

         
      
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<validation:config name="Validation_Config" doc:name="Validation Config" />

Migrating get-products-flow

get-products-flow returns products from the database filtering by Product Category and/or Product Name also supporting paginated queries with offset and maxResults parameters.

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Figure 1. get-products-flow in Studio 6
Configuration XML for get-products-flow in Studio 6.

         
      
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<flow name="get-products-flow">
  <message-properties-transformer doc:name="Get Query Params" scope="invocation">
    <add-message-property key="queryOffset" value="#[Integer.valueOf(message.inboundProperties.'http.query.params'.offset)]" />
    <add-message-property key="queryLimit" value="#[Integer.valueOf(message.inboundProperties.'http.query.params'.maxResults)]" />
    <add-message-property key="queryName" value="#[ (message.inboundProperties.'http.query.params'.name != null) ? ('%'+message.inboundProperties.'http.query.params'.name+'%') : '%%']" />
    <add-message-property key="queryCategory" value="#[ (message.inboundProperties.'http.query.params'.category != null) ? ('%'+message.inboundProperties.'http.query.params'.category+'%') : '%%']" />
  </message-properties-transformer>
  <db:select config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Query Products">
    <db:parameterized-query><![CDATA[SELECT  p.id, p.name, p.description, p.product_number, p.manufactured, p.colors, p.categories, p.stock, p.safety_stock_level, p.standard_cost, p.list_price, p.size, p.size_unit_measure_code, p.weight, p.weight_unit_measure_code, p.days_to_manufacture, p.images,  p.modified_date, p.created_date
FROM product p
WHERE LOWER(p.name) like #[flowVars.queryName.toLowerCase()] AND LOWER(p.categories) like #[flowVars.queryCategory.toLowerCase()]
LIMIT #[flowVars.queryLimit]
OFFSET #[flowVars.queryOffset]]]>
    </db:parameterized-query>
  </db:select>
  <dw:transform-message doc:name="Products to JSON">
    <dw:set-payload resource="classpath:mappings/get-products-response.dwl"/>
  </dw:transform-message>
</flow>
  1. There are no changes regarding get-products-flow definition.

    
                
             
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    <flow name="get-products-flow">
  2. Create a package with the name variables under src/main/resources folder.

  3. Create the file set-queryCategory-variable.dwl under src/main/resources/variables folder and write a DW script for setting queryCategory flow variable.

    %dw 2.0
    output application/java
    var queryCategory = attributes.queryParams.category
    ---
    if (queryCategory != null)
    	queryCategory
    else
    	'%%'
  4. Create the file set-queryLimit-variable.dwl under src/main/resources/variables folder and write a DW script for setting queryLimit flow variable.

    %dw 2.0
    output application/java
    ---
    attributes.queryParams.maxResults as Number
  5. Create the file set-queryName-variable.dwl under src/main/resources/variables folder and write a DW script for setting queryName flow variable.

    %dw 2.0
    output application/java
    var queryName = attributes.queryParams.name
    ---
    if (queryName != null)
    	queryName
    else
    	'%%'
  6. Create the file set-queryOffset-variable.dwl under src/main/resources/variables folder and write a DW script for setting queryOffset flow variable.

    %dw 2.0
    output application/java
    ---
    attributes.queryParams.offset as Number
  7. Add a Transform component to replace the logic inside message-properties-transformer and set the variables queryOffset, queryLimit, queryName and queryCategory referencing to its DW script.

    
                
             
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    <flow name="get-products-flow">
      <ee:transform doc:name="Get Query Params" doc:id="ab756164-e1df-4fc5-8fbe-8f4f8cafc2f6">
        <ee:message />
        <ee:variables>
         <ee:set-variable variableName="queryOffset" resource="variables/set-queryOffset-variable.dwl" />
         <ee:set-variable variableName="queryLimit" resource="variables/set-queryLimit-variable.dwl" />
         <ee:set-variable variableName="queryName" resource="variables/set-queryName-variable.dwl" />
         <ee:set-variable variableName="queryCategory" resource="variables/set-queryCategory-variable.dwl" />
       </ee:variables>
     </ee:transform>
    </flow>
  8. Add a db:select element, referencing the MySQL Global Configuration. Use the colon (:) syntax in parametrized queries. Parameters must be supplied as key-value pairs into the db:input-parameters element.

    
                
             
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    <db:select config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Query Products">
      <db:sql >SELECT  p.id, p.name, p.description, p.product_number, p.manufactured, p.colors, p.categories, p.stock, p.safety_stock_level, p.standard_cost, p.list_price, p.size, p.size_unit_measure_code, p.weight, p.weight_unit_measure_code, p.days_to_manufacture, p.images,  p.modified_date, p.created_date
    FROM product p
    WHERE LOWER(p.name) like :name AND LOWER(p.categories) like :category
    LIMIT :limit
    OFFSET :offset</db:sql>
      <db:input-parameters ><![CDATA[#[{'name' : lower(vars.queryName), 'category': lower(vars.queryCategory), 'limit': vars.queryLimit, 'offset': vars.queryOffset}]]]></db:input-parameters>
    </db:select>
  9. Create a package with the name mappings under src/main/resources folder.

