Anypoint Studio July 2014 with 3.5.1 Runtime - Update Site 2 Release Notes

July 31, 2014

This July 31 2014 release is an update to the Studio July 2014 with 3.5.1 runtime, and complement the Anypoint Studio July 2014 with 3.5.1 Runtime Release Notes.

Current Release Versions

Enterprise Runtime Community Runtime

ESB Runtime




Version: July 2014 with 3.5.1 Runtime - Update Site 2
Build Number: 201407311443

Management Console



Mule DevKit



  • Fixed a bug in Maven Support which caused the classpath not to be updated if the user edited the pom.xml file manually in some cases (STUDIO-5363).

  • Fixed a performance issue that would end up in the properties editor taking a long time to render.

  • Fixed metadata generation for some BAPIs that represented corner cases in SAP (field names with special characters).

  • Fixed a bug with the numberOfConsumers attribute in the ActiveMQ connector which would cause it to disappear.

  • Fixed an issue which would cause the General tab of the CXF element not to be drawn (STUDIO-5340).

  • Fixed a bug regarding Batch references or Flow references when the referencing element is in a file located in a different folder than the referenced element (STUDIO-5343) .

  • Fixed a bug regarding data mapping which would cause the pipe delimiter not to be respected if it was the original separator when providing an example (STUDIO-5337).

  • Fixed an issue with User defined Lookup Tables in DataMapper (STUDIO-5367)

  • Fixed an issue with BigDecimal precision in DataMapper that would cause it to default to 2 d.p.

Migration Guide

This section presents configuration considerations you may want to adjust when migrating from a previous version of a Mule runtime, or previous version of Studio. Contact MuleSoft Support if you have a question about a specific migration activity or concern.

To migrate from a previous version of Studio, use Help > Check for Updates.

You can easily import all of the external components that you had installed in your old version of Anypoint Studio through a single action. This includes connectors, runtimes, and any other type of extension added through the Anypoint Exchange or the ​Help → Install new software​ menu, as long as there are no compatibility restrictions.

Do this by selecting File→Import and then choose Install→From existing installation.


Then specify the location of your old version of Anypoint Studio in your local drive.

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