You can configure a trigger REST Adapter connection to work asynchronously in an integration.
For example, assume you have the following use case:
- A parent scheduled integration that runs every three hours.
- A child integration that is executed many times (for example, 300) in a for-each action of the parent integration.
To ensure that this use case runs efficiently, configure the child integration to run asynchronously as follows:
- Create an app driven orchestrated integration for the child integration.
- Add a REST Adapter as a trigger connection in the integration.The Adapter Endpoint Configuration Wizard appears.
- On the Resource Configuration page of the wizard, ensure that you configure the
page as follows. This ensures that the integration runs asynchronously.
- From the What action do you want to perform on the endpoint list, select POST.
- From the Select any options that you want to configure list, do NOT select Configure this endpoint to receive the response.
- Complete configuration of the REST Adapter.
- Design the remaining parts of the integration.This design ensures that the child integration runs asynchronously.