  10. Create the file get-products-response.dwl under src/main/resources/mappings folder.

  11. Migrate get-products-response.dwl DW 1.0 script to DW 2.0.

    Transformation for get-products-response in DW 1.0.
    %dw 1.0
    %output application/json
    ---
    payload map {
    	id: $.id,
    	categories: ($.categories default "") splitBy ",",
    	colors: ($.colors default "") splitBy ",",
    	images: ($.images default "") splitBy ",",
    	createdDate: $.created_date as :string {format: "yyyy-MM-dd"},
    	modifiedDate: $.modified_date as :string {format: "yyyy-MM-dd"},
    	safetyStockLevel: $.safety_stock_level as :number,
    	stock: $.stock as :number,
    	daysToManufacture: $.days_to_manufacture,
    	name: $.name,
    	description: $.description,
    	listPrice: $.list_price,
    	manufactured: $.manufactured,
    	productNumber: $.product_number,
    	size: $.size,
    	sizeUnitMeasureCode: $.size_unit_measure_code,
    	standardCost: $.standard_cost,
    	weightUnitMeasureCode: $.weight_unit_measure_code,
    	weight: $.weight
    }
    Transformation for get-products-response in DW 2.0.
    %dw 2.0
    output application/json
    ---
    payload map {
    	id: $.id,
    	categories: ($.categories default "") splitBy ",",
    	colors: ($.colors default "") splitBy ",",
    	images: ($.images default "") splitBy ",",
    	createdDate: $.created_date as String {format: "yyyy-MM-dd"},
    	modifiedDate: $.modified_date as String {format: "yyyy-MM-dd"},
    	safetyStockLevel: $.safety_stock_level as Number,
    	stock: $.stock as Number,
    	daysToManufacture: $.days_to_manufacture,
    	name: $.name,
    	description: $.description,
    	listPrice: $.list_price,
    	manufactured: $.manufactured,
    	productNumber: $.product_number,
    	size: $.size,
    	sizeUnitMeasureCode: $.size_unit_measure_code,
    	standardCost: $.standard_cost,
    	weightUnitMeasureCode: $.weight_unit_measure_code,
    	weight: $.weight
    }
  12. Finally, add a Transform component that sets the payload using the DW 2.0 transformation.

    
                
             
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    <flow name="get-products-flow">
            <!-- more logic here -->
            <ee:transform doc:name="Products to JSON">
                    <ee:message>
                            <ee:set-payload resource="mappings/get-products-response.dwl" />
                    </ee:message>
            </ee:transform>
    </flow>
Configuration XML for get-products-flow in Studio 7.

         
      
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<flow name="get-products-flow">
  <ee:transform doc:name="Get Query Params" doc:id="ab756164-e1df-4fc5-8fbe-8f4f8cafc2f6">
    <ee:message />
    <ee:variables>
      <ee:set-variable variableName="queryOffset" resource="variables/set-queryOffset-variable.dwl" />
      <ee:set-variable variableName="queryLimit" resource="variables/set-queryLimit-variable.dwl" />
      <ee:set-variable variableName="queryName" resource="variables/set-queryName-variable.dwl" />
      <ee:set-variable variableName="queryCategory" resource="variables/set-queryCategory-variable.dwl" />
    </ee:variables>
  </ee:transform>
  <db:select config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Query Products">
    <db:sql>SELECT p.id, p.name, p.description, p.product_number,
                                p.manufactured, p.colors, p.categories, p.stock,
                                p.safety_stock_level, p.standard_cost, p.list_price, p.size,
                                p.size_unit_measure_code, p.weight, p.weight_unit_measure_code,
                                p.days_to_manufacture, p.images, p.modified_date, p.created_date
                                FROM product p
                                WHERE LOWER(p.name) like :name AND LOWER(p.categories) like :category
                                LIMIT :limit
                                OFFSET :offset</db:sql>
    <db:input-parameters><![CDATA[#[{'name' : lower(vars.queryName), 'category': lower(vars.queryCategory), 'limit': vars.queryLimit, 'offset': vars.queryOffset}]]]></db:input-parameters>
  </db:select>
  <ee:transform doc:name="Products to JSON">
    <ee:message>
      <ee:set-payload resource="mappings/get-products-response.dwl" />
    </ee:message>
  </ee:transform>
</flow>
get-products-flow in Studio 7
Figure 2. get-products-flow in Studio 7

Migrating get-product-by-id-flow

get-product-by-id-flow returns a product from the database filtering by id. If there isn’t a product with the required id, an HTTP 404 Not Found error is returned.

get-product-by-id-flow in Studio 6
Figure 3. get-product-by-id-flow in Studio 6
Configuration XML for get-product-by-id-flow in Studio 6.

         
      
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<flow name="get-product-by-id-flow">
  <db:select config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Get by Id">
    <db:parameterized-query><![CDATA[SELECT p.id, p.name, p.description, p.product_number, p.manufactured, p.colors, p.categories, p.stock, p.safety_stock_level, p.standard_cost, p.list_price, p.size, p.size_unit_measure_code, p.weight, p.weight_unit_measure_code, p.days_to_manufacture, p.images,  p.modified_date, p.created_date FROM product p where p.id = #[id]]]></db:parameterized-query>
  </db:select>
  <validation:is-true config-ref="Validation_Configuration" doc:name="Is Not Empty" exceptionClass="org.mule.module.apikit.exception.NotFoundException" expression="#[payload.size() &gt; 0]"/>
  <dw:transform-message doc:name="Product to JSON">
    <dw:set-payload resource="classpath:mappings/get-product-by-id-response.dwl"/>
  </dw:transform-message>
</flow>
  1. There are no changes regarding get-product-by-id-flow definition.

