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Question 1

Refer to the below exhibit.

A Mule application configures a property placeholder file named config.yaml to set some property placeholders for an HTTP connector.

What is the valid properties placeholder file to set these values?

Answer : B

Correct answer is as below as it follows the correct syntax.


basepath: 'api'

host : 'localhost'

port : '8081'

Mule Doc Reference :

Question 2

An organization is beginning to follow Mulesoft's recommended API led connectivity approach to use modern API to support the development and lifecycle of the integration solutions and to close the IT delivery gap.

What distinguishes between how modern API's are organized in a MuleSoft recommended API-led connectivity approach as compared to other common enterprise integration solutions?

Answer : B

Correct answer is The API interfaces are specified at a granularity intended for developers to consume specific aspect of integration processes

Question 3

Refer to the exhibits. Client sends the request to ClientRequestFlow which calls ShippingFlow using HTTP Request activity.

During E2E testing it is found that that HTTP:METHOD_NOT_ALLOWED error is thrown whenever client sends request to this flow.

What attribute you would change in ClientRequestFlow to make this implementation work successfully?

Answer : C

Correct answer is Change the method attributes value to 'POST'.

It can be fixed in either of the two ways as below.

1) Changing method attribute to POST in ClientRequestFlow

2) Setting allowedMethods as PUT in ShippingFlow (but doesn't fit as question mentions about changing ClientRequestFlow)

Question 4

An API instance of type API endpoint with API proxy is created in API manager using an API specification from Anypoint Exchange. The API instance is also configured with an API proxy that is deployed and running in CloudHub.

An SLA- based policy is enabled in API manager for this API instance.

Where can an external API consumer obtain a valid client ID and client secret to successfully send requests to the API proxy?

Answer : A

* When a client application is registered in Anypoint Platform, a pair of credentials consisting of a client ID and client secret is generated.

* When the client application requests access to an API, a contract is created between the application and that API.

* An API that is protected with a Client ID Enforcement policy is accessible only to applications that have an approved contract.


Correct Answer: In the organization's public API portal in Anypoint Exchange, from

Question 5

What is the correct Syntax to add a customer ID as a URI parameter in the HTTP listener's path attribute?

Answer : C

URL parameters are always accessed using { } like => {customerID}

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