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Recipes and Templates


This topic includes general information about working with Cloud Studio integration recipes and process templates and provides the recipes that are available for download:

  • Cloud Studio Integration RecipesAn integration recipe is a single, pre-built integration project that moves data in one direction between objects across two applications or systems. Integration recipes are available to all Jitterbit Harmony subscribers.

    This page shows all of the available recipes, provides download links, and provides basic information on downloading, importing, and working with a recipe.

  • Cloud Studio Process TemplatesA process template is a group of pre-built integration use cases that accelerates the execution of a specific business process using numerous objects across multiple applications or systems. Process templates are designed to reduce the time to deployment by 50 to 80 percent and can be self-implemented, delivered by Jitterbit Professional Services, or delivered by an implementation partner.

    This page shows all of the available templates and provides information on importing, configuring, and working with the templates. For access to a template, contact your Customer Success Manager (CSM).

To use a Cloud Studio integration recipe or process template, one or more project JSON files must be imported into Cloud Studio to create a new project. After importing the project, you must enter appropriate values in the project variables that set credentials and other information for your integration. This is required for the project to both function and to be useful.

In the case of a process template, in addition to the project, you may need to install and configure custom fields at one or more endpoints, or configure an API using the Jitterbit Harmony API Manager. See the template documentation for specifics on which components are required and how they need to be configured.

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CAUTION: Take note of these important terminology differences between Cloud Studio and Design Studio:

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