    
                
             
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    <flow name="get-product-by-id-flow" />
  2. Create set-productId-variable.dwl under src/main/resources/variables folder. Add the following logic for getting the id from uriParams.

    %dw 2.0
    output application/java
    ---
    attributes.uriParams.id
  3. Add a Transform component that references the DW script that sets a variable with the productId value received as a URI parameter.

    
                
             
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    <flow name="get-product-by-id-flow">
      <ee:transform doc:name="Get Uri Params">
        <ee:message />
        <ee:variables>
          <ee:set-variable variableName="id" resource="variables/set-productId-variable.dwl" />
        </ee:variables>
      </ee:transform>
    </flow>
  4. Add a db:select element, referencing the MySQL Global Configuration. Use the colon (:) syntax in parametrized queries. Parameters must be supplied as key-value pairs into the db:input-parameters element.

    
                
             
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    <db:select config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Get by Id">
      <db:sql>SELECT p.id, p.name, p.description, p.product_number, p.manufactured, p.colors, p.categories, p.stock, p.safety_stock_level, p.standard_cost, p.list_price, p.size, p.size_unit_measure_code, p.weight, p.weight_unit_measure_code, p.days_to_manufacture, p.images,  p.modified_date, p.created_date
    FROM product p
    where p.id = :id</db:sql>
      <db:input-parameters><![CDATA[#[{'id' : vars.id}]]]></db:input-parameters>
    </db:select>
  5. Add a validation:is-true element after the db:select that checks if the query has returned results. If not, throw an APP:NOT_FOUND error. Notice that as MEL has been replaced by DataWeave as the default expression language, [payload.size() > 0] is rewritten as [sizeOf(payload) > 0].

    
                
             
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    <validation:is-true doc:name="Is Not Empty" config-ref="Validation_Config" expression="#[sizeOf(payload) &gt; 0]">
      <error-mapping sourceType="VALIDATION:INVALID_BOOLEAN" targetType="APP:NOT_FOUND" />
    </validation:is-true>
  6. Create get-product-by-id-response.dwl file under src/main/resources/mappings folder and migrate DataWeave script for building JSON response from 1.0 to 2.0.

    Transformation for get-product-by-id-response in DW 1.0.
    %dw 1.0
    %output application/json
    %var product = payload[0]
    ---
    {
    	id: product.id,
    	name: product.name,
    	description: product.description,
    	manufactured: product.manufactured,
    	productNumber: product.product_number,
    	colors: (product.colors default "") splitBy "," ,
    	categories:(product.categories default "") splitBy "," ,
    	safetyStockLevel: product.safety_socket_level,
    	standardCost: (product.standard_cost default "0.0") as :string {format: "##.##"} as :number,
    	listPrice: (product.list_price default "0.0") as :string {format: "##.##"} as :number,
    	stock: product.stock,
    	safetyStockLevel: product.safety_stock_level,
    	daysToManufacture: product.days_to_manufacture,
    	size: product.size,
    	sizeUnitMeasureCode: product.size_unit_measure_code,
    	weight: product.weight,
    	weightUnitMeasureCode: product.weight_unit_measure_code,
    	daysToManufacture: product.days_to_manufacture,
    	images: (product.images splitBy "," default null),
    	modifiedDate: (product.modified_date default "") as :date {format: "yyyy-MM-dd"},
    	createdDate: (product.created_date default "") as :date {format: "yyyy-MM-dd"}
    
    }
    Transformation for get-product-by-id-response.dwl in DW 2.0.
    %dw 2.0
    output application/json
    var product = payload[0]
    ---
    {
    	id: product.id,
    	name: product.name,
    	description: product.description,
    	manufactured: product.manufactured,
    	productNumber: product.product_number,
    	colors: (product.colors default "") splitBy "," ,
    	categories:(product.categories default "") splitBy "," ,
    	safetyStockLevel: product.safety_socket_level,
    	standardCost: (product.standard_cost default "0.0") as String {format: "##.##"} as Number,
    	listPrice: (product.list_price default "0.0") as String {format: "##.##"} as Number,
    	stock: product.stock,
    	safetyStockLevel: product.safety_stock_level,
    	daysToManufacture: product.days_to_manufacture,
    	size: product.size,
    	sizeUnitMeasureCode: product.size_unit_measure_code,
    	weight: product.weight,
    	weightUnitMeasureCode: product.weight_unit_measure_code,
    	daysToManufacture: product.days_to_manufacture,
    	images: (product.images splitBy "," default null),
    	modifiedDate: (product.modified_date default "") as Date {format: "yyyy-MM-dd"},
    	createdDate: (product.created_date default "") as Date {format: "yyyy-MM-dd"}
    }
  7. Finally, add a Transform component that sets the payload using the DW 2.0 transformation.

    
                
             
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    <ee:transform doc:name="Product to JSON">
      <ee:message>
        <ee:set-payload resource="mappings/get-product-by-id-response.dwl" />
      </ee:message>
    </ee:transform>
Configuration XML for get-product-by-id-flow in Studio 7.

