Plugins are Jitterbit- or user-provided applications that extend Jitterbit's native capabilities. For example, with plugins, you can add encryption or compression to files moving through the Jitterbit transformation pipeline.
Plugins can be executed on source/targets in an operation or within scripts regardless of the project design application:
Whether a plugin can be used in any of these places depends on the specific plugin. Some plugins can be executed only within a script. Other plugins cannot be executed within scripts but can be executed only on certain sources/targets. The manifest file for a plugin specifies the plugin's parameters and where a plugin may be used.
To create a custom plugin, you can use Jitterbit's Plugin SDK. If you are using a custom plugin, you are responsible for the security of your custom plugin.
For the list of plugins available in Jitterbit Harmony, log in to the Harmony Portal, choose Management Console, then click the orange hamburger menu in the top left. From the menu, hover over Customizations and select Plug-ins.
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