- 30 Jun 2022
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- Updated on 30 Jun 2022
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The following list consists of all the Decisions-built modules available for installation. Before installing, read the description of the desired module, and ensure all prerequisites are met to meet intended functionalities.
The Active Directory module introduces new Flow steps that allow users to build Flows centered around managing the Active Directory such as creating users, groups, associations, and more.
The Amazon Web Services (AWS) module offers additional Flow steps for communicating with Amazon Web Services Kinesis and RedShift.
The Azure Services module introduces Flow steps that assist with connecting and using services available in Microsoft Azure.
The DocuSign module introduces new Flow steps to send documents to DocuSign that capture electronic signatures and initials. The steps are limited to using X, Y positioning on the document for marking signature locations. Additionally, Docusign’s “Tag” feature indicates areas in the document that require signatures.
Once a document is sent to DocuSign through a Flow, the Wait On External Event step monitors Docusign to pull the document back to the Flow once it completes.
The Dropbox module allows users to integrate with the Dropbox storage system.
The Enterprise module adds functionality for processing large amounts of batch data, persistent work queues, and data sharing in active/active clusters.
The Equifax module allows users to integrate with the Equifax reporting agency API.
The Exchange Web Services module allows the use of Microsoft Exchange services.
The Experian module allows users to integrate with the Experian reporting agency API.
Fast Healthcare Interoperability Resources (FHIR) is a healthcare messaging format that allows and standardizes systems communication for any organization handling digital healthcare data. This module adds support for HL7, FHIR, and JSON using steps and datatypes.
The Foreign Exchange module introduces steps for retrieving real-time exchange rates between currencies.
The HL7 module is the core of the HL7 Flow product found at HL7's website. This module adds a full HL7 Engine to combine the power of the Flow, Form, Rule, and Report Designers with HL7 data and common HL7 connection types for managing medical data streams. The HL7 module includes data types for all standard messages and interfaces.
The HubSpot module introduces new steps for working with the HubSpot Contact and Companies API.
The IBM Messaging Queue (IBMMQ) module allows the use of IBM MQ as a messaging system.
The ICal module allows for the creation of ICal invites and calendar events.
The Kafka module allows the use of Apache Kafka as a messaging system.
The MongoDB module is a cross-platform document-oriented database program that allows for the integration of the MongoDB database service.
The Microsoft Messaging Queue (MSMQ) is a .NET messaging system for application-to-application communication. To use this module, MSMQ must be installed on the application server.
The Okta module allows for integration with Okta identity and access management services.
The OpenId module allows OpenId to connect with Single Sign-On (SSO) functionality.
The Pretty Good Privacy (PGP) module offers integration with PGP document encryption.
The Powershell module allows for the execution of Powershell scripts from Flows.
The Python module supports the storage and execution of scripts written in the Python coding language.
The QR Codes module adds steps that create QR Codes and allows QR Coded images to be interpreted within a Flow.
The R module adds support for the storage and execution of scripts written in the statistical and graphing coding language: R.
RabbitMQ is a .NET messaging system for application-to-application communication. The RabbitMQ Module adds RabbitMQ capability into the Decisions messaging service thus allowing the Designer to connect Flows to RabbitMQ queues as subscribers so the Flows can work messages. Designers can also push messages to queues using the provided steps.
For more information about the benefits of the RabbitMQ Module in Decisions, please visit our Setting Messaging Overview document.
Remedy is an enterprise-grade help desk ticketing system for IT and System Management needs.
For most Salesforce interactions, this web service integration generates steps that run against the Salesforce Enterprise WSDL including all custom datatypes and functionality. This module adds specific help steps to troubleshoot certain integration difficulties that may occur with Salesforce Web Services document handling.
Security Assertion Markup Language (SAML) is a standard Single Sign-On (SSO) mechanism for sharing user authentications. Google, Facebook, and other services allow authentication sharing with SSO. Decisions can use SAML to provide user authentication although an additional setup is required for integration to a SAML provider.
The Sharepoint module offers steps for handling lists and documents in Sharepoint. This module is not required to embed Decisions Forms, Flows, and user-driven Workflows into Sharepoint; however, it is necessary if wishing to grant the Flow Engine the ability to access, update, and modify lists or documents in Microsoft Sharepoint.
The Slack module allows users to integrate with Slack.
The Telephony module offers integration options for Twillio. This module also offers steps for automating Dual-Tone Multi-Frequency (DTMF) and Short Message Service (SMS) interactions.
The USPS module includes steps that work with the US Postal Service API.
Word To PDF Module
The Word-To-PDF Module offers the Designer additional Flow steps for converting Microsoft Word documents into PDF documents.