What more you can do in Boost.space Integrator

Exploring Advanced Options in Boost.space Integrator Scenarios

In this article, you will learn what other settings you can perform on the scenario after it’s created.


  1. Firstly open the Integrator and then click on “Scenarios“.
  2. Opening an existing scenario will take you to a page where you can find detailed information about it.
  3. This is the homepage of the scenario. Here you will find specific information about the scenario. Clicking on the scenario takes you to a page where the scenario can be edited.
  4. The first thing you see is a “Diagram” button, a visual representation of the scenario. It’s the same as in the script editor.
  5. In the “History” you will find an overview of the history of the scenario, including all its edits. It also provides the scenario execution history of each run, which includes the following:
    – Status of each run (success or error)
    – Run duration
    -Number of operations
    -Size of data transfer
    -Link to more detailed information
  6. The “Incomplete executions” button provides information about any incomplete executions of the scenario. It includes the following information for each incomplete run:
    – Date created
    – Size of data transfer
    – Retry
    – Resolved
    – Number of attempts
  7. The ON/OFF button turns the scenario ON to activate or OFF to inactivate. Once it is turned on, the scenario will run according to its schedule.
  8. The “Edit” button will open up the scenario editor, where you can edit your scenario.
  9. The “Options” button provides you with extra options without having to open up the scenario editor. These include:
    – Rename
    – Clone
    – Delete
  10. When you click on the “Scheduling“, the schedule settings will open. This panel lets you adjust the running schedule of the scenario. By default, a scenario runs every 15 minutes, but within this panel, you can customize the run schedule and the interval.
  11. When choosing any of these options, you may have to further define how often you want the run to occur. For example, if you select the “At regular intervals” option you must define the time interval (in minutes) between two consecutive scenario runs. The “Immediately” option is available only for some triggers.
  12. Click on “show advanced settings“.
  13. To define the time range in which an activated scenario runs, check the “Show advanced settings” box and fill in the Start and End date.