This document shows an example of what needs to be done in BMC RemedyForce to make it integration-ready with ONEiO. Note also, that the amount of fields used in integrations might vary. The document also describes what ONEiO needs to be able to send messages to the RemedyForce instance.
Currently the integration supports three processes: Incident, Service Request and Change Request. More processes can be added on demand.
For any questions related to setting up the integration, please send mail to firstname.lastname@example.org.
Sending from RemedyForce to ONEiO
Access from ONEiO to RemedyForce
ONEiO accesses RemedyForce with using SalesForce REST API.
ONEiO connected app for BMC RemedyForce
Install the package from this LINK (version 1.4)
Select to install for All Users
Approve 3rd party access
After the installation, ONEiO Configuration needs to be added.
Click + from the top menu
Select SF Configuration
And set the username and password. You can get these from ONEiO UI ("Configuration" → "Flow Configuration"). Select also the ONEiO environment where to send the outbound messages.
Sending from ONEiO to RemedyForce
Create Integration user to RemedyForce
Add integration user to RemedyForce. This user is used be able to create and update the entities that are integrated.
Access from RemedyForce to ONEiO
To call Salesforce or Remedyforce REST API, is necessary to obtain a sessionID to do that you need to use OAuth2 authentication (more information).
Set the url and credentials to ONEiO
- URL https://[YOUR-INSTANCE]/services/apexrest/ServiceFlowRest
- As password you need to input the password of the account in use + the accounts personal security token (token can be reset from RemedyForce My Settings → Personal → Reset My Security Token)
In addition, the integration needs the consumer key and consumer secret to authenticate. This info can be retrieved from ServiceFlowRemedyForce connected app properties. Please contact email@example.com to set these in place.
Mandatory fields in the messages to RemedyForce
To create or update a record in RemedyForce, you need to include element request.sf_entity_type to the message towards RemedyForce. Possible values are Incident, Service_Request or Change_Request