MuleSoft Certified Developer – Level 1 (Mule 4) DELTA Exam

Demonstrate your ability to work with Mule 4 APIs and integrations with the MuleSoft Certified Developer – Level 1 (Mule 4) DELTA exam.

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Mule 4 DELTA Certification Exam – Summary

Show you can design, build, test, debug, deploy, and manage basic Mule 4 APIs and integrations with the MuleSoft Certified Developer – Level 1 (Mule 4) DELTA exam.

This certification is suitable for MuleSoft Certified Developers – Integration and API Associates (Mule 3.8+) who want to demonstrate their skills with Mule 4.

Approach

Certification Objectives

Take the MuleSoft Certified Developer – Level 1 (Mule 4) DELTA exam to show your knowledge of:

  • using MuleSoft-hosted Anypoint Platform to take a basic API through all the steps of its lifecycle: design, build, deploy, manage, and govern
  • using Anypoint Studio to build, test, and debug basic Mule 4 integrations and API implementations
  • using Mule 4 connectors to connect to a range of resources including databases, files, web services, SaaS applications, and JMS queues
  • performing basic data transformations using DataWeave 2
  • using Mule 4 event processors to control event flow, handle errors, and process batch records

MuleSoft Certified Developer – Level 1 (Mule 4) DELTA Exam: Format

  • format: multiple-choice, closed book, proctored online or in a testing centre
  • length: 35 questions
  • duration: 75 minutes
  • pass score: 70 percent
  • language: English
  • the MuleSoft Certified Developer – Level 1 (Mule 4) DELTA exam can be taken a maximum of two times, with a 24-hour wait between attempt; after an unsuccessful second attempt, the candidate can only take the full MCD – Level 1 exam

Delivery Methods

You can choose to take the MuleSoft Certified Developer – Level 1 (Mule 4) DELTA exam in-person at a testing centre or online using a web camera, administered via the Kryterion Webassessor testing platform.

If you choose in-person at a Kryterion Testing Centre:

  • over 1000 locations worldwide
  • onsite instructions
  • a test-taker guide

If you choose online using the Kryterion Webassessor testing platform:

  • requires a webcam – a laptop webcam can be used, an external camera is not required
  • requires internet connectivity with 1 Mbps upload, 1 Mbps download, jitter <50ms, ping <200ms
  • use the tool to determine your internet speed and reliability
  • online instructions
  • a test-taker guide

If you think your connection might be unreliable, we recommend you choose a testing centre instead. An unreliable connection may cause you to be expelled from the exam.

Exam Preparation

  • MuleSoft Certified Developer – Level 1 (Mule 4) DELTA exam takers can best prepare by taking the instructor-led Anypoint Platform Development: Mule 4 for Mule 3 Users course
  • candidates should be familiar with all the course content and be able to apply it before taking the exam

Exam Topics

In the topics below, DEV:443 refers to the instructor-led version of the Anypoint Platform Development: Mule 4 for Mule 3 Users course, while DEV:DIY4 refers to the MCD – Level 1 / Development Fundamentals (Mule 4) Self-Assessment Quiz & DIY Exercises materials.

The MuleSoft Certified Developer – Level 1 (Mule 4) DELTA exam demonstrates proficiency in the following tasks:

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Accessing and Modifying Mule Events

  • describe the Mule event data structure
  • use transformers to set event payloads, attributes, and variables
  • write DataWeave expressions to access and modify event payloads, attributes, and variables
  • enrich Mule events using target parameters
  • DEV:443 Module 1
  • DEV:DIY4 Exercise 6-1, 7-1, and 7-2
  • about Mule Event
  • set Payload
  • set Variable
  • about the Transform Component
  • about DataWeave
  • Logger Component Example
  • Enriching Data with Target Parameters
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Structuring Mule Applications

  • parameterise an application using property placeholders
  • define and reuse global configurations in an application
  • break an application into multiple flows using private flows, subflows, and the Flow Reference component
  • specify what data (payload, attributes, variables) is persisted between flows when a Flow Reference is used
  • specify what data is persisted between flows when a Mule event crosses a connection boundary
  • specify what data exists in a flow before and after a call in the middle of a flow to an external resource
  • DEV:443 Module 1
  • DEV:443 Module 2
  • DEV:DIY4 Exercise 7-1 and 7-2
  • To Configure Property Placeholders for Mule Apps
  • Global Elements
  • Flow and Subflow Components
  • About Flow Ref
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Building API Implementation Interfaces