         
      
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<flow name="get-product-by-id-flow">
  <ee:transform doc:name="Get Uri Params">
    <ee:message />
    <ee:variables>
      <ee:set-variable variableName="id" resource="variables/set-productId-variable.dwl" />
    </ee:variables>
  </ee:transform>
  <db:select config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Get by Id">
    <db:sql>SELECT p.id, p.name, p.description, p.product_number, p.manufactured, p.colors, p.categories, p.stock, p.safety_stock_level, p.standard_cost, p.list_price, p.size, p.size_unit_measure_code, p.weight, p.weight_unit_measure_code, p.days_to_manufacture, p.images,  p.modified_date, p.created_date
FROM product p
where p.id = :id</db:sql>
    <db:input-parameters><![CDATA[#[{'id' : vars.id}]]]></db:input-parameters>
  </db:select>
  <validation:is-true doc:name="Is Not Empty" config-ref="Validation_Config" expression="#[sizeOf(payload) &gt; 0]">
    <error-mapping sourceType="VALIDATION:INVALID_BOOLEAN" targetType="APP:NOT_FOUND" />
  </validation:is-true>
  <ee:transform doc:name="Product to JSON">
    <ee:message>
      <ee:set-payload resource="mappings/get-product-by-id-response.dwl" />
    </ee:message>
  </ee:transform>
</flow>
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Figure 4. get-product-by-id-flow in Studio 7

Migrating post-product-flow

post-product-flow inserts a product in the database.

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Figure 5. post-product-flow in Studio 6
Configuration XML for post-product-flow in Studio 6.

         
      
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<flow name="post-product-flow">
  <set-variable variableName="originalPayload" value="#[payload:java.lang.String]" doc:name="Set Original Payload" />
  <dw:transform-message doc:name="Json to Map">
    <dw:set-payload resource="classpath:mappings/json-product-to-java.dwl"/>
  </dw:transform-message>
  <transactional action="ALWAYS_BEGIN" doc:name="Transactional">
    <db:insert config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Insert Product" autoGeneratedKeys="true" autoGeneratedKeysColumnNames="id" target="#[payload]">
      <db:parameterized-query><![CDATA[insert into product(name, description, product_number, manufactured, colors, categories, stock, safety_stock_level, standard_cost, list_price, size, size_unit_measure_code, weight, weight_unit_measure_code, days_to_manufacture, images, modified_date, created_date) values(#[payload.name],#[payload.description], #[payload.productNumber], #[payload.manufactured], #[payload.colors],  #[payload.categories], #[payload.stock], #[payload.safetyStockLevel], #[payload.standardCost], #[payload.listPrice], #[payload.size], #[payload.sizeUnitMeasureCode], #[payload.weight], #[payload.weightUnitMeasureCode], #[payload.daysToManufacture], #[payload.images], CURDATE(), CURDATE() );]]></db:parameterized-query>
    </db:insert>
  </transactional>
  <dw:transform-message doc:name="Database to Json">
    <dw:input-variable doc:sample="json.json" mimeType="application/json" variableName="originalPayload" />
    <dw:set-payload resource="classpath:mappings/post-product-response.dwl"/>
  </dw:transform-message>
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  2. Create a json-to-java.dwl file into src/main/resources/mappings folder to transform the JSON request into a JAVA map.

    %dw 2.0
    output application/java
    ---
    payload
  3. Create a json-product-to-java.dwl file into src/main/resources/mappings and migrate the original script from DW 1.0 to 2.0.

    Transformation for json-product-to-java.dwl in DW 1.0.
    %dw 1.0
    %output application/java
    ---
    {
    	categories: payload.categories joinBy ",",
    	colors: payload.colors joinBy ",",
    	daysToManufacture: payload.daysToManufacture,
    	description: payload.description,
    	images: payload.images joinBy ",",
    	listPrice: payload.listPrice,
    	(manufactured: 1) when payload.manufactured == true,
    	(manufactured: 0) when payload.manufactured == false,
    	name: payload.name,
    	productNumber: payload.productNumber,
    	safetyStockLevel: payload.safetyStockLevel,
    	size: payload.size,
    	sizeUnitMeasureCode: payload.sizeUnitMeasureCode,
    	standardCost: payload.standardCost,
    	stock: payload.stock,
    	weight: payload.weight,
    	weightUnitMeasureCode: payload.weightUnitMeasureCode
    }
    Transformation for json-product-to-java.dwl in DW 2.0.
    %dw 2.0
    output application/java
    fun getManufacturedCode(value) =
    	if (value == true) 1
    	else 0
    ---
    {
    	categories: payload.categories joinBy ",",
    	colors: payload.colors joinBy ",",
    	daysToManufacture: payload.daysToManufacture,
    	description: payload.description,
    	images: payload.images joinBy ",",
    	listPrice: payload.listPrice,
    	manufactured: getManufacturedCode(payload.manufactured),
    	name: payload.name,
    	productNumber: payload.productNumber,
    	safetyStockLevel: payload.safetyStockLevel,
    	size: payload.size,
    	sizeUnitMeasureCode: payload.sizeUnitMeasureCode,
    	standardCost: payload.standardCost,
    	stock: payload.stock,
    	weight: payload.weight,
    	weightUnitMeasureCode: payload.weightUnitMeasureCode
    }
  4. Add a Transform component that sets originalPayload and newPayload using the previously created DataWeave transformations.

    
                
             
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    <flow name="post-product-flow">
      <ee:transform doc:name="Json to Map">
        <ee:message />
        <ee:variables>
          <ee:set-variable variableName="originalPayload" resource="mappings/json-to-java.dwl" />
          <ee:set-variable variableName="newPayload" resource="mappings/json-product-to-java.dwl" />
        </ee:variables>
      </ee:transform>
    </flow>
  5. For configuring the details of the transaction, replace the Mule 3.x transactional scope with the new try scope and set the transactionalAction attribute to ALWAYS_BEGIN.

