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Bulk Partner Management Tool for Mule

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Once we develop our APIs, we need to onboard customers and provide access to the APIs specific to the environment. In API management, partner onboarding can be challenging when there are a lot of partners. However, this process can be done easily using Access Management API provided by Mule, and there is a tool named 'Bulk Partner Management Tool'.

GitHub URL:


To Run This Tool:


Using This Tool:

  1. You can create client applications in Mulesoft Anypoint platform in bulk.
  2. Give access to the APIs you want.

Input Format:

  1. This tool expects Anypoint username and password
  2. JSON format
	"applications": [
	"apis": [
	"environment": "QA"

How to Run This Tool:

  1. Download node js and install in your windows machine.
  2. Download and run route.js file using this command "node route.js".
  3. Feed your Anypoint username, password, and JSON input file and press the provision button.

How This Tool Has Been Built:

1. This tool uses Mule exposed APIs for partner management functionality known as Access Management APIs.

2. The main functionality of this tool resides in the route.js file. Have a look at them first.

callLogin.loginAP(req, res, function(data) {
 /*res.render('./fetchAPIs.ejs', {title: data});*/
 getOrgId.getOrgId(req, res, data.access_token, function(orgData) {
  console.log('Logged in');
  /* create applications */
  if (jData.applications != null)
   jData.applications.forEach(function(applicationName) {
    getIndiApplicationName.getApps(req, res, data.access_token, orgData.user.organization.id, applicationName, function(application) {
     if (application.applications != null)
      application.applications.forEach(function(apps) {
       if (apps.name == applicationName) {
        applicationId = apps.id;
     if (applicationId == '') {
      createApplications.createApplications(req, res, data.access_token, orgData.user.id, orgData.user.organization.id, applicationName, function(appCreatestatus) {
       applicationId = appCreatestatus.id;
       console.log('Application Created Successfully');
     /* get apis*/
     getAPIs.getApis(req, res, data.access_token, orgData.user.organization.id, function(apis) {
      /* loop apis */
      if (apis.total > 0) {
       console.log('Got APIs list');
       apis.apis.forEach(function(apiElement) {
        /* loop api versions*/
        apiElement.versions.forEach(function(verElement) {
         if (verElement != null) {
          jData.apis.forEach(function(apiName) {

           if (apiName == verElement.assetId && verElement.name.indexOf(jData.environment) != -1) {
            /* create permissions or contracts */
            createContracts.createContracts(req, res, data.access_token, orgData.user.id, orgData.user.organization.id, applicationId, verElement.id,
             function(contractCreatestatus) {
              console.log('Creating Contracts...:' + apiName);
      } else {
       console.log("There is no API available");
      res.render('login.ejs', {
       successfulAPIs: successfulAPIs




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