Discover the features that make navigating a pipeline easier.
IMPORTANT: some of the features presented in this article are in Beta. To learn more about this, read the article Beta program.
The new Canvas includes features that make integration flows easier and faster to create.
You can navigate through the pipeline with the Rearrange (
), Zoom In (
) and Zoom Out (
) buttons. The Rearrange button reorganizes the components, making it easier to visualize each step of the flow.
When rearranging, the loose components, (those not connected to the flow) are arranged one below the other ones on the left side of the screen; the components that are connected to the flow are aligned horizontally.
Using the New Canvas, you can navigate through your pipeline using the minimap on the lower right corner of the screen.
When you hold and drag a component, the New Canvas follows the cursor, making it easier to navigate through large pipelines. This way, you can drag a component to any area of the Canvas, and the Canvas will follow it.
This feature is a tree-like structure that displays the components of a pipeline in a simpler and more centralized way. With the flow tree, you can view all components of the main pipeline and subpipelines, connected or not, in one place.
To navigate to a specific component or subpipeline, double-click on it in the Flow tree or click on the target icon (
You can also edit the configuration parameters of a component from the Flow tree. To do this, click the gear icon (
) on the component in the Flow tree to open the configuration form.
The Flow tree speeds navigation and understanding of the logic applied in the integration flow by allowing you to visualize the entire pipeline without having to enter and exit each subpipeline. This allows you to see what's in a subflow while looking at the main pipeline or vice versa, making it easier to troubleshoot when building the pipeline.
Use the Search field on the left side of the Canvas to search for components, Accounts, Globals and any other fields defined in the configuration forms of the components used in the pipeline.
In the search bar, type the name or part of the name of a component, Account, Global, or any other value defined in the form fields of a component.
In the results bar, you can view where and how often the item is used in the pipeline and edit it. The search results are divided into the following sections:
- Other fields
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