REST and SOAP integration services
You can create data sources in your application either from the operations in external SOAP services or by using standard methods to obtain data from external REST services.
When you use the New SOAP Integration wizard to create data sources, the system generates the records that are required to use the data source. These records include classes, properties, mapping rules, an authentication profile, and a connector. For more information, see Creating a SOAP integration.
In addition to obtaining data, you can configure the authentication for the data sources by using a basic, NTLM, or OAuth 2.0 authentication scheme. When you use the New REST Integration wizard to create a data source, the system generates the records that are required to use the data source. These records include classes, properties, mapping rules, data transforms, a connector, a data page, and optionally, an authentication profile, an OAuth 2.0 provider, and an access token. For more information, see Creating a REST integration.
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