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Configure Application Properties

To configure application properties managed through Runtime Manager you need to send the application properties component by issuing a POST or PATCH (if the application already exists) request to the applications' endpoint as depicted in the example below:

curl -s -X PATCH 'https://anypoint.mulesoft.com/hybrid/api/v1/applications/{applicationId}' \
-H 'Authorization: bearer <<TOKEN>>' \
-H 'X-ANYPNT-ORG-ID: <<ORG\\_ID>>' \
-H 'X-ANYPNT-ENV-ID: <<ENV\\_ID>>' \
-H 'Content-type: multipart/form-data' \
-F 'configuration={
    "mule.agent.application.properties.service": {
        "applicationName": "example-app",
        "properties": {
            "myproperty": "mynewValue3"
        }
    }
}'

Configure Server Properties

To configure server properties in your Mule Runtimes you need to configure the server properties component by issuing a PATCH request to the component's endpoint as shown in this example:

Note: The field properties must include all the properties you want to set because the patch cannot do a diff between the existing properties and the provided ones.

curl -X PATCH \
  https://anypoint.mulesoft.com/hybrid/api/v1/targets/{targetId}/components/203 \
  -H 'authorization: Bearer <<TOKEN>>' \
  -H 'content-type: application/json' \
  -H 'x-anypnt-env-id: <<ENV\\_ID>>' \
  -H 'x-anypnt-org-id: <<ORG\\_ID>>' \
  -d '{
    "enabled": "true",
    "configuration" : {
        "properties": [
             {"name": "env", "value": "qa"},
             {"name": "timeout", "value": "2000"}
        ]
    }
}'

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