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-==== Before Integration Requirements ==== 
-Please select the endpoint you are planning on integrating for pre-integration instructions. Endpoints that require setup prior to integrating with using Nucleus are listed below 
-  * [[nucleus#​Jira|Jira]] 
-  * [[nucleus#​Rally|Rally]] 
-  * [[nucleus#​Remedy|Remedy]] 
-  * [[nucleus#​Salesforce|Salesforce]] 
  
 ==== Integration Setup ==== ==== Integration Setup ====
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     * **E.** View and/or customize the details of an existing adapter configuration.     * **E.** View and/or customize the details of an existing adapter configuration.
 3. ** Integration Process ** 3. ** Integration Process **
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     * **A.** Select the integration process you would like to integrate. Integration processes are used as a common model for mapping information from one endpoint to another endpoint. ​     * **A.** Select the integration process you would like to integrate. Integration processes are used as a common model for mapping information from one endpoint to another endpoint. ​
     * **B.** Give a descriptive title that will give you an indication of what integration it is. Generally, you want to describe the action and context of this integration and how it relates to your overall system.     * **B.** Give a descriptive title that will give you an indication of what integration it is. Generally, you want to describe the action and context of this integration and how it relates to your overall system.
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     * **A.** Select the endpoint you will be using in this integration. These are the services that you can map information from/to.     * **A.** Select the endpoint you will be using in this integration. These are the services that you can map information from/to.
 5. ** Configure your endpoint ** 5. ** Configure your endpoint **
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 |      ^ Field  ^ Description ​ ^ Example ​ ^ |      ^ Field  ^ Description ​ ^ Example ​ ^
 |**A.**| **Client** | The client name for your endpoint. This will be used as the primary means of identification for this adapter configuration. The client name must only consist of letters and numbers. | testclient01 | |**A.**| **Client** | The client name for your endpoint. This will be used as the primary means of identification for this adapter configuration. The client name must only consist of letters and numbers. | testclient01 |
-|**B.**| **Endpoint Name** | This is auto-filled by your previous endpoint choice. | jira | +|**B.**| **Endpoint URL** | The URL for connecting to the selected endpoint. For more information on location your endpoint URL, refer to the pre-integration directions below. | https://​sampleurl.atlassian.net/​rest/​api/​2/​issue/​ | 
-|**C.**| **Endpoint URL** | The URL for connecting to the selected endpoint. For more information on location your endpoint URL, refer to the pre-integration directions below. | https://​sampleurl.atlassian.net/​rest/​api/​2/​issue/​ | +|**C.**| **Endpoint User** | The username for your selected endpoint. | myuser | 
-|**D.**| **Endpoint User** | The username for your selected endpoint. | myuser | +|**D.**| **Endpoint Password** | The password for your selected endpoint. | mypassword ​
-|**E.**| **Endpoint Password** | The password for your selected endpoint. | mypassword |+|**E.**| **Use Repeater Agent** | Check to enable the [[repeaterj_agent|Repeater Agent]] to replicate data to your local instance. | |
  
 6. ** Inbound Mapping ** 6. ** Inbound Mapping **
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 | ^ Field ^ Description ^ Example ^ | ^ Field ^ Description ^ Example ^
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 |**D. (cont.)**| **Mapping Action -> Scripted** | Selecting this field will engage user-defined scripts to transform values in a predefined pattern. | | |**D. (cont.)**| **Mapping Action -> Scripted** | Selecting this field will engage user-defined scripts to transform values in a predefined pattern. | |
 |**E.**| **Common Object Field** | This is the common object field. It will be used as a common value to map outbound. | priority | |**E.**| **Common Object Field** | This is the common object field. It will be used as a common value to map outbound. | priority |
-|**F.**| | When the scripted option is selected, you may press the small button to the right of the dropdown to display the scripting modal. | |+|**F.**| **Delete Mapping** | Deletes the current mapping selected. | | 
 +|**G.**| | When the scripted option is selected, you may press the small button to the right of the dropdown to display the scripting modal. | |
  
 7. ** Inbound Triggers ** 7. ** Inbound Triggers **
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 | ^ Field ^ Description ^ Example ^ | ^ Field ^ Description ^ Example ^
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