Creating the main integration (TriggerA360Bot.json)

The main integration task calls the subintegration by using the trigger ID.


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This task uses the trigger ID API as a handle to identify the integrations to run. For example, if you specify the trigger ID API as api_trigger/launchbot, the task runs all the subintegrations that have the api_trigger/launchbot trigger ID. After running a subintegration, you can also read the response of the subintegration in your main integration. Perform the following steps to create a main integration:

  1. Go to Apigee UI and sign in.
  2. Select your organization using the drop-down menu in the top-left corner of the UI.
  3. To view a list of available integrations, click Develop > Integrations.
  4. Click CREATE NEW.
  5. Provide the following information:
    • Integration name: Provide a name for the integration from Creating a subintegration (LaunchA360Bot.json).
    • (Optional) Description: Provide a description, for example, "Deploys an Automation 360 bot.
    • Region: Select a region from the list, for example, US.
  6. To display a list of available tasks, select Add a task/trigger > Tasks.
  7. Drag the Call Integration element to the integration designer.
  8. Click the Call Integration task element on the designer to view the Call Integration task configuration pane.
    Launch JSON
  9. Configure the remaining fields and define the variables (string datatype) for the integration. For more information about getting all the input parameters, see Apigee integration.
    • input-ControlRoomUrl
    • input-Username
    • input-ApiKey
    • input-BotId
    • input-RunAsUserId
    • input-PoolId
    • input-BotInputVariables

      This task is useful when you have a dependency on another integration and want to run it from your main integration. The task runs the subintegration either synchronously or asynchronously.