Posts Tagged ‘boomi’

BOOMI: CROSS REFERENCE TABLE LOOKUP VIA WILDCARD USE CASE

If you haven’t, you should read our Boomi’s cross-reference table lookup component blog. It talks all about support using a regular expression as a matching rule and how flexible it is to have this feature. Note: The matching rule supports regular expression as well.     Although it may be much simpler than using the regular expression, it…

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Boomi Tip: Print Salesforce SOQL in Boomi Log

Were you aware that you can now print Salesforce SOQL within the Boomi process log?   Why is this useful? Because when troubleshooting Salesforce query related issues, you now have the ability to print out both the SOQL and the input parameters at the point of the execution.   To enable this feature, first determine…

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TIP OF THE WEEK: Boomi Cross Reference Table Lookup via Regular Expression Use Case

Define different data matching rules with Boomi Boomi’s October 2016 release Included a cross-reference table lookup component which allows you to define different data matching rules (one of them being Regular Expression). With this feature, you will no longer be constrained to having to use the exact match when designing an integration process. By utilising…

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WeDid: Using Boomi to connect zipMoney and NetSuite Integration

Challenges One of our clients currently has an online store which is offering zipMoney as a form of payment.  The process involved was very manual and laborious it required that the payment from a customer be manually tracked in ZipMoney to determine if a payment had been successful – before proceeding.  After determining the status of the…

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WeDid: Marketo and Infor (Formerly known as Saleslogix) Integration

Challenges The customer uses Marketo to track incoming leads that would need to be converted to accounts and contacts respectively in their Infor CRM system. The customer would also like to track all field changes and/or activities that occur in Marketo into Infor as the contact related activities, as well as other custom records being…

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WeDid: ActionHRM and Kallidus Integration

Challenges Customer is tracking employees information through ActionHRM (A Human Resource Management System). These employees need to be tracked as a student record in their Kallidus system (being a student and learning management system) too.   Solution       Purpose To ensure student records in Kallidus system is up to date from the ActionHRM…

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Boomi Tip: Debugging low latency mode processes

You may have processes (especially web service listener type processes) that are configured with low latency mode plus the option “Only Generate Process Log on Error” enabled. This would make it difficult sometimes to troubleshoot or review the Boomi process logs as it would not show up in the process log not unless it is…

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WeDid: WordPress WooCommerce and Netsuite

Challenges Customer is hosting a website where visitor are allow to register and login. Visitor and existing users are allow to make purchase through the website too but the transactions and payment would need to be tracked through Netsuite.   Solution     Purpose To sync product, website users and sales transaction between website (WordPress…

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WeDid: Boomi Advanced User Security

Challenges The customer has the requirement to restrict Boomi login users to have certain privileges when performing development and/or monitoring the processes logs. For example, a developer should not be given the privilege to see production logs but he/she is allowed to at least perform development as well as viewing logs/data processes deployed in a…

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Boomi Tip: Handling Additional Parameters when extending OAuth 2 details

Boomi allows extending OAuth 2 details for example in a HTTP Client Connector.   When defining the connection details in the development mode, you are allow to build the Authorization and Access Token URL with additional parameters via the “Add Authorization Parameter” and “Add Access Token Parameter” section:   There is no way to extend the…

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