    
                
             
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  6. Add a db:insert element into the Try scope, referencing the MySQL Global Configuration. Parameters must be supplied as key-value pairs into the db:input-parameters element. Notice also the inclusion of db:auto-generated-keys-column-name tag for setting the payload with the ID that was auto-generated by the Database engine.

    
                
             
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    <try transactionalAction="ALWAYS_BEGIN" doc:name="Try">
      <db:insert config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Insert Product" autoGenerateKeys="true">
        <db:sql>insert into product(name, description, product_number,
                                            manufactured, colors, categories, stock, safety_stock_level,
                                            standard_cost, list_price, size, size_unit_measure_code, weight,
                                            weight_unit_measure_code, days_to_manufacture, images,
                                            modified_date, created_date)
                                            values(:name, :description,
                                            :product_number, :manufactured, :colors,
                                            :categories, :stock,
                                            :safety_stock_level, :standard_cost,
                                            :list_price, :size,
                                            :size_unit_measure_code, :weight,
                                            :weight_unit_measure_code,
                                            :days_to_manufacture, :images,
                                            CURDATE(), CURDATE());
                                    </db:sql>
        <db:input-parameters><![CDATA[#[{'name': vars.newPayload.name, 'description': vars.newPayload.description, 'product_number': vars.newPayload.productNumber, 'manufactured': vars.newPayload.manufactured, 'colors': vars.newPayload.colors, 'categories': vars.newPayload.categories, 'stock': vars.newPayload.stock, 'safety_stock_level': vars.newPayload.safetyStockLevel, 'standard_cost': vars.newPayload.standardCost, 'list_price': vars.newPayload.listPrice, 'size': vars.newPayload.size, 'size_unit_measure_code': vars.newPayload.sizeUnitMeasureCode, 'weight': vars.newPayload.weight, 'weight_unit_measure_code': vars.newPayload.weightUnitMeasureCode, 'days_to_manufacture': vars.newPayload.daysToManufacture, 'images': vars.newPayload.images}]]]></db:input-parameters>
        <db:auto-generated-keys-column-names>
          <db:auto-generated-keys-column-name value="id" />
        </db:auto-generated-keys-column-names>
      </db:insert>
    </try>
  7. Create a post-product-response.dwl file under src/main/resources/mappings and migrate the response transformation from DataWeave 1.0 to 2.0. Notice the difference getting the generated id from the payload with the expression payload.generatedKeys.GENERATED_KEY.

    Transformation for post-product-response.dwl in DW 1.0.
    %dw 1.0
    %output application/json
    ---
    flowVars.originalPayload ++
    id: payload[0].GENERATED_KEY
    Transformation for post-product-response.dwl in DW 2.0.
    %dw 2.0
    output application/json
    ---
    vars.originalPayload ++
    id: payload.generatedKeys.GENERATED_KEY
  8. Add a Transform component and set the payload with the DataWeave script.

    
                
             
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      <ee:message>
        <ee:set-payload resource="mappings/post-product-response.dwl" />
      </ee:message>
    </ee:transform>
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<flow name="post-product-flow">
  <ee:transform doc:name="Json to Map">
    <ee:message />
    <ee:variables>
      <ee:set-variable variableName="originalPayload" resource="mappings/json-to-java.dwl" />
      <ee:set-variable variableName="newPayload" resource="mappings/json-product-to-java.dwl" />
    </ee:variables>
  </ee:transform>
  <try transactionalAction="ALWAYS_BEGIN" doc:name="Try">
    <db:insert config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Insert Product" autoGenerateKeys="true">
      <db:sql>insert into product(name, description, product_number,
                                        manufactured, colors, categories, stock, safety_stock_level,
                                        standard_cost, list_price, size, size_unit_measure_code, weight,
                                        weight_unit_measure_code, days_to_manufacture, images,
                                        modified_date, created_date)
                                        values(:name, :description,
                                        :product_number, :manufactured, :colors,
                                        :categories, :stock,
                                        :safety_stock_level, :standard_cost,
                                        :list_price, :size,
                                        :size_unit_measure_code, :weight,
                                        :weight_unit_measure_code,
                                        :days_to_manufacture, :images,
                                        CURDATE(), CURDATE());
                                </db:sql>
      <db:input-parameters><![CDATA[#[{'name': vars.newPayload.name, 'description': vars.newPayload.description, 'product_number': vars.newPayload.productNumber, 'manufactured': vars.newPayload.manufactured, 'colors': vars.newPayload.colors, 'categories': vars.newPayload.categories, 'stock': vars.newPayload.stock, 'safety_stock_level': vars.newPayload.safetyStockLevel, 'standard_cost': vars.newPayload.standardCost, 'list_price': vars.newPayload.listPrice, 'size': vars.newPayload.size, 'size_unit_measure_code': vars.newPayload.sizeUnitMeasureCode, 'weight': vars.newPayload.weight, 'weight_unit_measure_code': vars.newPayload.weightUnitMeasureCode, 'days_to_manufacture': vars.newPayload.daysToManufacture, 'images': vars.newPayload.images}]]]></db:input-parameters>
      <db:auto-generated-keys-column-names>
        <db:auto-generated-keys-column-name value="id" />
      </db:auto-generated-keys-column-names>
    </db:insert>
  </try>
  <ee:transform doc:name="Database to Json">
    <ee:message>
      <ee:set-payload resource="mappings/post-product-response.dwl" />
    </ee:message>
  </ee:transform>
</flow>
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Figure 6. post-product-flow in Studio 7

Migrating put-product-flow

put-product-flow updates a product in the database based on the specified id.

