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BMC Helix Integration Service

With BMC Integration Service, you can easily design and automate event-driven tasks across applications.
Release notes and notices
updated 28 Nov

This section covers new features, enhancements, and changes in BMC Helix Integration Service.

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The following updates have been added since the release of the space:

Date

Summary

November 28,

2018

This update to BMC Helix Integration Service includes various defect fixes and enhancements, including:

September 7, 2018

This update to BMC Helix Integration Service includes various defect fixes and enhancements, including:

June 6, 2018

This update to BMC Helix Integration Service includes various defect fixes and enhancements, including:

  • The ability to copy a flow
  • The ability to transform multiple source values to a mapped target value
  • General Data Protection Regulation (GDPR) compliance (refer to BMC Support site)
  • Support for custom schema fields for flows created from a catalog flow (flows created from scratch already support this feature)
  • Error messaging improvements
March 26, 2018

This update to BMC Helix Integration Service includes various defect fixes and enhancements, including:

February 28, 2018

This update to BMC Helix Integration Service includes various defect fixes and enhancements, including:

  • Support for Red Hat Enterprise Linux (version 7.3 and later)
  • Connector error messaging improvements (notably, a new notification for retry timeouts)
November 30, 2017

This update to BMC Helix Integration Service includes various defect fixes and enhancements, including two new filters for Remedy ITSM and JIRA trigger fields:

  • is one of 
  • is not one of
August 31, 2017

BMC Helix Integration Service released. The product consists of three components: BMC Helix Integration Studio, BMC Helix Connector Designer, and Integration Controller. End users and tenant administrators can use BMC Helix Integration Studio to design flows. Developers and integration specialists can use BMC Helix Connector Designer to create custom connectors for third-party services and applications. Tenant administrators can set up Integration Controller on an on-premises production server to allow connector integrations.


Designing and maintaining flows

 

Start integrating connectors in a user-friendly interface

Developing connectors

 

Develop custom connectors for third-party products and services

Managing users

 

Administer user access

Configuring connectors

 

Configure connectors and set permissions, so that connectors can connect to third-party applications and services

Installing and configuring sites to run on-premises connectors

 

Manage sites for your on-premises connectors

Troubleshooting

 

Common issues and contacting Support

Communities

Get in touch with peers and experts.

Join the Integration Service group on BMC Communities.

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