Runtime Manager Agent 2.3.x Release Notes


May 2, 2019

These are the new features and enhancements, known limitations, issues, and fixes in Anypoint Runtime Manager agent, version 2.3.0.

New Features and Enhancements

This release contains the following new features or enhancements:

  • Starting with Mule 4.2.0, API Manager Secrets (clientId, clientSecret, and Proxy password) can be stored, encrypted, in the wrapper.conf file when an encryption key is provided at setup time. For more information, see API Gateway Encryption on Mule 4.

Changes in This Release

This release contains no changes to existing functionality.

Fixed Issues

This release contains the following fixed issue:

  • HTTP 400 response when uploading metrics via mule agent for flow names with non-ASCII characters.

Known Limitations and Workarounds

There are no known limitations or workarounds in this release.

Upgrade Requirements

This is only applicable to users with HTTP events enabled and stored in an on premises database:
  • policy_violation_policy_id data type must be updated in the Database Schema.

Please refer to the following documentation: Send API Analytics from Runtime Manager to an External Database

Compatibility Notes

Software Version

Mule Runtime

This agent version is compatible only with Mule 4.1.x and Mule 4.2.x.


JRE/JDK 1.8.0


MacOS 10.11.x, HP-UX 11i V3, AIX 7.2, Windows 2016 Server, Windows 10, Solaris 11.3, RHEL 7, Ubuntu Server 16.04

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