About the AtomSphere User Guide
Here are some brief instructions on how to use the Dell Boomi AtomSphere User Guide.
How to search
The panel to the left contains the keyword search field and the browsable table of contents. When you enter a search, search results replace the table of contents. To return from the search results list to the table of contents, click the Table of Contents icon .
To enter a search, type a word or words in the search field, and then press Enter or click the magnifying glass icon. Optionally include one or more of the advanced search operators AND, OR, NOT and NEAR. You can also perform advanced searches by adding an asterisk to part of a word or by surrounding a phrase in double quotation marks.
After you enter a search you see:
The number of results
The words you searched for
The topics that contain those words
The results in context, with the words you searched for in bold
After you select one of the topics, it opens in the right pane. The words you searched for are highlighted in the right pane.
About the table of contents
These are the top-level topics in the table of contents:
What’s new — Learn about the new features in the current or next scheduled release.
Getting started — Learn basic concepts critical to effective usage of AtomSphere.
Atom, Molecule, and Atom Cloud setup — Learn how to set up the run-time infrastructure for the testing and execution of AtomSphere processes.
Process building — View comprehensive instructions for building and configuring components and processes.
Process deployment — Learn how to deploy processes to environments and Atoms.
Integration management — Learn how to monitor data that has been processed and the status of your Atoms, Molecules, and Atom Clouds.
Event-based integration — Learn how to build and deploy event-based integrations using web service publishing and message queuing.
Integration packs — Learn how to create, manage and install packaged integration solutions.
Connectors — View reference documentation for public connectors and the Connector SDK.
AtomSphere API — Learn how to access AtomSphere features programmatically.
Release notes archive — Learn about the new features in previous releases.
Navigation controls in the right pane
The following navigation controls are available at the top of the right pane:
|Previous topic||Opens in the right pane the topic that immediately precedes the currently open topic in the table of contents.|
|Next topic||Opens in the right pane the topic that immediately follows the currently open topic in the table of contents.|
|Breadcrumbs||Breadcrumbs are links enabling easy access to ancestor topics of the currently open topic. The breadcrumb trail begins with the “Welcome” topic (link text “Table of Contents”), and ends with the currently open topic.|
These tools are available at the top of the right pane:
Turn off or turn on the highlighting of search results.
Hide or show the panel that contains the table of contents and search results.
Print the current topic.
|Print topic and subtopics|
Print the current topic and all of its subtopics.
Other ways to get help
In the application, click the Help & Feedback menu in the upper right and select a resource:
To open support cases and check the status of your existing cases, select Support to go to the Dell Boomi Support Portal. You will be logged in automatically via single sign-on.
To view knowledge articles, ask questions, collaborate with other users, read product and developer blogs, and learn about training opportunities, select Community to go to the Dell Boomi Community. You will be logged in automatically via single sign-on.
To submit and vote for ideas for improving the Dell Boomi platform experience, select Feedback to go to the Dell Boomi Community’s Ideas for Boomi space.
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