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Exchange Graph

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Getting started

The Exchange Graph API provides one endpoint that accepts POST requests, https://anypoint.mulesoft.com/graph/api/v2/graphql.

Use an access token

To access your organization's private content, obtain an access token from the Access Management portal.

Send a request

The Exchange Graph API accepts POST requests. The body of the request must be in JSON with these fields:

{
  "query": "{{GRAPH QUERY}}", // This field contains the graph query 
  "variables": {
    "accessToken":"{{ACCESS TOKEN}}" // Send your Core Service access token (optional)
  }
}

For example, to get the groupId, assetId, and version of the Mule 4.x assets, execute this request:

curl -X POST \
  https://anypoint.mulesoft.com/graph/api/v2/graphql \
  -H 'content-type: application/json' \
  -d '{"query":"{assets(minMuleVersion:\"4.0.0\") {groupId assetId version}}"}'

Use Connected Application Authentication

  • Create a connected application (App acts on its own behalf (client credentials)) and either provide read-only access by setting the scope of Exchange Viewer, or provide read and write access by setting either the scope of Exchange Administrator or the scope of Exchange Contributor.
  • Copy the clientId and clientSecret of the connected application.
  • Use basic authentication, defining the username as ~~~Client~~~ and the password as clientId~?~clientSecret.
    • Replace clientId with the client ID.
    • Replace clientSecret with the client secret.
  • Send the request specifying the authorization in the variables object. Replace ABC123 with the base64 encoding of the concatenation of the client ID and client secret: ~~~Client~~~:clientId~?~clientSecret
{
  "query": "{{GRAPH QUERY}}", // This field contains the graph query 
  "variables": {
    "authorization":"Basic {{ABC123}}" // Send your Core Service access token (optional)
  }
}

For more information about the available ways to query the graph, see Querying the graph.


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