MuleSoft Anypoint Connector User Guide

The Mule Anypoint Connector for mindzie allows you to send data from any available external system into the mindzie studio for process analysis. The connector allows for the sending of event logs in mindzie to allow users to map, analyze, and optimize business processes such as Order to Cash, Procure to Pay, Support Tickets, and many others.

This help file provides the details about using this connector as well as the available features and settings. For more information please contact us at support@mindzie.com.

About mindzie #

mindzie is a leader in process mining and business process improvement.

Our solution the mindzie studio is a low-code process mining platform designed to help companies of all shapes and sizes map, analyze, and optimize business processes by turning ERP, CRM, and other data into actionable opportunities to improve efficiency, productivity, profitability, customer satisfaction, and much more.

Requirements #

ApplicationVersion
MuleSoft4.3.x and later
mindzie studioAll versions supported

Installing the Connector #

Refer to the Anypoint Exchange documentation online.

Connector Configuration #

Base login and connection information for the mindzie studio API. See example in Figure 1.

Feild NameTypeValue
Base UrlUrlhttps://api.mindziestudio.com
UsernameStringUsername is the tenant name in mindzie studio.
PasswordStringPassword is provided by mindzie for api usage.
Figure 1

Connector Settings #

Settings that specify the details of the log file configuration being uploaded to the mindzie studio. See example in Figure 2.

Feild NameTypeValue
Log IdStringDataset id from mindzie Studio.

Login to the mindzie studio, from the datasets page click the dataset setting and copy the log id.
DelimiterStringIndicate the character used to seperate columns.

Example: ,
CultureStringCulture options: Culture Names [C#] (csharp-examples.net)
EncodingStringSupported Encodings:
·       UTF8
·       LATIN1
·       ASCII
·       UNICODE
·       UTF32
BodyStringCSV file as Json format.

Example:

“CaseId,ActivityName,ActivityTime\r\nC1,Enter Invoice,2020-01-01\r\nC1,Pay Invoice,2020-01-02\r\n”

This is a string with \r\n between each line of the file.
Figure 2