Overview:

Connections are the Databases or systems that you want to transfer data between. It can for example be a Microsoft Dynamics NAV system or it can be a Microsoft SQL database. Some Connections are on the database level and some are on a higher business logic level.

 

Common for all Connections is, that they can be used either as source (to read data from) or as destination (to write data to).

 

Add New Connection:

To add a new Connection choose a Connection type in the drop-down list for creating new Connections and click 'Add New Connection'. You can use the search field in the drop-down to quickly find the Connection you are looking for.

Depending on your Rapidi service, you might only see some systems in the drop-down list for creating new Connections; These correspond to the systems that you currently have access to (but restrictions may occur). If you need access to a Connection type and you do not see it, please contact us to get this Connection type added to your service.

 

Connection List:

Once the Connections have been created they will be visible in the list. The header for each connection shows:

- Connection Type

- Icon (RC) indicating if a RapidiConnector is attached to the Connection

- Connection Code

- Description

Furthermore, you have to the far right the possibility to add a comment clicking the 'Comment' icon, get help from the wiki by clicking the '?' icon, and you can finally delete the connection by clicking the 'Trash' icon.

 

Filtering options:

In the filtering menu, you have the options to filter on 'selected/not selected' Connections and you can use the search field to search for connection, description, databasepath, company, servername, server connect, etc.

 

Other features available:

JSON Import

  • To use the import feature please select a JSON file and then click the 'import' button.
  • When the JSON file is imported it will show you how many have been imported and how many it has skipped if they already exist (in the message area on top of the page)
  • After the import, the filter is set to 'Only Selected' to have an immediate view of the transfers imported.

JSON Export

  • The export feature is available under each Tab (Dashboard, Transfers, Schedules, etc.)
  • If you would like to export your entire setup to JSON you can do so via the 'Dashboard'
  • If you go to each Tab (Transfers, Schedules, Groups, Connections, etc.) you will export all your transfers to a JSON file
  • If you only would like to export only specific transfers select the transfers and the click then 'JSON' button 

Print PDF

  • The print feature is available under each Tab (Dashboard, Transfers, Schedules, etc.)
  • If you would like to export and download your entire setup to pdf you can do so via the 'Dashboard'
  • If you go to each Tab (Transfers, Schedules, Groups, Connections, etc.) you will download the setup for this specific area
  • If you only would like to print or export specific transfers select the transfers and the click then 'pdf' button 

 

Please choose the specific connection from the list below to see this particular connection details and parameters.

 

Below is a list of the supported Connection Types:

***(other Connections are supported on project basis, please ask)

 

  1. Getting Started
  2. Documentation
  3. HowTo
  4. Standard Integrations

 

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