The Activity Logs are used to track when users create, update, or delete any entity within the project, along with their creation date and time.
Activity Logs are turned off by default, but you can enable them.
API (Application Programming Interface)
In simple terms, an API or Application Programming Interface, is a set of protocols and rules that allows different software systems to communicate and share information with each other.
API Keys are used to authenticate and authorize the Dynamic Pipe requests. They confirm the identity of the user and what actions they are permitted to perform.
Auto Pilot Mode
Schedules are configured in Schedule Manager. Once configured, Auto Mode can be enabled to run the pipes/workflows at scheduled intervals.
The Batch pipe is used to schedule a flow to run in scheduled intervals.
To authenticate and authorize the systems from Integrator to make the API Calls. It requires API Credentials.
The console logs all the lines of API transactions as a file to review in detail if any failure occurred. The files can also be downloaded for internal review.
It is disabled by default and you can enable it, if needed,
The Dynamic pipe is used to run a Flow when called from other systems.
Email Failure Alerts
These emails are sent if an error occurs during the data-synchronization.
The Exchange contains ready-to-use templates that can be used to integrate data between one or more systems without re-building integrations from scratch..
These pre-built templates can be used and reused across multiple Projects or re-configured based on the users’ needs. They act as a base arrangement, containing default field mapping, basic flow structures, and standard pipe settings.
Flows are a set of statements like pseudocode, written using simplified language, for implementing integrations.
Flows act as a neural schema for system integration, carrying out the whole integration process end to end. The flow is responsible for handling business logic, making API calls to the targeted system, formatting and validating data, logging transactions and so on.
Flows are created by developing a logical program sequence using lines of code-representation known as Handlers. Handlers form the backbone of every Flow.