The endpoint's main view visualizes all of the endpoints connected to the subscription in ONEiO. The endpoints are arranged in a circular fashion around a center point representing ONEiO. This view is used for up to 16 endpoints and is the primary layout in use.
There is a secondary "List" view option that can be switched with the "Change View" menu. This is also the default view when more the 16 endpoints are in use in the environment.
With ONEiO it is possible to create a complete integration all by yourself. This is possible due to our self-service endpoints, available in the ONEiO marketplace.
The marketplace can be accessed through the "New endpoint" button in the Endpoints view and shows the available self-service endpoints and endpoints that can be supplied by the support team.
To create a new endpoint yourself just choose the endpoint from the list of self-service endpoints and press "Create".
For information on how to set up a particular endpoint please visit our Endpoint Tutorials section of the Help Center.
In addition to self-service endpoints, ONEiO also offers predefined rule sets that can be used to complete a complete integration in minutes instead of weeks.
These are available only for self-service endpoints and can be set up through the "Integrate Endpoints" button in the Endpoints view.
More information on the Integration Robot can be found in this article. (Coming Soon)
The last submenu on the Endpoints view is for endpoints that have been deleted and thus are not in use anymore. You can access that section by clicking on the "Trashcan" symbol on the right.
It brings you to an overview of all deleted endpoints of this environment.
If you want to reactivate an endpoint, you can access the endpoint itself and press the "Restore Endpoint" button in the top right.
When viewing an endpoint the sections presented are generally the same though the information included in them differs depending on the connected system. For this guide, we are using ServiceNow as an example, so some information will be ServiceNow specific.
If you want to see different endpoint types please visit our Help Center section on them.
This tab gives an overview of the endpoint in question plus all needed information for Inbound and Outbound addresses and authentication.
Here you`ll find all information on the Entity Type configures for this endpoint.
Description of an attribute on an Inbound or Outbound payload and can be configured on Entity Type or Message Type level. If an attribute does not have a description, it will be handled as STRING.
This section also includes the ID and External ID attribute which define the ID element of the Inbound and Outbound payload.
More on attributes can be found HERE.
Please write more about entity type, specifically Inbound/Outbound attributes and LookUp rules
You can find more info on entity types and attributes in our article "How do Routing Rules work"
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