Celigo Fundamentals: integrator.io Basics

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Fundamentals: integrator.io Basics

After successfully logging in to the account we are directed to the homepage of the account. In this page we can see all the integrations including the health of that integrations. Each integration in the home page is called Tiles. So, each Tiles represents different Integrations.

Each tile contains:

  1. Status:

At the top of the Tile, we can see the Status of the Integration.

Here the status is Success, which means the integrations are running without any errors. 

If any error exists in the integration, the status message will be Errors with the error count/s in the last 30 days.

If the connection in the integration is not working then the status message will be Connection down.

  1. Name of the integration:

In the middle of the tile, shows the name of the integration. Since an account has many Integrations, the name helps to identify and differentiate the integration.

  1. Number of Flows:

In the bottom right, shows the count of active Flows within the integration. This count is not the total number of flows but only the flows which are active at the moment. This flow count is only shown if it is a Custom Integration.

If the flow is an inbuilt flow, then instead of the number of active flows, it will be an Integration App.

At the top left of the home page, we have the tools menu and links to different resources with in the account. 

  1. Home: 

Directs to the Home page from any page.

  1. Tools: 

In the tools menu we can build flows (Flow builder) or set up the data loader (Data loader) or test within the integratorio (Dev playground) .

  1. Resource: 

Shows different resources within the account. Resources contains Connections, Imports, Exports, Scripts, Agents, Stacks, Recycle bin.

  1. Help:

Help section contains Help center helps and assistance, What’s new for information about the Updates and features of integratorio. Submit ticket for submitting support tickets. 

  1. Celigo University:

Celigo University provide the tutorials and information about Celigo

  1. Marketplace:

Marketplace helps to view pre built integrations and templates. Each Tiles in the Marketplace represents different systems that have templates or pre-built integrations apps for. From the list we can take the example of Netsuite.When we select Netsuite Integration, we get,

Here we can see a collection of Integration apps and Templates. Integration apps are prebuilt managed integrations that hold their own subscriptions. These are maintained by the developer of the integration app and they provide the updates. To use this one should have the subscription for that integration app.  

Templates help the integration between two systems. Here we have the template for 3PL Central – NetSuite. Similarly, we can find many other templates. These are free to install and can be changed however as the user desires. If we click the Install button, we can see all the components, dataflows, exports, imports that are part of this integration and what type of connections are being used.