In this section you will learn everything about scenarios - from the start to the finish. In a nutshell, Boost.space scenarios are specific connections between applications, enabling the transfer and transformation of data. These scenarios comprise modules that dictate data flow and processing. The scenario editor provides a user-friendly interface for creating and editing scenarios. Learn how to use filtering to select specific data bundles based on criteria, enhancing data processing efficiency.
Learn about managing and resolving errors in Boost.space Integrator with the "Incomplete executions" feature, designed for efficient troubleshooting of halted scenario executions.
The Boost.space Integrator DevTool enhances debugging by integrating with Chrome Developer Tools, allowing users to inspect scenario operations and API call details for improved app development and troubleshooting.
Creating a scenario in Boost.space Integrator requires four steps: selecting apps, building the scenario, testing it, and activating it for automation tasks.
Boost.space Integrator executes scenarios through phases: initialization, operational cycles with commit/rollback, and finalization, ensuring transactional integrity within a 40-60 minute limit.
The Boost.space Integrator scenario editor facilitates the creation and editing of automation scenarios, featuring elements like modules for process steps, schedule settings for frequency adjustments, and tools for testing and activating scenarios.
The Scenario detail page in Boost.space Integrator provides information on scenario execution, editing options, activation status, and historical data, including operations and data transfer statistics.
In Boost.space Integrator's scenario settings, you can manage sequential processing, confidentiality of data, storing incomplete executions, data loss handling, auto-commit of transactions, commit order, cycle limits, and error thresholds to tailor scenario execution to your needs.
Boost.space Integrator's scheduling feature allows you to define the execution timing of an activated scenario, offering options for immediate, interval, daily, weekly, monthly, specific dates, or on-demand runs, with the ability to set start and end dates for the scenario's active period.
Scenarios in Boost.space Integrator can be either active, running on a schedule, or inactive, running manually. Activate for ongoing tasks and inactivate for one-time executions.
Filters in Boost.space Integrator allow for the selection of data bundles that meet specific criteria, passing only these filtered bundles to subsequent modules in a scenario. This feature is useful for scenarios requiring data that matches certain conditions, such as specific words in posts or emails with attachments.
Boost.space Integrator scenarios process data through a sequence of modules, starting with an event trigger. Success or failure depends on each step's outcome, with detailed insights available for each data bundle processed.
The "History" button in Boost.space Integrator shows details of scenario runs, including date, status, duration, operations, data size, and links to further information. For in-depth analysis, including HTTP requests and responses, Boost.space Integrator DevTool can be used, especially for manual runs or when errors occur during scheduled executions.
To restore a previous scenario version in Boost.space Integrator, open the scenario, click the three dots icon, select "Previous Versions," choose a version, and confirm with "OK." Remember, the restored version must be manually saved.
This article provides a list of keyboard shortcuts for Boost.space Integrator, designed to help advanced users save time while editing scenarios. These shortcuts cover various actions, including zooming, saving scenarios, copying and pasting modules, moving modules, executing a run, and selecting multiple modules.