API Call-backs (multiple API call data enrichment)
DSYNC is an advanced integration platform that offers multiple data call-backs. Multiple data calls can be used when data needs to be enriched, consolidated and sent as a desired output. When the data is sent to the target location the process does not have to finish the data can be enriched, consolidated and sent. Call-backs can be set up on an unlimited number of APIs. The API calls can be chained together to be triggered when one API call finishes.
DSYNC can be set up to provide multiple checks on the API when you don’t have all the data you need. Use DSYNC as a graphical interface to set up multiple calls to obtain and enrich data flows. Set DSYNC up to call APIs when data jobs finish by chaining data work flow processes together. DSYNC can be used to chain multiple api calls together.
Dynamic URL for chaining API calls: DSYNC can provide a dynamic URL for multi call orchestration. As an example - if you have source data as an example it may be an “Order” and the corresponding element is an “ID” where you need to fetch the data by the ID you can set up a call back in DSYNC to fetch data by an ID.
Example of Chaining API calls (Workflow example)
Takes the ID from the Payload(data layout) > Does the additional call > obtains the data > Both the original data and the new customer data can be used as an output. Callbacks can be set up by using the graphical interface within DSYNC.
DSYNC has the capability to obtain more data, consolidate it and send it to somewhere else. If you do not have all the information you need in the source data you can use DSYNC to call other systems and enrich the data flow process.
Chaining API calls can be used when specific information is required from multiple systems.
- Chain API requests together
- Multiple Api call management
- Chain the data processing
- Consolidate data from multiple API requests
- Enrich the data through multiple calls
Example: Use DSYNC to call the first system and obtain some information, developers can chain data processes together and retain all the data in a sequence. DSYNCs functionality can be used to chain data process, create multiple calls, retain data from each process. Enrich data and produce custom outputs.