- What’s new
- Connectors simplified
- Added Subdomain setting to the Workday API connection
- Support OAuth 1.0 authentication for Magento 2 connector
- Platform 1 version labels updated for Ware2Go connector
- Functional improvements in the Google BigQuery connector
- New iClient grant type authorization for PKCE
- Updated endpoints
ABBYY is a provider of OCR (optical character recognition) and document processing solutions. The software offers several APIs for different purposes, including OCR, data extraction, document conversion, and more.
Establish an ABBYY connection in your flows to integrate with:
- Invoice parsing (accounts payable and invoice processing) – To eliminate the cumbersome process of manually inputting the data into your ERP platform, Excel sheets, or any other software program.
- Purchase order reader – ABBYY helps Wholesale, eCommerce, and Retail businesses to automate their order fulfillment and procurement processes. By extracting data from PDF documents, manual data entry workflows instantly become time and cost-efficient.
- Intelligent document classification – ABBYY's document classification capabilities can be integrated to automatically categorize documents based on their content, layout, or metadata. This can streamline document management processes, making it easier to organize and retrieve documents and automate workflows based on document types.
ActiveMQ is an open-source message broker that provides messaging capabilities for applications. It is part of the Apache Software Foundation's project portfolio. ActiveMQ supports multiple messaging protocols, including the Java Message Service (JMS) API, Advanced Message Queuing Protocol (AMQP), and Message Queuing Telemetry Transport (MQTT).
As a message broker, ActiveMQ facilitates the exchange of messages between different applications, systems, or components. It acts as an intermediary, receiving messages from senders and delivering them to the intended receivers. This decoupling of sender and receiver enables asynchronous communication, where messages can be produced and consumed independently of each other.
Establish an ActiveMQ connection in your flows to integrate with:
- Point-to-point messaging – Supports the queuing model, where messages are sent to and consumed from specific queues. Each message is consumed by a single consumer
- Publish-Subscribe messaging – Supports the publish-subscribe model, where messages are published to topics and consumed by multiple subscribers. Each message is received by all subscribers
- Message persistence – Allows messages to be stored persistently in a message store, ensuring reliable delivery even in the event of system failures
Freightview is a cloud-based transportation management system (TMS) that allows businesses to streamline their shipping processes.
Establish a Freightview connection in your flows to:
- Export data out of Freightview so that you can move that data to other applications
- Import data into Freightview so that you can enrich your application with additional data
- Search for specific data in Freightview and move that data to other applications
RabbitMQ is a popular open-source message broker that enables the integration of various systems and applications by facilitating asynchronous communication between them.
Establish a RabbitMQ connection in your flows to:
- Create and manage exchanges – To create and manage different types of exchanges such as direct, fanout, topic, and headers. You can use this capability to programmatically create and manage exchanges to suit your messaging requirements. For example, you can create a fanout exchange to broadcast messages to multiple queues.
- Declare and manage queues – To declare queues, set properties such as durability and maximum message length, and bind them to exchanges. This allows you to automate the creation and management of queues based on the application's needs.
- Bind and unbind queues: To bind queues to exchanges and specify routing keys for message routing. You can create and remove bindings between exchanges and queues dynamically, facilitating flexible message routing and exchange-to-queue mappings.
Databricks is a unified analytics platform that provides a collaborative environment for data science, data engineering, and machine learning.
Establish a Databricks connection in your flows for:
- ETL: Databricks simplifies data integration and transformation tasks by providing a platform for data engineers to build and automate Extract, Transform, Load (ETL) processes.
- Real-time streaming analytics: Databricks enables real-time analytics on streaming data by integrating with tools like Apache Kafka and Apache Flink.
- Data warehousing and analytics: Databricks can serve as a data warehouse for storing and querying structured and semi-structured data.
Oracle Autonomous Database is a cloud database that automatically tunes, secures, and manages data using machine learning. It is completely automated and performs these tasks without human intervention.
Establish an Oracle Autonomous Database connection in your flows to:
- Source data from multiple applications into a single database
- Improve access to business insights through access to real-time data
- Load and extract data securely within minutes
This release includes enhanced connectors for the applications listed below. The migration is automatic; you don’t have to make any changes to use your existing connections.
- 3PL Central
- Adobe Sign
- Exact ERP
- Google BigQuery
- Microsoft Power Automate
- SAP S/4HANA Cloud
- Zoho Expense
Added Subdomain setting to the Workday API connection
The Subdomain setting is introduced in the Workday API connection. You can now provide your subdomain of the Workday account environment, depending on the domain you’re connecting to. For example, if you sign in at https://wd2-impl-services1.workday.com/ccx/, your subdomain is wd2-impl-services1.
Support OAuth 1.0 authentication for Magento 2 connector
The OAuth 1.0 authentication type is now introduced in the prebuilt Magento 2 connector. For more information, see Set up an OAuth 1.0 connection to Magento 2.
Platform 1 version labels updated for Ware2Go connector
The Username and Password labels that appear when you select the Platform version as Platform 1 are now updated to Access token and Access secret respectively. For more information, see Set up a connection to Ware2Go.
Functional improvements in the Google BigQuery connector
In Google BigQuery you can now:
- Search for a specific project ID, dataset, table, or field to add to your query
- Use lookups to find data
- Refresh your data to get new updates automatically
- Use Mapper 2.0 to map imported records
- Use any dataset and table name, regardless of what you used in your connection
New iClient grant type authorization for PKCE
When connecting to your chosen applications, both Proof Key for Code Exchange (PKCE) grant types are now supported in iClients, ensuring your authentication flows meet the highest standards of security and compliance.
We’ve added API resources and/or version updates to all of the following prebuilt connectors:
- Amazon Seller Central: updating Merchant Fulfillment API operations for revising shipments, in compliance with Amazon’s requirement to use the Tokens API and Restricted Data Token (RDT) when retrieving Personally Identifiable Information (PII)
- Concur Expense and Concur Invoice: added User Provisioning Service endpoints
- Pinecone: added Query endpoint