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APIs and Connectors

Defining your API and Connector Endpoints.

Introduction to Connectors

GLU.Engines employ the concept of Connectors, there are three types of Connectors: Protocols, Connector Types and API Specifications in simple...

Adding or Editing Connectors

Step 1: Connector Basic Information Give a unique Connector Name, this is the name you will see in the connector drop-down...

SOAP Connectors

SOAP Basics SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) is a messaging protocol specification for exchanging structured information in the implementation of web...

HTTP / RESTful Connectors

Configuring HTTP / RESTful Connectors All GLU HTTP connectors uses the HTTP4 component, which is a newer version of the...

DB Connectors

Database Connector Configuration To configure the Database Connector in GLU, follow these steps using the Properties Tab, shown in Step...

GraphQL Connectors

GraphQL is a query language for API’s. GLU supports integration into graphQL endpoints on outbound orchestrations. For more information on...

TCP/IP Connectors

Context TCP/IP is an abbreviation for Transmission Control Protocol / Internet Protocol. It is a set of protocols that define...

ISO8583 Connector

GLU ISO8583 Protocol Enabler The GLU.Ware ISO8583 Connectors make use of the opensource JPOS ISO8583 framework. More information can be...

Message Queues

Asynchronous vs. Synchronous Messaging Asynchronous messaging refers to a communication pattern where a sender and a receiver do not need...

Redis Connectors

GLU supports connecting to Redis open source (BSD licensed), in-memory data structure store to be used as a database, cache,...
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