Admin Panel includes necessary tools for working with OpenCelium. Let us consider them.
The applications menu displays list of software that OpenCelium connected with. If the are installed and configured on your machine, you can open them clicking on the card and see relations to OC. If not installed, you will see the notification message, that this system is down. Also, the corresponded item shows its status: enabled or disabled.
For this moment, there are two items: Kibana and Neo4j. Kibana lets you visualize your scheduler jobs data. Neo4j is a graph database of the connections. Its UI help you to see the whole picture of each connection via nodes and their relations.
The Converter is a tool for easier modification of json-data.
There are 5 rules, that you should know: replace value (replace old value of the property with a new one), remove param (remove param from an object), add param after selected (add a new param), move to (move value from one property to another). Moreover, if data that are selected for the rule resides in the array, then this rule will be applied for each item (only for one level of loop). Due to saving of rules, you can apply them whenever you need using upload button. Clicking on the Download Result you will get the converted json-file. This tool is good to use for template, as they are have json type.
Invoker is a special configuration file to work with APIs. There you describe the authentication part and calls that should be used in Connection.
For subscribers there is also a possibility to add and to update actions. Here, you can read more information.
Notification Templates are templates that are used in scheduler jobs to notify users for three event types: pre, post, and alert. Here, you can read how to manage with them.