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This topic provides information about using Jitterbit Harmony Cloud Studio to connect to various data resources. These include Jitterbit Custom APIs, standards-based resources (Local Storage, Temporary Storage, Variables, File Share, FTP, Database, HTTP, SOAP) and application-specific resources (NetSuite, Salesforce, ServiceNow, Workday, etc.).

Connecting to these data resources is done through the configuration of Jitterbit Harmony connectors, which provide the interface for creating a connection to a data resource outside of Jitterbit Harmony.

In Cloud Studio, connectors are first configured to create connections. Activities are then created from connections and configured either as a source (to provide data) or as a target (to consume data) in an operation. Together, a specific connection and its activities are referred to as an endpoint.

Before you get started, refer to these pages for connector basics and classifications:

  • Connector Basics: Terminology and definitions of connectivity resources, how to add an activity to an operation, and various actions that are available on all activities.
  • Connector Classifications: Classifications of connectors by use: API, short-term storage, long-term storage, service-based, or application. Connectors can also be differentiated by whether they use a server-based or file-based schema.

Available Connectors

Information in this topic is organized by individual connector. See each connector for details on its prerequisites and configuration:


Short-Term Storage

Long-Term Storage



In addition, these connectors are application connectors:

Additional application-specific connectors are being added with each new Harmony release and are updated here over time.

Custom connectors created with Connector Builder or the Connector SDK are also application connectors.

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