A project is a collection of one or more workflows that comprise and execute an integration use case. Projects are the "container" for operations that are organized into workflows, as well as other project components that may be part of an operation or exist elsewhere in the project.
This topic includes pages that provide general information about working with projects and get you started creating projects. These pages are included in this topic:
- Project Creation and Configuration
This page describes how to create and configure a new project, access existing projects, and edit the configuration settings of existing projects.
- Project Deployment
This page describes how to deploy projects or selected project components to the Jitterbit Harmony cloud. Once all components that an operation is dependent on are deployed, those operations can be executed.
- Project Migration
If you have more than one Harmony environment, you can migrate projects from one environment to another. You can migrate projects regardless of if they have already been deployed.
- Project Exports and Imports
You may want to export a Cloud Studio project to use as a local backup or archive, or to share a copy of the project outside of your organization. Once you have a Cloud Studio project that has been exported, you can import it into any organization.
- Project History
This page describes viewing a history of project events, tagging events, and restoring a project.
These pages are also relevant to this topic:
- Starting a Recipe or Template Project
Jitterbit Marketplace provides hundreds of pre-built projects by offering Cloud Studio Integration Recipes and Cloud Studio Process Templates.
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