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Anypoint Connector DevKit 3.9.x Release Notes

Version 3.9.0 - June 21, 2016

Anypoint Connector DevKit 3.9.0 supports two new features for DevKit-built connectors, as well as several fixes for earlier versions.

Version 3.9.0 Features

Building a connector using DevKit 3.9.0 (i.e. specifying this version number in the connector project’s pom.xml) allows the connector end user to retrieve information about the connector’s @Processor(s) in the Mule Debugger in Anypoint Studio.

For Studio 6.0.2 and later, this version allows the developer to package multiple sets of connector icons to be presented in the Studio Visual Editor depending on the connector end user’s preference of Studio UI.

With 3.9.0 you can support two sets of icons for each Studio UI look by first creating two different folders in your connector:

  • theme.light(new look)

  • theme.classic (old look)

Version 3.9.0 Compatibility

DevKit version 3.9.0 is compatible with:

Software Version

Mule Runtime

3.8.0 or later

Anypoint Studio

Debugging support for DevKit-built connector:

  • Studio 6.0.0 and later

Support for Light and Classic Studio themed icons:

  • Expected for Studio 6.0.2 and later

Icon Folder Structure

   icons/
            /theme.light
                                /icon.png
            /theme.classic
                                /icon.png

The new light theme icons must have the following sizes:

  • 16 x 16 for small icons

  • 26 x 26 for large icons

Icon Naming Conventions

Old Look Icon Naming Convention Changes

  • Previously was <connectorName>-connector-​48x24​.png and now is <connectorName>-connector-​large​.png

  • Previously was <connectorName>-connector-​24x16​.png and now is <connectorName>-connector-​small​.png

New Look Icon Naming Convention Changes

  • Previously was <connectorName>-connector-​26x26​.png and now is <connectorName>-connector-​large​.png

  • Previously was <connectorName>-connector-​16x16​.png and now is <connectorName>-connector-​small​.png

Version 3.9.0 - Fixed Issues

This release includes several fixes:

  • DevKit now correctly sets category, instead of setting it to DEFAULT, when building DefaultComposedMetaDataKey from MetaDataKey

  • Supports connector icons for Anypoint Studio’s "Light" Theme, along with the "Classic" theme