Jitterbit Harmony Cloud Studio¶
Jitterbit Harmony Cloud Studio (Cloud Studio) is the web-based version of Jitterbit's project design application. Cloud Studio offers a modern design experience optimized for ease-of-use and ease-of-access by integration designers.
You access Cloud Studio through the Harmony Portal using the menu or the application tile:
You use Cloud Studio to design workflows:
Cloud Studio is accessed through the Harmony Portal and does not require any additional hardware or software installation. The only requirements are browser and Jitterbit Harmony Agent version requirements.
These major browsers are supported:
- Safari (macOS only)
The minimum Jitterbit Harmony Agent version supported with Cloud Studio overall is version 9.4.2.
Certain Cloud Studio features require later agent versions, including these:
- Custom connectors built with Connector Builder require an agent version 10.0 or later.
- Custom connectors built with the Connector SDK require an agent version 10.0 or later.
- Many application connectors require an agent version 10.1 or later.
- The NetSuite connector has different agent version prerequisites for specific NetSuite WSDL versions.
- The Try Again button available in operation logs requires an agent version 10.1 or later.
SendEmailfunction requires an agent version 10.1 or higher to use multi-byte characters.
- The Retry setting available in the configuration of an HTTP connection requires a Private Agent version 10.22 or later.
- The Retry on Recoverable Exception setting available in the configuring of a NetSuite connection requires a Private Agent version 10.24 or later.
- The Retry setting available in the configuration of a SOAP connection requires a Private Agent version 10.29 or later.
The above list is not exhaustive; features that require later agent versions are noted in the documentation on each feature.
Documentation resources for Cloud Studio are organized into these general categories:
- Cloud Studio Getting Started
Introductory resources including a quick start guide, FAQ, comparison of features with Design Studio, overview of terminology, and basic information.
- Cloud Studio User Interface
Documentation describing the elements of the Cloud Studio UI. When you access Cloud Studio, you arrive at the Projects page, which contains a repository of all your projects. After opening a project, you design it using the tools provided in the project designer, including the project toolbar, project pane, design canvas, and component palette.
- Cloud Studio Reference
Reference documentation on configuring a Cloud Studio project. Categories of documentation include projects, project components, workflows, operations, connectors, schemas, transformations, scripts, functions, variables, notifications, and plugins.
- Cloud Studio Best Practices and How-tos
Guidance and recommendations for common integration scenarios when using Cloud Studio.
- Cloud Studio Recipes and Templates
General information about using Cloud Studio integration recipes and process templates, both of which are accessed through Jitterbit Marketplace.
- Cloud Studio Troubleshooting
Information to aid in troubleshooting issues with Cloud Studio projects, including known issues.