Flow

With a simple and intuitive design, the Flow screen helps you create and develop your integration flows in a low-code format.

flowScreen

The Flow screen contains:

  • A canvas with an editing menu;

  • The integration flow’s name and version;

  • Menu options.

Canvas

You will build the integration flow on the canvas, which has an editing menu with all the tools you need:

  • Description: add the integration flow’s description;

  • Environment variables: open the form to register environment variables for the current integration flow;

  • Steps: add the steps that will make up the integration flow.

Steps

Steps are components of the integration flow with different functions. There is no limit to the quantity of steps that an integration flow can have.

By default, you will see the Start and End steps on the canvas, which mark the beginning and the end of the integration flow, respectively.

All of the steps have to be configured individually through their respective configuration forms. To access the forms, click the step on the canvas, then click the editing icon that will appear over it. On the right of the editing icon, you will see the trash can icon to delete the selected step.

The following types of steps are available in the editing menu:

The trigger starts the execution of the integration flow and automatically replaces the Start on the canvas.

General tools perform operations with data within the integration flow.

Connectors connect to third-party applications by making calls to the corresponding endpoints via HTTP methods.

Menu options

The menu at the top right of the screen contains the following options:

  • gearIcon: access the two options below:

    • deployment icon Deployments: access the Deployments screen and check the status of your integration flows;

    • trash can icon Delete: delete the integration flows you created.

  • SAVE: save all the changes you made in the integration flow;

  • NEW DEPLOY: deploy your integration flow;

  • TEST MODE: use test mode to execute your integration flow before the deployment.

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