Customization scenarios

After you set up your integration, customize your microapps. The following table shows four key use-case scenarios and the needed activities. You can review an overview of the following use-case scenarios, or follow the link to the appropriate scenario.

Create a microapp for a template integration Customize an existing microapp for a template integration Create a microapp for a custom integration that you built using the HTTP Connector Import a microapp
Verify needed table entities and add new entities if necessary Verify needed table entities and add new entities if necessary Add entities, as needed Verify needed table entities and add new entities if necessary
Add a blank microapp Already exists Add a blank microapp Import a microapp
Create pages or notifications or both Create pages or notifications or both, or open existing pages or notifications Create pages or notifications or both Create pages or notifications or both, or open existing pages or notifications
Customize the pages and notifications using the builder, and customize notification cards Customize the pages and notifications using the builder, and customize notification cards Customize the pages and notifications using the builder, and customize notification cards Customize the pages and notifications using the builder, and customize notification cards
Manage access and subscriptions Manage access and subscriptions Manage access and subscriptions Manage access and subscriptions
Create a microapp for a template integration Customize an existing microapp for a template integration Create a microapp for a custom integration that you built using the HTTP Connector Import a microapp

Create a microapp for a template integration

Add a microapp to suit your business needs. The template integration comes with a robust database connection. Ensure the required table entities are already available, then use the Microapps builder to create a microapp from scratch. Add new pages and notifications and then populate them.

Follow these steps:

  • Verify needed table entities and add new entities if necessary
  • Add the microapp
  • Add pages or notifications or both
  • Customize the pages and notifications using the builder
  • Manage access
  • Manage subscriptions

For full scenario details, see Create a microapp for a template integration.

Customize an existing microapp for a template integration

As with creating a microapp, you can add new pages and notifications. In this case, you can also edit existing notifications and pages using the Microapps builder.

Follow these steps:

  • Verify needed table entities and add new entities if necessary
  • Add pages or notifications or both, or open existing pages or notifications
  • Customize the pages and notifications using the builder
  • Manage access
  • Manage subscriptions

For full scenario details, see Customize an existing microapp for a template integration.

Create a microapp for a custom integration that you built using the HTTP Connector

In this case, you have to manually add database connections for custom integrations, then add an app and use the builder to create a microapp from scratch.

Follow these steps:

  • Add entities, as needed
  • Add the microapp
  • Add pages or notifications or both
  • Customize the pages and notifications using the builder
  • Manage access
  • Manage subscriptions

For full scenario details, see Create a microapp for a custom integration that you built using the HTTP Connector.

Import a microapp

Import a microapp that you created in another instance. Then edit an existing microapp or add pages and notifications.

Follow these steps:

  • Upload the .mapp file containing the microapp to the Application Integration
  • Verify needed table entities and add new entities if necessary
  • Add pages or notifications or both, or open existing pages or notifications
  • Customize the pages and notifications using the builder
  • Manage access
  • Manage subscriptions

For full scenario details, see Import a microapp.

Customization scenarios