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Module:External Data Integration Developers Guide

Contents

Introduction

In this guide are described the needed developments needed to properly implement a EDL Process. All these artifacts has to be developed as extension modules that depend on the EDL module.

EDL Process

The main artifact to create is the EDL Process. It defines how is executed the process and the logic that has to be implemented. It is required to create a new record in the EDL Process window as System Administrator. The logic is implemented by extending the ItemProcessor abstract class. The class is linked to the process by a Qualifier using the Search Key defined in the window.

Read the How to implement a EDL Process document for detailed instructions.

Type of Data

The EDL Module includes a JSON based generic type of data. In case the data is received in other formats like csv, xml, excel,... or some specific JSON structures a different Type Of Data is required. To add a new Type of Data it is required to:

Read the How to implement a EDL Type Of Data document for detailed instructions.

Other possible customizations

There are other possible customizations that can be developed and used by the EDL Processes.

Storage Location

By default the module provides 3 different Storage Locations where the data to be processed on each request is stored.

Not Stored (NS)
The data is not stored.
Database (DB)
The data is stored in a column of the EDL Request table.
Attachment (A)
The data is stored in a file named Attachment and attached to the corresponding EDL Request.

To add an additional Storage Locations it is required to:

Read the How to implement a Storage Location document for detailed instructions.

Output Processors

Output processes are executed when a EDL Request is processed. This process manages the output generated by the execution. The module provides 2 different processes:

Debug
prints a INFO in the Openbravo log with the output generated by the EDL Process.
WSRest
allows to configure a REST WebService to send the result of the EDL Process.

To add new processes is required to:

Read the How to implement a Output Process document for detailed instructions.

Custom Validations

When a request is added some validations are executed. Extending the org.openbravo.externaldata.integration.process.CustomValidation class is possible to add new custom validations. There are 2 methods to implement:

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