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Figure 7. put-product-flow in Studio 6
Configuration XML for put-product-flow in Studio 6.

         
      
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<flow name="put-product-flow">
  <dw:transform-message doc:name="JSon to Product">
    <dw:set-payload resource="classpath:mappings/put-json-product-to-java.dwl"/>
  </dw:transform-message>
  <transactional action="ALWAYS_BEGIN" doc:name="Transactional">
    <db:update config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Update Product">
      <db:parameterized-query><![CDATA[update product set name = #[payload.name], description = #[payload.description], product_number = #[payload.productNumber], manufactured = #[payload.manufactured], colors = #[payload.colors], categories= #[payload.categories], stock = #[payload.stock], safety_stock_level = #[payload.safetyStockLevel], standard_cost = #[payload.standardCost], list_price = #[payload.listPrice], size = #[payload.size], size_unit_measure_code = #[payload.sizeUnitMeasureCode], weight = #[payload.weight], weight_unit_measure_code = #[payload.weightUnitMeasureCode], days_to_manufacture = #[payload.daysToManufacture], images = #[payload.images],  modified_date = CURDATE() where id = #[id]]]></db:parameterized-query>
    </db:update>
  </transactional>
  <set-payload value="#[NullPayload.getInstance()]" doc:name="Set Payload" />
  <set-property propertyName="http.status" value="204" doc:name="Set Status" />
</flow>
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  2. Create a put-json-product-to-java.dwl file under src/main/resources/mappings folder and migrate the original script from DW 1.0 to 2.0.

    Transformation for put-json-product-to-java.dwl in DW 1.0.
    %dw 1.0
    %output application/java
    ---
    {
    	categories: payload.categories joinBy ",",
    	colors: payload.colors joinBy ",",
    	daysToManufacture: payload.daysToManufacture,
    	description: payload.description,
    	images: payload.images joinBy ",",
    	listPrice: payload.listPrice,
    	manufactured: payload.manufactured,
    	name: payload.name,
    	productNumber: payload.productNumber,
    	safetyStockLevel: payload.safetyStockLevel,
    	size: payload.size,
    	sizeUnitMeasureCode: payload.sizeUnitMeasureCode,
    	standardCost: payload.standardCost,
    	stock: payload.stock,
    	weight: payload.weight,
    	weightUnitMeasureCode: payload.weightUnitMeasureCode
    }
    Transformation for put-json-product-to-java.dwl in DW 2.0.
    %dw 2.0
    output application/java
    ---
    {
    	categories: payload.categories joinBy ",",
    	colors: payload.colors joinBy ",",
    	daysToManufacture: payload.daysToManufacture,
    	description: payload.description,
    	images: payload.images joinBy ",",
    	listPrice: payload.listPrice,
    	manufactured: payload.manufactured,
    	name: payload.name,
    	productNumber: payload.productNumber,
    	safetyStockLevel: payload.safetyStockLevel,
    	size: payload.size,
    	sizeUnitMeasureCode: payload.sizeUnitMeasureCode,
    	standardCost: payload.standardCost,
    	stock: payload.stock,
    	weight: payload.weight,
    	weightUnitMeasureCode: payload.weightUnitMeasureCode
    }
  3. Add a Transform component that sets updatePayload using the previously created DataWeave transformation and id with variables/set-productId-variable.dwl script.

    
                
             
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    <flow name="put-product-flow">
      <ee:transform doc:name="JSon to Product">
        <ee:message />
        <ee:variables >
          <ee:set-variable variableName="updatePayload" resource="mappings/put-json-product-to-java.dwl" />
          <ee:set-variable variableName="id" resource="variables/set-productId-variable.dwl" />
        </ee:variables>
      </ee:transform>
    </flow>
  4. For configuring the details of the transaction, replace the Mule 3.x transactional scope with the new try scope and set the transactionalAction attribute to ALWAYS_BEGIN.

    
                
             
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    <try doc:name="Try" transactionalAction="ALWAYS_BEGIN">
      <db:update config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Update Product">
        <db:sql >update product
    set name = :name, description = :description, product_number = :product_number, manufactured = :manufactured, colors = :colors, categories= :categories, stock = :stock, safety_stock_level = :safety_stock_level, standard_cost = :standard_cost, list_price = :list_price, size = :size, size_unit_measure_code = :size_unit_measure_code, weight = :weight, weight_unit_measure_code = :weight_unit_measure_code, days_to_manufacture = :days_to_manufacture, images = :images,  modified_date = CURDATE()
    where id = :id</db:sql>
        <db:input-parameters ><![CDATA[#[{'name': vars.updatePayload.name, 'description': vars.updatePayload.description, 'product_number': vars.updatePayload.productNumber, 'manufactured': vars.updatePayload.manufactured, 'colors': vars.updatePayload.colors, 'categories': vars.updatePayload.categories, 'stock': vars.updatePayload.stock, 'safety_stock_level': vars.updatePayload.safetyStockLevel, 'standard_cost': vars.updatePayload.standardCost, 'list_price': vars.updatePayload.listPrice, 'size': vars.updatePayload.size, 'size_unit_measure_code': vars.updatePayload.sizeUnitMeasureCode, 'weight': vars.updatePayload.weight, 'weight_unit_measure_code': vars.updatePayload.weightUnitMeasureCode, 'days_to_manufacture': vars.updatePayload.daysToManufacture, 'images': vars.updatePayload.images, 'id': vars.id}]]]></db:input-parameters>
      </db:update>
    </try>
  6. Add a Transform component and set the httpStatus variable with 204 using set-httpStatus-with-204.dwl file into src/main/resources/variables.