  • manually create a RESTful interface for a Mule application
  • generate a REST Connector from a RAML specification
  • describe the features and benefits of APIkit
  • use APIkit to create implementation flows from a RAML file
  • describe how requests are routed through flows generated by APIkit
  • DEV:DIY4 Exercise 4-1
  • Converting a RAML to a Connector Using REST Connect
  • Workflow: Creating Testing, and Implementing an API
  • HTTP Request Configuration Reference: Adding Custom Parameters
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Routing Events

  • use the Choice router to route events based on conditional logic
  • use the Scatter-Gather router to multicast events
  • validate data using the Validation module
  • DEV:443 Module 4
  • DEV:DIY4 Exercise 9-1
  • Choice Router
  • DataWeave Operators
  • Flow Control in DataWeave
  • About Scatter-Gather
  • Validation Module
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Handling Errors

  • describe the default error handling in a Mule application
  • define a custom global default error handler for an application and identify in what situations it will be used
  • compare and contrast how the On Error Continue and On Error Propagate scopes work
  • create one or more error handlers for a flow
  • use the Try scope to specify error handlers for one or more event processors
  • describe the data structure of the Mule Error object
  • map errors to custom application errors
  • DEV:443 Module 5
  • DEV:DIY4 Exercise 10-1
  • Introduction to Mule 4: Error Handlers
  • About Error Handling
  • About On-Error Scopes
  • Try Scope
  • About the Mule Error
  • Introduction to Mule 4: Error Mapping
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Transforming Data with DataWeave

  • write DataWeave scripts to convert JSON, XML, and Java data structures to different data structures and data types
  • use DataWeave functions
  • define and use DataWeave variables, functions, and modules
  • define and use custom data types
  • apply correct DataWeave syntax to coerce data types
  • apply correct DataWeave syntax to format strings, numbers, and dates
  • call Mule flows from a DataWeave script
  • DEV:443 Module 6
  • DEV:DIY4 Exercise 11-1
  • Data Formats Supported by DataWeave
  • Defining DataWeave Functions
  • Creating Custom Modules and Mappings
  • About DataWeave Variables
  • Using lookup To Call External Flows
  • About Type Coercion with DataWeave
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Using Connectors

  • retrieve data from a Database using the Database connector
  • create parameterized SQL queries for the Database connector
  • retrieve data from a REST service using the HTTP Request operation or a REST Connector
  • use a Web Service Consumer connector to consume a SOAP web service
  • use the Transform Message component to pass arguments to a SOAP web service
  • list, read, and write local files using the File connector
  • list, read, and write remote files using the FTP connector
  • use the JMS connector to publish and listen for JMS messages
  • DEV:443 Module 1
  • DEV:443 Module 3
  • DEV:443 Module 7
  • DEV:DIY4 Exercise 4-1, 8-1, 12-1, and 12-2
  • Database Connector
  • About the File Connector
  • About the FTP Connector
  • About the JMS Connector
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Processing Records

  • list and compare and contrast the methods for processing individual records in a collection
  • explain how Mule events are processed by the For Each scope
  • use the For Each scope to process records
  • explain how Mule events are processed by the Batch Job scope
  • use a Batch Job with Batch Steps and a Batch Aggregator to process records
  • use the Scheduler component to trigger a flow
  • use connector listeners to trigger flows
  • describe the features, benefits, and process to use automatic watermarking vs. manual watermarking
  • use connectors with automatic watermarking capabilities
  • persist data between flow executions using the Object Store
  • DEV:443 Module 7
  • DEV:DIY4 Exercise 13-1
  • For Each Scope
  • About Batch Job
  • Scheduler Endpoint (Trigger)
  • To Trigger a Flow When a New File is Created or Modified
  • Database Connector Documentation Reference: On Table Row Listener
  • Object Store Connector
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Debugging and Troubleshooting Mule Applications

  • use breakpoints to inspect a Mule event during runtime
  • install missing Maven dependencies
  • read and decipher Mule log error messages
  • DEV:DIY4 Exercise 6-1 and Walkthrough
  • DEV:DIY4 all exercises
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Deploying and Managing APIs and Integrations

  • package Mule applications for deployment
  • deploy applications to CloudHub
  • use CloudHub properties to ensure deployment success
  • create and deploy API proxies
  • connect an API implementation to API Manager using autodiscovery
  • use policies, including client ID enforcement, to secure an API
  • create SLA tiers and apply SLA based policies
  • DEV:DIY4 Exercise 5-1 and 5-2
  • Deploying to CloudHub
  • Configuring API Autodiscovery in a Mule 4 Application
  • About Policies
  • To Apply a Policy and SLA Tier

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