Integration Studio

Invariably, there are systems within your environment that are either ‘be spoke custom’ or ones that you know are not represented in our step library. If these systems produce and consume structured data (SQL, Json, XML, CSV) OR can be accessed via web services (SOAP, REST, HTTP) - they can be integrated without writing code using graphical tools.
Integration with an external system may produce new flow steps, rule verbs, data structures, or even data sources to be used in the report designer.
There are a few integration patterns that the Decisions Platform supports for integrations that are not provided out of the box. These include:
Web Service Integrations

Web Service Integrations

Many systems provide access to data and functionality through web service integrations. These might be SOAP, REST, WCF, or HTTP Calls. ‘Decisions’ provides a wizard that walks through the creation and test integrations with web service providers.

WebHooks

WebHooks

Flows can be exposed as WebHooks (trigger a flow based on receiving an event), as well as sending WebHooks as http posts.

Database Integrations

Database Integrations

The Decisions Platform includes the ability to create integration with many relational and NoSQL database management systems. Integrations include MS SQL, Oracle, MySQL, Postgres, ODBC, and more.

RPA Integrations

RPA Integrations

If the system you need to integrate with is ‘closed’ and does not have an API or data integration pattern, ‘Decisions’ is capable of working alongside popular RPA (Robotic Process Automation) tools.

SDK Integrations

SDK Integrations

The SDK allows integration by permitting programmers to include external libraries (DLLs) and write integration code that results in flow steps, rules, data structures, etc., being available in the toolbox.