    
                
             
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        <ee:set-variable variableName="httpStatus" resource="variables/set-httpStatus-with-204.dwl" />
      </ee:variables>
    </ee:transform>
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<flow name="put-product-flow">
  <ee:transform doc:name="JSon to Product">
    <ee:message />
    <ee:variables >
      <ee:set-variable variableName="updatePayload" resource="mappings/put-json-product-to-java.dwl" />
      <ee:set-variable variableName="id" resource="variables/set-productId-variable.dwl" />
    </ee:variables>
  </ee:transform>
  <try doc:name="Try" transactionalAction="ALWAYS_BEGIN">
    <db:update config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Update Product">
      <db:sql >update product
set name = :name, description = :description, product_number = :product_number, manufactured = :manufactured, colors = :colors, categories= :categories, stock = :stock, safety_stock_level = :safety_stock_level, standard_cost = :standard_cost, list_price = :list_price, size = :size, size_unit_measure_code = :size_unit_measure_code, weight = :weight, weight_unit_measure_code = :weight_unit_measure_code, days_to_manufacture = :days_to_manufacture, images = :images,  modified_date = CURDATE()
where id = :id</db:sql>
      <db:input-parameters ><![CDATA[#[{'name': vars.updatePayload.name, 'description': vars.updatePayload.description, 'product_number': vars.updatePayload.productNumber, 'manufactured': vars.updatePayload.manufactured, 'colors': vars.updatePayload.colors, 'categories': vars.updatePayload.categories, 'stock': vars.updatePayload.stock, 'safety_stock_level': vars.updatePayload.safetyStockLevel, 'standard_cost': vars.updatePayload.standardCost, 'list_price': vars.updatePayload.listPrice, 'size': vars.updatePayload.size, 'size_unit_measure_code': vars.updatePayload.sizeUnitMeasureCode, 'weight': vars.updatePayload.weight, 'weight_unit_measure_code': vars.updatePayload.weightUnitMeasureCode, 'days_to_manufacture': vars.updatePayload.daysToManufacture, 'images': vars.updatePayload.images, 'id': vars.id}]]]></db:input-parameters>
    </db:update>
  </try>
  <ee:transform doc:name="Set Status">
    <ee:message />
    <ee:variables >
      <ee:set-variable variableName="httpStatus" resource="variables/set-httpStatus-with-204.dwl" />
    </ee:variables>
  </ee:transform>
</flow>
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Figure 8. put-product-flow in Studio 7

Migrating delete-product-flow

delete-product-flow deletes the product record from the MySQL database with the id specified as a URI parameter returning an HTTP 204 status code.

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Figure 9. delete-product-flow in Studio 6
Configuration XML for delete-product-flow in Studio 6.

         
      
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<flow name="delete-product-flow">
  <transactional action="ALWAYS_BEGIN" doc:name="Transactional">
    <db:delete config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Delete Product">
      <db:parameterized-query><![CDATA[delete from product where id=#[id]]]></db:parameterized-query>
    </db:delete>
  </transactional>
  <set-payload value="#[NullPayload.getInstance()]" doc:name="Set Payload"/>
  <set-property propertyName="http.status" value="204" doc:name="Set Status"/>
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      <ee:transform doc:name="Set productId variable">
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        <ee:variables>
          <ee:set-variable variableName="productId" resource="variables/set-productId-variable.dwl" />
        </ee:variables>
      </ee:transform>
    </flow>
  3. For configuring the details of the transaction, replace the Mule 3.x transactional scope with the new try scope and set the transactionalAction attribute to ALWAYS_BEGIN.

    
                
             
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  4. Add a db:delete element into the Try scope, referencing the MySQL Global Configuration. Parameters must be supplied as key-value pairs into the db:input-parameters element. Opposite to Mule 3.x, the previously defined productId flow variable must be accessed as vars.productId instead of flowVars.productId.

    
                
             
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      <db:delete config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Delete Product">
        <db:sql>delete from product where id=:productId</db:sql>
        <db:input-parameters><![CDATA[#[{'productId' : vars.productId}]]]></db:input-parameters>
      </db:delete>
    </try>
  5. Create a set-httpStatus-with-204.dwl file under src/main/resources/variables as follows.

    %dw 2.0
    output application/java
    ---
    204
  6. Set httpStatus variable with the value 204 using a Transform Component for defining a NO CONTENT response code.

    
                
             
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      </ee:variables>
    </ee:transform>

To return a specific HTTP Status code, instead of setting a http.status property, APIkit in Mule 4 requires setting a variable with the name httpStatus.

