The Integrations section is where users will configure and set up pipes. Every pipe contains a name and system credentials, is linked with a Flow, and may or may not have a Mapping configuration.
A Pipe is a single integration unit, i.e., the sub unit of every system integration, responsible for synchronizing all entities (Customers, Orders, Products, etc.). Each pipe is mapped to a Flow to carry out the underlying integration logic.
Data synchronization will be handled periodically at certain configured time intervals. This is the most commonly used Pipe type since it offers optimum performance.
Example: Every 2 hours
Data synchronization is done in real-time using an API call from any system through DCKAP Integrator. For example, services like Pricing may be configured as a Dynamic Pipe to fetch the prices in real-time.
Use the following URL to run all your dynamic services in integrator.dckap.com:
This URL can also be got by clicking on the COPY URL button in the Integrations page.
During a dynamic call to V3 or lightning, 400 and 401 Status codes will be returned for a disabled pipe and invalid credentials respectively.
For all other errors, 200 Status code will be returned.
During dynamic calls, it is possible to authorize DCKAP Integrator by using access_token, jwt_token in headers/params.
The pipes are displayed either as a Grid or a table.
Integrations displayed as a Grid
Integrations displayed as a List
In the Integrations page, the following information is present in grid/tabular form:
The Sync process for Batch type integration can be automated by scheduling it. This is done by clicking on the Enable Auto Mode link present just below the pipe name or clicking the
icon and then editing the synchronization time. The Minimum Interval Period for scheduling is 5 minutes
For a Dynamic pipe, the ability to schedule is disabled