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Introduction

Access to App Builder is controlled with a combination of Jitterbit Harmony organization role permissions and environment access levels. Additionally, an app runtime must be established. Access is further controlled on an app level by authorizing individual app collaborators.

Accessing App Builder

To access App Builder, these prerequisites must be met:

  • You must be a member of Harmony organization role with either the Admin permission or with both the Read and App Developer permissions (see Permissions in Organizations).
  • The Harmony organization must have at least one environment with an associated app runtime, either Sandbox or Production (see Managing Environments in Environments). After associating an app runtime, you may need to log out and log back in to the Harmony Portal to enable App Builder access.
  • The Harmony organization role must have at least Read access on the aforementioned environment (see Access Levels in Environments).
NOTE: App Builder is currently available to select organizations prior to being generally available. If you don't see the App Builder card, contact your Customer Success Manager for more information.

Creating a New App

To create a new app, the Harmony organization role must have Admin permission. This allows users to see the Create New App button in the App Builder user interface (see App Creation).

Editing an Existing App

Those with Admin permission have the ability to control who can access and contribute to each app by managing collaborators. This is done through the App Builder Collaborators page (see Collaborators in Development). These authorization levels are available:

  • Developer: Has the authority to develop on the defined app.
  • Manager: Has the authority to access and edit all created apps.

Supported Browsers

As App Builder is accessed through the Harmony Portal, it does not require any additional hardware or software installation. These major browsers are supported:

  • Chrome
  • Firefox
  • Safari (macOS only)

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