Listeners allow a user to create event-driven flows. For example, you can define an HTTP endpoint, which will be listening to the incoming HTTP requests. Once a request is received, the payload will be sent to the flow as a source and transformed to any supported destination.
Thanks to the listeners, Integrator can work as an Enterprise Service Bus, serving requests from third-party applications. Basically, you can build an API without writing a single line of code, which can then be used by other applications to create automation scenarios, such as triggering data integration flows by sending a payload to the endpoint or requesting an enriched dataset from the endpoint.
Read more about available listeners.
Start creating a Listener by opening the Connections page and selecting the Listeners tab.
To create a new Listener, go to the Listeners page and click the
+ button. Then click the corresponding listener type in the opened box.
All saved listeners are displayed in a grid on the Connections page and can be quickly filtered by name and type. Listeners can be modified, duplicated, or deleted from within the grid.
when the listener is getting duplicated, the URL and the port associated with the listener are getting reset.