There’s no need to state the importance of debuggers for developers, and Mule developers are no exception. The goal of this blog post is to provide you with a few handy tips for debugging your custom Java code in Mule Studio.
I will assume you have already created your Studio Project and added a custom Java class (a Transformer, Module, etc.). If you are not there yet,
When an issue arises in production it can be quite daunting to reproduce it in a test environment. Ideally one debugs the live application. But logs don’t tell the whole story. And a severe issue may require the application be taken down. How can it be stopped and debugged at the same time? With Mule composite sources and Mule Management Console (MMC) end-point control you can eat your cake and have it,