Atrium Integrator Spoon
After you build your job, you can edit it in the Atrium Integrator Spoon.
Atrium Integrator Spoon has a drag-and-drop graphical user interface that makes it easy for you to edit your transformations and clean up your data before putting it into BMC Atrium CMDB.
On a remote Windows computer, Atrium Integrator Spoon directly connects to the BMC Remedy AR System database to save and retrieve transformations and jobs.
Atrium Integrator Spoon is installed as part of the BMC Remedy Action Request System. For information about installing Atrium Integrator Spoon, see Performing a new installation.
For information about launching Atrium Integrator Spoon, see Launching Atrium Integrator Spoon from Atrium Integrator.
In BMC Remedy AR System, the Pentaho Spoon application is referred to as Atrium Integrator Spoon.
BMC provides limited support for Pentaho and Atrium Integrator Spoon. See, Atrium Integrator Spoon support.
Atrium Integrator Spoon interface
The following figure illustrates the parts of Atrium Integrator Spoon interface.
Atrium Integrator Spoon application
The menu bar provides access to common actions such as creating a new transformation or job, editing it, connecting to a repository, and running or debugging the job or transformation.
The navigation panel on the left contains a View tab and Design tab.
- The View tab maintains a history of the different types of steps that were added to the active transformation or job. For a new transformation or job, this tab displays the steps that a transformation must include to run successfully.
- The Design tab provides an organized list of transformation steps or job entries used to build transformations and jobs.
You can perform a search in either tab by typing a phrase in the search field and pressing the Enter key. The steps containing the search phrase are displayed.
Click the icon to expand all steps and the icon to collapse the steps.
The toolbar provides buttons for common actions such as creating a new file, opening a saved file, and saving a file. It also provides buttons for quick access to common actions specific to the active transformation or job, such as Run, Preview, and Debug.
The canvas is the main design area for building transformations and jobs.
Active transformation or job
The canvas displays a number of tabbed views that represent the open transformations and jobs. In the following figure, the DiskDrive transformation is the active transformation.