Training Talks: How to create a Mule domain project?

January 18 2017

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In this week’s we’re going to talk about domains. But first, we have another fun fact from our next instructor, Ethan Port. Back in the 80’s (not that long ago), Ethan played the guitar and drums in a rock band that is still very popular today in Greece. Did I mention the drums were flaming?

Now back to domains. So what is a domain? A domain is a special type of project that you can create in Anypoint Studio which has shared resources like an HTTP connection or JMS connection, and they can be shared between several applications.

Training Talk – Episode 5

In this Training Talks you’ll learn:

  • How to create a domain project
  • How to share resources between Mule applications deployed to the same Mule runtime  
  • How to debug a Mule domain project in Studio


Visit our documentation site to learn more about domains and shared resources.

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3 Responses to “Training Talks: How to create a Mule domain project?”

  1. Current version of the documentation for shared resources (as of Jan 2017) is found here:

  2. Hello, one question…. Domains are supported in CloudHub??? How I can deploy it?

    • Hi Sebastian,
      They are not supported in CloudHub, and cannot currently be deployed there. Domains are only used to share resources when you deploy multiple applications into the same Mule runtime. CloudHub workers currently can only host one application at a time, so domain projects are not relevant or useful there. Instead the application contains all its resource definitions inside the application itself. Hope this helps!