Please review the pre-requisite setup instructions for setting up Salesforce Health Cloud, Salesforce Connected App, and MuleSoft's HL7 Connector.
Importing Templates into Anypoint Studio
- In Studio, click the Exchange X icon in the upper left of the taskbar.
- Log in with your Anypoint Platform credentials.
- Search for the template.
- Click Open.
Running Templates in Anypoint Studio
After you import your template into Studio, follow these configuration steps to run it:
Salesforce Connector Configuration
MuleSoft's Salesforce Connector requires username, password, and optionally a security token to communicate with Salesforce. After obtaining the necessary credentials information configure it in the properties file located in
mule.env is the environment where the application is to be deployed. For a studio deployment, the recommended mule.env value is
salesforce.username should be configured in
salesforce.password should be encrypted and configured in
salesforce.securityToken should be encrypted and configured in
Please refer to the attached link on how to secure the configuration properties.
https.host— sets the service host interface. It should be configured in
config-<mule.env>.yamlfile. (Defaults to 0.0.0.0 for all interfaces).
https.port— sets the HTTPS service port number. It should be configured in
config-<mule.env>.yamlfile. (Default 8082).
https.defaultRecordLimit: Sets the default search limit for the result set. (Default 20)
- TLS Configuration - Keystore properties setup:
keystore.alias- sets the alias to the keystore. It should be configured in
keystore.path- sets the path to the key file. Key should be available in /src/main/resources/keystore. It should be configured in
keystore.keypass— sets keystore keypass to support HTTPS operation. It should be encrypted and configured in
keystore.password— sets keystore password to support HTTPS operation. It should be encrypted and configured in
Please refer to the attached link on how to generate the Keystore.
- Right-click the template project folder.
- Hover your mouse over Run as.
- Click Mule Application (configure).
- Inside the dialog, select Environment and set the variable mule.env to the appropriate value (e.g dev or local).
- Inside the dialog, select Environment and set the variable mule.key. Click Run.
Deployment instructions for CloudHub using provided scripts
Ensure the Maven profile
CloudHub-DEV has been properly configured in your
settings.xml file. Reference can be found by downloading the Accelerator Common Resources asset. Additional instructions are available in the Getting Started with MuleSoft Accelerators - Build Environment guide.
config-<env>.yaml properties appropriately and then use one of the following scripts to deploy the application to CloudHub:
- packageDeploy.sh or deployOnly.sh (Mac/Linux)
- packageDeploy.cmd or deployOnly.cmd (Windows)
- Use Advanced Rest Client or Postman to send a request over HTTPS. The template includes a postman collection in the
src/test/resourcesfolder. Update the collection variable(s) after successful import.