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With the MuleSoft modules in Make you can trigger cloud hub APIs and call APIs.

To get started with MuleSoft, create an account

Connect MuleSoft to Make

You need to obtain OAuth client credentials from your MuleSoft account and insert them in Make .

To connect MuleSoft to Make:

  1. Log in to your MuleSoft account.

  2. Click your left menu > Access Management > Connected Apps > Create app.

  3. Enter the app details in the table below:



    App name.


    Select the connection type as App acts on its own behalf (client credentials).

    Add Scopes

    Add the following minimum scopes:

    • API Manager: View APIs Configuration

    • Runtime Manager: Read Applications

    • General: View Environment, View Organization

    • Exchange: Exchange Viewer

    • OpenID: Profile

  4. Review the scopes and click Save.

  5. Click Copy ID and Copy Secret to store the values in a safe place.

  6. Log in to your Make account and open the MuleSoft module's Create a Connection dialog.

  7. In the Connection name field, enter a name for the connection.

  8. In the Client ID and Client Secret fields, enter the values obtained in Step 6 in the respective fields.

  9. Click Save.

You have successfully connected the MuleSoft app and you can now build scenarios .


CloudHub is a fully managed, containerized integration-Platform-as-a-Service (iPaaS) where you can deploy APIs and integrations as lightweight containers in the cloud.

Trigger a CloudHub Action

Sends a request to MuleSoft to trigger a CloudHub action.


Establish a connection to your MuleSoft account.

MuleSoft Environment

Select the environment that contains the CloudHub applications you want to automate.

CloudHub Application

Select one of the applications deployed on the Mulesoft CloudHub.

Input method

Select a method to configure the action to be triggered. You can select between a customized manual input or a pre-configured input in the Mulesoft Exchange.

Action to be triggered

Select one of the actions available to be triggered for this application.

Add Input Parameters

Add the parameter details that auto-populate based on the option selected for the Action to be triggered field.

Choose Method

Select or map the HTTPS request method such as GET, POST, PATCH, DELETE, OPTIONS, and HEAD.

Specify endpoint

An endpoint relative to the application's base URL. For example, /.

Add Input Headers

Add the key-value pair of headers. You can add multiple headers.

  • Input Header Key: Enter the key, so that Action Flow can add this item to the queue.

  • Input Header Value: Enter the value of the key. You can also select available variables from previous modules while clicking on the field.

Optional: Authorization Type

An optional field to generate the authorization header. This field appears when you select Input Method as the preconfigured Mulesoft exchange input.

If the desired authorization method is not listed, add the required headers or query strings manually.



You can call API endpoints using the following module.

Make an API Call

Performs an arbitrary authorized API Call.


Establish a connection to your MuleSoft account.


Enter a path relative to For example, /accounts/api/me.



to retrieve information for an entry.


to create a new entry.


to update/replace an existing entry.


to make a partial entry update.


to delete an entry.


Enter the desired request headers. You don't have to add authorization headers; we already did that for you.

Query String

Enter the request query string.


Enter the body content for your API call.

Example of Use - Get Account Details

The following API call returns account details from your MuleSoft account:

URL: /accounts/api/me

Method: GET


To see the results, look at the Output module under Bundle > Body.

In our example, the account details were returned: