integrator.io allows you to clone integrations and data flows. Use cloning if you want to keep the original flow or integration unchanged while modifying the configuration settings of a duplicate version of it.
Note: You can't clone shared integrations or shared data flows.
Clone an Integration
Use the following steps to clone an integration:
- Make sure you're in the environment from which you'd like to clone either an integration or a flow.
- Open the integration tile you want to clone.
- Click Clone Integration.
The Clone integration page displays a list of all cloned items contained within the new integration.
Name: Enter a unique name for the clone. Make sure that this is unique enough that you can identify it later. You can always rename your integration tile or flow outside of the cloning process.
Environment: Select the Production or Sandbox radio button. This is the environment that you will clone to.
At the bottom of the list of cloned integration components, click Clone Integration.
Configure the cloned integration
Depending on the integration, you must complete one or more steps to configure the cloned instance of the integration. Connections are not copied into the cloned integration, so you'll need to configure the connections for any app connectors.
For each connector, click the Configure link, then provide the requisite information for the connection and test your connection. See our Connector solutions for help setting up connections for particular connectors.
Once you've successfully configured your connections, the Integration details page will open, showing all of your data flows. Here, you can turn flows off and on, schedule them, run them, and modify their field mapping.
Clone a flow
Use the following steps to clone a data flow:
- Open the integration tile that contains the flow you want to clone.
- On the Flows dashboard, find the flow you want to clone, and in the Actions column, click the elipses (...).
- Click Clone flow.
The Clone flow page displays a list of components included in the duplicate flow.
Name: Enter a unique name for the clone.
Environment: Select the Production or Sandbox radio button.
Integration: Select the integration tile you want to save the cloned flow into. You can also move a flow into an integration after cloning the flow.
You may also see an option for Standalone Flows. If you're not ready to put your flow in a particular integration, you can add it here. It will then be accessible from the Standalone Flows tile in the Home page.
At the bottom of the list of cloned flow components, click Clone flow.
Configure the cloned flow
Depending on the flow, you must complete one or more steps to configure the cloned instance of the flow. Connections are not copied into the cloned flow, so you'll need to configure the connections for any app connectors.
Once you've successfully configured your connections, the cloned data flow is stored the integration tile you selected while cloning.