Find answers to some of the most common questions in webMethods.io Integration.
How can I delete my project?
To delete a project, follow the steps given below:
Locate the project you want to delete.
Click on the vertical ellipsis icon (or three tiny dots) located beside the project name and click Delete.
Can I share my project with other users?
No. The feature is not currently available.
I am unable to create a project with a project name Default. Please help.
In each tenant, a system-generated Default project is already available. You cannot create another project with the same name.
I am unable to create a project. What could be the issue?
This could be due to one of the following reasons:
- You have been assigned a ‘Billing manager’ role. This role does not have access to create a project.
- You have been assigned a ‘custom role’. Users with custom role cannot create a project.
- You do not have the required permission to create projects.
Can a user with custom role create, update, or delete a project?
No. A user with custom role cannot create a new project, nor can the user update or delete the accessible projects.
Connectors and Developer Tools
Where can I find the list of connectors supported by webMethods.io Integration and information on the Account configuration fields?
You can find the list of connectors supported by webMethods.io Integration under the Connectors section. You can also create custom web connectors using the Connector Builder.
Click here to see some of the most common scenarios you may come across while configuring an Account.
Click here for information on the Account configuration fields.
What is the maximum size for object storage in Flow Store and Account Store?
The maximum data size for a single object in Flow Store and Account Store is 5 KB.
Can I call one workflow from another workflow?
Yes, you can do this by using the the Run Flow action.
Can I build my own actions?
Does my workflow gets timed out after a certain period?
Yes. The default timeout period for every workflow is 3 minutes.
Does my workflow has any memory limit?
Yes. Default memory limit for your workflow is 256 MB.
Can I submit my workflows to webMethods.io Integration Recipe?
Yes. Click here to learn how to do it.
How can I delete my existing triggers and accounts?
You can delete accounts created under a specific project by navigating to the Configurations > Workflow > Connections page.
You can also delete the triggers set up under a specific project by navigating to the Configurations > Workflow > Triggers page.
What if I don’t find the connector, action, or trigger I need?
If you do not find a specific connector, action, or trigger, you can either create them yourself using the Node.js block (for creating actions) or Connector Builder (for creating connectors, actions, and triggers) features.
Alternatively, you can get in touch with Global Support with your requirements. We will add the required connectors/actions/triggers for you in no time.
What are FlowServices?
The FlowServices feature enables you to create complex integrations that require advanced data transformation and custom logic implementation. Here you can easily build a FlowService by adding steps and selecting the constructs including Connectors, Controls, FlowServices, and Services from within the steps. The FlowServices editor is visually enhanced to offer ease of use and is very interactive. FlowServices currently supports a wide range of connectors and comes with several built-in services that makes your job easier. FlowServices provide you with rich data mapping capabilities, a familiar debugging mechanism, a large collection of built-in services, and more.
A FlowService mainly has two parts:
- FlowService signature
- FlowService steps
What are the differences between Workflows and FlowServices?
Workflows and FlowServices enable you to automate and optimize tasks based on a set of predefined rules and business logic. These features give you the power to connect apps, devices, and on-premises systems with only clicks and zero code. Although Workflows and FlowServices help you to accomplish the same goal, there are significant differences between both the features.
Click here for information on the differences between Workflows and FlowServices.
How do I enable FlowServices?
Click here for information on how to enable the FlowServices capability.
What is Smart Mapping?
Smart mapping provides you with recommendations while mapping the pipeline data and utilizes a series of algorithms to determine the likely accuracy of a given suggestion, enabling you to toggle between high, medium, and low levels of mapping confidence. A Machine Learning (ML) algorithm is applied to provide the suggestions. The ML algorithm learns from the mappings you create and provides suggestions automatically to map similar fields. The algorithm benefits from having more data from more number of users.
Click here to learn more.
What are Conditional Constructs?
Conditional steps are those steps that perform different actions based on the result of evaluated conditions/expressions. Types of conditional constructs include:
What are Transformers?
The purpose of transformers is to accomplish multiple data transformations on the pipeline data in a single step as compared to using normal steps one after another. Transformers are services that are inserted into and run within a Transform Pipeline step. Transformers act as a collection of normal steps embedded in a single Transform Pipeline step.
Click here to know more about transformers.
How do I create a FlowService?
Click here for information on how to create a FlowService.
How can I trigger the execution of a FlowService from an external system?
webMethods.io Integration allows you to trigger the execution of a FlowService from an external system. This option provides you with another way to trigger FlowService executions from a software application, for example, a REST client, apart from manual and scheduled executions from the user interface.
Click here to know more.
How do I debug a FlowService?
Click here for information on how to debug a FlowService.
How do I edit an existing trigger?
You can edit an existing trigger from the workflow in which it is being used or can edit it from a project by navigating to Configurations > Workflow > Triggers tab.
Click here to know how to do it.
How to add conditions in triggers?
You can add conditions in triggers by using ‘Filters’ option located at the bottom of the Trigger Output Data screen, while configuring the trigger.
Know more about Conditions.
Why some of my triggers take longer time to execute?
Some triggers constantly check for updates in the external services and run in real time, whereas some triggers check for updates in external services periodically, for example, every five minutes, and hence take more time. The second type of triggers are called Polling triggers and can be identified by the clock sign given beside the trigger service icon.
Is it possible to change trigger settings for only a specific workflow even if the trigger is connected to multiple workflows?
No, if a trigger is being used in multiple workflows, then any changes made to it will be reflected in all the workflows it is being used in. If you don’t want to change the trigger settings for the rest of the workflows, then it’s advised that you create a new trigger.
How do I delete an existing trigger?
You can delete an existing trigger from a particular workflow it is being used in, via the Workflow Settings panel. If you want to delete the trigger permanently from the project, you can do so by navigating to the Configurations > Workflow > Triggers tab.
Click here to know more about it.
How do I secure my webhooks?
You can secure your webhooks by adding basic authentication or appending authentication tokens to webhooks.
See Webhook to learn more about it.
Can I change the webhook URL link for my workflow?
You can not change the webhook URL link manually; however, you can regenerate the webhook URL for an existing workflow by clicking the Reset Webhook icon in the webhook configuration window.
How to use webhook as a trigger?
You can use webhook as a trigger by providing the webhook URL link to third-party applications.
Click here to know more about it.
How can I retrieve the response of my workflow through webhook?
You can use Return Data on Sync Webhook action in your workflow to send the response of the workflow to the webhook.
How to use AND operator to set up a condition?
You can use AND operator when you want the workflow to proceed only if all the specified conditions are met.
Click here to know how to set up multiple conditions using AND operator.
How to use OR operator to set up a condition?
You can use OR operator when you want the workflow execution to proceed if any of the specified condition is met.
Click here to know how to set up multiple conditions using ‘OR’ operator.
How to define multiple conditions that work like If-Else statement?
You can use Switch action to define multiple possible execution paths for your workflow. With Switch action, you can add one or more cases. Each case contains one or more conditions and a next step that will be performed if the defined conditions are met. The action also includes a Default case that specifies the action to be executed if none of the condition is met.
Click here to know more about using Switch statement in your workflow.
Who can view the audit log screen?
The audit logs screen is available only for Admin and Owner of the project. If you have been assigned a custom role by the tenant admin/owner, you cannot see the audit logs.
Where do I get information about webMethods.io Integration iPaaS Security?
Why does webMethods.io Integration uses OPTIONS method?
The OPTIONS method is open for webMethods.io Integration as this is required to run the site. As this is a REST API implementation, the application requires the OPTIONS method to be available for AJAX calls to work.