Every integration pipe is linked to a Flow. Flows are the neural schema of the integration and it determines how the data should be synched from source to destination. A flow usually contains one or more Mapping nodes, which will format and link data from the source system to the destination system.
This tutorial will help the user understand the steps involved in Mapping data.
In order to successfully perform Data Mapping, certain prerequisites need to be fulfilled:
A Flow is a set of statements written in the form of pseudo-code to satisfy the business logic of the integration. It forms the neural schema of the integration. More details on how to write a Flow can be found here.
Include the Mapping handler in the Flow.
2. Create an Integration Pipe
For steps on How to create an Integration Pipe, click here.
The mapping node is found inside an Integration Pipe. Create a new pipe by following the steps here.
After adding the Flow, the Mapping cards appear under the Mappings section.
Click on Configure
The Mapping page opens.
5. Here, the source fields appear on the left-hand side and destination fields on the right-hand side
6. Drag and drop the fields that need to be mapped, to the center area, as shown below.
7. More than one field can be added to one mapping row.
8. After adding the fields, they can be modified as needed.
"How to use Modifiers?" can be found below: