You can create integration apps to meet your integration needs. In a complex project, you can create multiple integration apps for different integration scenarios. On the Integration apps page, you can create, configure, rename, export, import, and delete apps.
The options displayed in the Operation column vary by app status as follows:
The debugging feature in the standalone console manipulates a certain version of the current integration app. You can still configure the current app after minimizing the test window.
|View, rename, copy, configure, export, and stop the app.
|View, rename, export, configure, publish, and delete the app.
|View, configure, rename, publish, and delete the app.
|Vew, configure, rename, and export the app, perform an app test and a unit test, and exit the debug mode.
Create an integration app as follows:
View the details or modify the configuration of an app as follows:
Rename a modified app as follows for easier identification:
To share an integration app with another account or change the project of an app (currently, you cannot directly perform such operations), you can use the import and export features.
An integration app that is not running can be deleted.
The data of a deleted app cannot be recovered. Therefore, export the data for backup or check whether the data is needed before deleting an app.
You can zoom in/out the canvas as needed.
Documents are provided to help you get started with integration and creating integration apps. The documents describe the concepts and feature modules of integration apps.
You can quickly view the connections, security gateways, general storages, and global variables under the current project by clicking the corresponding feature module to enter the details page.
On this page, you can quickly add, delete, and edit connections, security gateways, general storages, and global variables. You can also click >> to return to the Integration apps page.