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Applications in MindConnect Integration

MindConnect Integration enables you to create Integrations between Software as a Service (SaaS) and MindSphere. A set of predefined and configurable applications are provided, for example, Applicability Statement, Alfabet, Amazon DynamoDB, Amazon Kinesis, Amazon Simple Storage Service (S3), and so on.

Applications allow you to connect to the particular SaaS providers.

Application

You can also create SOAP and REST applications from this page.

Create SOAP application:

To create a SOAP application, proceed as follows:

  1. Navigate to the left window and select " SOAP Applications".
  2. Click "Add New Application".
  3. Fill the details of the three sections:
    • Select type
    • Edit details
    • Confirm
  4. Click "Finish" to complete the creation.

Create REST application:

To create a REST Application, proceed as follows:

  1. Navigate to the left window and select "{...} REST Applications".
  2. Click "Add New Application".
  3. Fill the details of the three sections:
    • Define application
    • Define resources
    • Confirm application
  4. Click "Finish" to complete the creation.

Work with application

From the "Applications" page, you can create accounts and operations for an application and integrations between different SaaS applications.

To create or edit an application, you can click "Accounts", "Operations", or "Integrations".

For REST applications, the "Documents Types" link allows you to create new document types. Document types created for a REST application appear only in the "Document Types" panel for the selected REST application. If you have the required access permissions, you can also click the "Upgrade" button to upgrade application assets ("Accounts", "Operations", and the associated "Integrations") from a lower to a higher version.

To use an application, you are required to agree to the summary of terms. Click "I agree" to use the application.

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Last update: March 9, 2022