- Learn about Integration Lifecycle Management
- Manage integration lifecycles
Below are the most common terms and phrases used when discussing integration lifecycles. It's important to remember these terms since they'll be used often throughout the ILM documentation.
|A clone is an identical copy of an integration that you can modify independent of the original integration.
|Conflicts are competing changes between your current integration and the remote integration.
|A current integration is an integration that you work on and into which you pull changes from a remote integration.
|When you merge integrations, you accept changes and update resources from the remote integration to your current integration. Merge is a part of a pull.
|An original/source integration is an integration from which you create a copy or a clone.
|pageGenerators (PG or Exports)
|Exports are called pageGenerators (PG) in the JSON structure of your integration flow.
|When you pull from a remote integration, you compare the fetched data and merge changes into your current integration.
|pageProcessors (PP or Imports)
|Imports and Lookups are called pageProcessors (PP) in the JSON structure of your integration flow.
|A remote integration is an integration from which you’re pulling changes.
|A resource is any import, export, flow, script, or another part of an integration.
|If you restore your integration, you’re recovering a previous revision and rolling back to it.
|A revert undoes changes and allows you to roll back to a previous revision. You can roll back to any previous pull, snapshot, or revert revision.
|A revision can be any of the following types: snapshot, pull, or revert.
|A sandbox environment is available for testing. If your integrator.io doesn’t include a sandbox, you can test in your existing environment or contact Celigo to learn more about adding a sandbox.
|A snapshot is a copy of an integration state that you create at any point to use as a backup when required.
|A source/original integration is an integration from which you create a copy or a clone.