LABS GALLERY: Jitterbit 3.0 Makes Quick Work of Integrating Disparate Apps, Data Sources

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LABS GALLERY: Jitterbit 3.0 Makes Quick Work of Integrating Disparate Apps, Data Sources

LABS GALLERY: Jitterbit 3.0 Makes Quick Work of Integrating Disparate Apps, Data SourcesBy Jason Brooks

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Dependent Objects

The Jitterbit client made it easy for me to track the dependencies between the elements of my integration project.

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E-Mail Alerts

I could set up e-mail messages and trigger them at any point in my integration operations.

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More E-Mail Alerts

Here you can see my test e-mail alert in action.

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Jitterbit Workflow

The Jitterbit client provides graphical representations of its integration operations.

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Scheduling

After assembling my integration operations, I could schedule them to run from the Jitterbit server.

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Run Times

After setting up a schedule, I confirmed the times that my operation would run.

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New Operation

Kicking off a new integration operation starts with a dummy diagram to fill out.

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Permissions

I used Jitterbit 3.0 Enterprise MX to create users and groups, and to parcel out certain access rights to my project.

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Source Structure

I had to specify the structure of my fixed-width text file manually.

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Data Mapping

With my data structure defined, I set out to map the fields from my text file source to my database target.

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Web Services

I could tap a Web service as a source by providing the service's WSDL file.

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