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<flow name="delete-product-flow">
  <ee:transform doc:name="Set productId variable">
    <ee:message />
    <ee:variables>
      <ee:set-variable variableName="productId" resource="variables/set-productId-variable.dwl" />
    </ee:variables>
  </ee:transform>
  <try doc:name="Try" transactionalAction="ALWAYS_BEGIN">
    <db:delete config-ref="MySQL_Configuration" doc:name="Delete Product">
      <db:sql>delete from product where id=:productId</db:sql>
      <db:input-parameters><![CDATA[#[{'productId' : vars.productId}]]]></db:input-parameters>
    </db:delete>
  </try>
  <ee:transform doc:name="Set 204 HTTP Status code">
    <ee:message />
    <ee:variables>
      <ee:set-variable variableName="httpStatus" resource="variables/set-httpStatus-with-204.dwl" />
    </ee:variables>
  </ee:transform>
</flow>
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Figure 10. delete-product-flow in Studio 7

Migrating Backend Flows

To migrate backend flows:

For each Backend Flow generated by APIkit, add a flow-ref to its implementation.

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<flow name="get:/product:api-config">
  <flow-ref name="get-products-flow" doc:name="get-products-flow" />
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<flow name="get:/product/{id}:api-config">
  <flow-ref name="get-product-by-id-flow" doc:name="get-product-by-id-flow" />
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<flow name="post:/product:application/json:api-config">
  <flow-ref name="post-product-flow" doc:name="post-product-flow" />
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<flow name="delete:/product/{id}:api-config">
  <flow-ref name="delete-product-flow" doc:name="delete-product-flow" />
</flow>
<flow name="put:/product/{id}:application/json:api-config">
  <flow-ref name="put-product-flow" doc:name="put-product-flow" />
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<flow name="get:\product:api-product-config">
  <flow-ref name="get-products-flow" doc:name="get-products-flow" />
</flow>
<flow name="get:\product\(id):api-product-config">
  <flow-ref doc:name="get-product-by-id-flow" name="get-product-by-id-flow"/>
</flow>
<flow name="post:\product:application\json:api-product-config">
  <flow-ref name="post-product-flow" doc:name="post-product-flow" />
</flow>
<flow name="delete:\product\(id):application\json:api-product-config">
  <flow-ref doc:name="delete-product-flow" doc:id="38894873-9a01-4e59-8362-5eefce5ea043" name="delete-product-flow"/>
</flow>
<flow name="put:\product\(id):application\json:api-product-config">
  <flow-ref doc:name="put-product-flow" doc:id="e64cf378-26a2-4435-8d0d-269c50282b3c" name="put-product-flow"/>
</flow>

Extending default APIkit Global Exception Strategies

  1. Add APP:NOT_FOUND exception type to the ApiKit-generated 404 mapping to handle the exception thrown by the validation:is-true element in get-product-by-id-flow. You can repeat this process for any other errors you want to map to a specific status code.

    Configuration XML for ApiKit Mapping 404 in Studio 6.
    
                
             
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    <apikit:mapping statusCode="404">
      <apikit:exception value="org.mule.module.apikit.exception.NotFoundException" />
      <set-property propertyName="Content-Type" value="application/json" doc:name="Property" />
      <set-payload value="{ &quot;message&quot;: &quot;Resource not found&quot; }" doc:name="Set Payload" />
    </apikit:mapping>
    Configuration XML for ApiKit Mapping 404 in Studio 7.
    
                
             
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    <on-error-propagate type="APIKIT:NOT_FOUND, APP:NOT_FOUND" doc:name="On Error Propagate" enableNotifications="true" logException="true">
      <ee:transform xmlns:ee="http://www.mulesoft.org/schema/mule/ee/core" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.mulesoft.org/schema/mule/ee/core http://www.mulesoft.org/schema/mule/ee/core/current/mule-ee.xsd" doc:id="70f893cb-6106-42d9-9a95-e201e9349159">
        <ee:message>
          <ee:set-payload><![CDATA[%dw 2.0
    output application/json
    ---
    {message: "Resource not found"}]]></ee:set-payload>
        </ee:message>
        <ee:variables>
          <ee:set-variable variableName="httpStatus"><![CDATA[404]]></ee:set-variable>
        </ee:variables>
      </ee:transform>
    </on-error-propagate>
  2. Add a Generic ApiKit Mapping 500 for all the non previously managed exceptions.

    Configuration XML for Generic ApiKit Mapping 500 in Studio 6.
    
                
             
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    <apikit:mapping-exception-strategy name="api-apiKitGlobalExceptionMapping">
      <!-- other exception strategies here -->
      <apikit:mapping statusCode="500">
        <apikit:exception value="java.lang.Exception" />
        <set-property propertyName="Content-Type" value="application/json" doc:name="Property" />
        <set-payload value="{ &quot;message&quot;: &quot;Internal Server Error&quot; }" doc:name="Set Payload" />
      </apikit:mapping>
    </apikit:mapping-exception-strategy>
    Configuration XML for Generic ApiKit Mapping 500 in Studio 7.
    
                
             
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    <error-handler>
      <!-- other exception strategies here -->
      <on-error-propagate doc:name="On Error Propagate" enableNotifications="true" logException="true">
        <ee:transform xmlns:ee="http://www.mulesoft.org/schema/mule/ee/core" xsi:schemaLocation="http://www.mulesoft.org/schema/mule/ee/core http://www.mulesoft.org/schema/mule/ee/core/current/mule-ee.xsd" doc:id="7e8049ff-cae6-4937-8569-c36bb7f06dad">
          <ee:message>
            <ee:set-payload><![CDATA[%dw 2.0
    output application/json
    ---
    {message: "Internal Server Error"}]]></ee:set-payload>
          </ee:message>
          <ee:variables>
            <ee:set-variable variableName="httpStatus"><![CDATA[500]]></ee:set-variable>
          </ee:variables>
        </ee:transform>
      </on-error-propagate>
    </error-handler>