To create integrations, you have to grant integrator.io access to your account. The connection gives us access to the info that you want to sync in OpenAir.
Step 1: Get OpenAir API docs, your namespace, and your API key
Note: If you already have the API guide, your namespace, and your key, move ahead to “Step 2: Choose OpenAir.”
To get access to OpenAir’s API, you will need to contact the OpenAir Support Department or your account representative. After they’ve given you access, your will get an API namesapce and an API key. You will need the namespace, the key, and your login credentials to connect to the OpenAir API.
Find out more under “Connecting to the API” in the OpenAir API guide.
Step 2: Choose OpenAir
- Navigate to integrator.io.
- At the top, click Resources > Flow Builder. You will automatically go into Flow Builder.
- Select one of the following:
- Source application: If OpenAir is the app you want to export data from.
- Destination application: If OpenAir is the app you want to import data into.
- Type to search or scroll down to choose OpenAir.
- Choose the other app you want to build your integration with.
- At the top right, click Save and continue. You will move to the connections page.
Step 3: Connect to OpenAir
Name*: Give your connection a name.
- Tip: Make your connection name something that you and other people working on your integrations will recognize in a list of connections.
Connection type*: The form will automatically select OpenAir.
Environment*: Choose either a production or a sandbox environment.
Company ID*: Enter the company ID that was issued to you when your account was set up.
Note: Ensure not to enter a space or special characters in the Company ID field.
User ID*: Enter the user ID that was issued when the account was set up.
Password*: Enter the password you created when your account was set up.
API Namespace*: Enter the namespace that was issued to you when OpenAir granted you API access.
API key*: Enter the API key that was issued to you when OpenAir granted you API access.
Disable strict SSL: When this is checked, expired certifications and other possibly non-secure certifications can be used in this connection.
After all of your info is filled in, you can test the connection before you save. At the bottom right, click Test. If your connection was successful, you will get a success message on your screen. If it failed, you will get a message that says we could not make the connection.
When you’re ready to finish building your flow, click Save.