Understanding the GUI

Get to know the webMethods.io Integration dashboard from where you can create and manage projects, monitor tenant activities, navigate to recipes, switch between environments and apps, see account notifications, and manage your profile and settings with ease.

Components

Before you start with creating custom Workflows and FlowServices, let’s first get you familiarized with the webMethods.io Integration GUI. webMethods.io Integration home screen is the first screen that you will see after logging in to your tenant. The home screen is the best way to get an overview of your tenant and overall usage.

Here are the main components that make up the webMethods.io Integration home screen:

Projects

A project corresponds to a folder or container for organizing your assets. For example, when you create a Workflow or a FlowService inside a project, all the configurations related to that Workflow or FlowService are also stored inside the project.

Every tenant, by default, has a default project. You can choose to create additional projects as per your requirements.

When you login to webMethods.io Integration, you are redirected to the Projects screen by default. All projects created under your tenant are listed on this screen.

You can edit or delete any project (except the Default project) by clicking on the vertical ellipsis icon and selecting the Edit or Delete option. Further, you can publish any project by clicking on the vertical ellipsis icon and selecting the Publish Project option.

Read more about Projects.

Monitor

This section lets you track and monitor tenant activities using execution results, create and manage alert rules, and view all activities performed by the users. Click the Monitor option as shown below.

The Monitor tab has three sections located on the left side of the screen. The sections, namely Execution Results, Alert Rules, and General, help you to perform different operations:

  1. The Execution Results category provides a quick overview of the statistics associated with Workflow executions and FlowService executions, along with their respective execution logs.
  2. The Alert Rules category allows you to set automated alert rules for your projects and send notifications to specific users when a Workflow or a FlowService fails or completes execution.
  3. The General category allows you to track the user activity on your tenant through Audit Logs.

Recipes

Recipes are pre-built templates based on the most common integration needs and can significantly reduce the effort required to build a Workflow or a FlowService. You can preview and use Workflow and FlowService recipes for your project by using the Recipes feature.

Click here to know more about Recipes.

Environments

Each webMethods.io Integration tenant comes with a Default environment, which can be used to create projects and add FlowServices and Workflows in it.

You can register new environments and view, switch, and manage existing environments from your tenant home page.

Click here to know more about Environments.

Notifications

Clicking the notification icon will display the list of recent notifications related to your tenant workflows. New notifications are indicated by a red dot on the top of the notification icon.

App switcher

The App Switcher allows you to switch from the webMethods.io Integration platform to other applications including My Cloud with a single click.

Tenant Profile Settings

You can view your profile information, manage settings and log out by clicking on the profile icon located at the top-right corner of the home screen. From here, you can do the following:

Documentation

Click on the question-mark icon to view the following: