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- Integration Studio User Interface
- Data Push Tab
- Deploy Package to Remote Data Repository using <Integration Point>
- Federation Tab
- Integration Jobs Pane
- Integration Point Pane
- Integration Studio Page
- New Integration Job/Edit Integration Job Dialog Box
- New Integration Point/Edit Integration Point Dialog Box
- Population Tab
- Select Adapter Dialog Box
- Topology CI Creation Wizard
This tab enables you to select which CITs or attributes are to be supported by the integration point. For example, if a TQL query includes a node that represents a specific CIT, the instances of this CIT are accepted from this external data repository.
For details about selecting CIs, see CI Selector Overview.
|To access||Select the Federation tab on the Integration Studio page.|
|Important information||This tab is enabled only when data federation is supported by the adapter on which you are basing your integration point.|
|Relevant tasks||How to Work with Federated Data|
User interface elements are described below:
|UI Element (A-Z)||Description|
|Click to clear all selected items.|
|Click to invert the selections.|
|Click to expand the entire hierarchical tree structure.|
|Click to collapse the hierarchical tree structure.|
|CI Type Retrieval Mode||
You can define which attributes of an external CIT are to be included in the federation:
Note Attributes are defined in the CIT Manager. For details, see Add/Edit Attribute Dialog Box.
|Supported and Selected CI Types||
Displays a hierarchical tree containing the supported and selected CI Types and attributes.
When queried by an TQL query, the CITs you select here are configured to retrieve the data from this external data repository.
Select the CITs to be supported by this integration point.
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