I have 2 simple files in my project (which is designed to test the new MuleSoft JWT Validation policy).
I have a simple main RAML file in the ‘root’ folder:
#%RAML 1.0 version: v1 title: #removedFromCodeSample baseUri: #removedFromCodeSample uses: jwt: !include traits/jwt.raml /check: get: is: [jwt.jwt] headers: token: string responses: 200: headers: x-oauth-policy: string
and a trait in an external file at traits/jwt.raml
#%RAML 1.0 title: jwt traits: jwt: headers: authorization: description: Bearer <JWT> type: string responses: 400: description: Token was not provided. 401: description: Bad or expired token. To fix, you should re-authenticate the user. 403: description: The client id validation failed. 503: description: Error communicating with JWKS server.
(everything from the word “traits” down is directly copy-pasted from Anypoint’s instructions!)
This is fine in Anypoint Design Center, but when I try to build it in MuleSoft’s Anypoint Studio it throws an error saying that “The included resource /traits/jwt.raml contains errors”
This is obviously attached to the main RAML file that includes the trait file, however there are no errors shown in the trait file itself. When I paste the trait into the main file, it works fine. Is this a problem with the parser/studio application or have I done something wrong in my RAML?