This is what defines the connection between a Process and the single system it's connecting with. It is also where most of the configuration and settings are stored.
In the Unifi Integration Designer window, after clicking either on the '+' tile or 'New Integration', you are given a 'New Integration' modal to complete.
The fields to be configured for the New Integration modal are as follows:
*Service type/Message format: these values are defaulted.
Your 'New Integration' modal should look like this:
We have chosen to name this integration 'Push-Pull Incident' as it will also later form the basis for the Poller Guides (where we pull data from your Personal Developer Instance, ‘PDI’).
2) Click Create.
You will be redirected to the Details page of the newly created Integration.
Before continuing we would like to draw your attention to some of the relevant icons that are now visible down the left hand navigation strip.
The icons are:
a) 'Integration' icon: Opens the current integration's Details page.
b) 'Messages' icon: Opens the current integration's Messages page.
c) 'Fields' icon: Opens the current integration's Fields page.
d) 'Field Maps' icon: Opens the current integration's Field Maps page.
e) 'Documentation' icon: Opens the automatically generated documentation for the current integration. (Another awesome feature in Unifi.)
f) 'Connections' icon: Opens the current integration's Connections page.
The Details page of your Integration form should look like this:
3) Navigate to Settings > Feedback.
The Feedback fields to be configured for the Integration record are as follows:
The Feedback Settings fields should look like this:
The remaining 'Integration' values are to be left as-is:
- Message Identification
All of the remaining 'Settings' values are to be left as-is:
- Attachments Settings
- Bond Settings
All of the 'Error handling' values are to be left as-is:
6) Click Save.
7) Click the 'Connections' icon to move on and configure the Connection.