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Anypoint Studio 6.5 with Mule Runtime Engine 3.9.1 Update site 2 Release Notes

November 21
Build ID: 201811201830

Compatibility

Mule Runtime

Version: 3.9.1 EE

Anypoint Studio

Version: 6.5.2
Build Id: 201811201830

APIkit

Versions: 3.9.0 - 3.8.3 - 3.8.2 - 3.8.1 - 3.8.0 - 1.7.3 - 1.6.2 - 1.5.3

DataWeave

Version: 1.2.0

MUnit

Version: 1.6.1 (munit-studio-plugin)

SAP Connector

Versions: 3.2.0

Eclipse

Versions: 4.7.2

What’s New

The 6.5.2 Studio release includes a number of bug fixes, the ability to install new runtimes when creating new projects and comes with Mule 3.9.1 runtime

Hardware Requirements

  • MuleSoft recommends a minimum of 4GB RAM on a developer workstation. As applications become complex, consider adding more RAM.

  • 2GHz CPU

  • 10GB free hard drive space

Software Requirements

Java Environments

This version of Anypoint Studio requires Java 8 to run properly.
Depending on which Mule runtime you want to use, you can configure different JDK versions within Anypoint Studio:

  • Mule 3.9.x requires Studio running on Java 8.

  • Mule 3.5.x requires Studio running on Java 7.

  • Other supported runtime versions work fine with both Java 7 or 8.

You can configure Anypoint Studio’s default VM by following the task corresponding to your OS:

Operating Systems

  • MacOS 10.10.0

  • Windows (32- and 64-bit) Windows 7, Windows 8, Windows 10

  • RHEL 7.0

  • Ubuntu 15.04 or later

Suggested Web Browsers by Platform.
Studio will always use the OS default web browser

  • Windows:

    • Microsoft Edge 25.0

    • Internet Explorer 11

  • Linux

    • Mozilla Firefox 46.0

  • OS X

    • Safari 9.1

Running real-time antivirus protection software on your operating system might have a negative impact on Anypoint Studio performance. Although this issue is prominent on Windows, it also occurs on Linux and OSx.

Although the steps to solve these performance issues vary depending on your antivirus software, a typical solution is to either whitelist or exclude the Anypoint Studio and java executables, the Studio install and workspace filesystem locations, or some combination of both. See examples of solutions for McAfee Viruscan, Windows Defender, and Symantec Endpoint Protection.

Bug Fixes

  • Slow generation of code with huge XSDs on drag and drop.

  • Loading RAML via RestApiLocation is very, very slow.

  • RAML includes hardly usable.

  • When opening Studio in windows machines, splash is not shown.

  • Importing API from Design Centre does not generate flow scaffolding.

  • Autodiscovery apiName and apiVersion not properly retrieved from property file.

  • API Gateway version not being updated in pom.

  • Studio 6.5.0 dialog does nothing when clicking to deploy to exchange.

  • Anypoint Studio 6.5.0 failing with error: java.lang.NoSuchMethodError: org.apache.commons.io.FileUtils.getTempDirectory()Ljava/io/File;.

  • Studio has stack overflow error when clicking on Transform Message.

  • Fails while focus on a component that is disposing.

  • Gitignore file is populated incorrectly when importing RAML that contains Exchange dependencies.

  • Importing Domain project leads to error in Studio 6 as it assumes to be normal project.

  • Studio adds the repository-master URL in the pom file. this creates auth issues.

  • Cannot import mule maven projects as POM.

  • OAuth provider module shows error message for the "Create client" operation in Studio.

  • externalRedirectionUrl Parameter doesn’t appear on HTTP OAuth2 Configuration.

  • Unable to reference Secure Properties when testing connection in Windows environment.

Completed Tasks

  • Reimplement DW syntatic predicates for better performance.

Enhancement Request

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