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Docs: Connectors

In the skill builder page, KLoBot has the ability to connect to a 3rd party REST API and integrate this connection to a skill. By providing the correct credentials and API endpoint, the user can create a skill that connects KLoBot to a SharePoint Site, NetDocuments API or HTTPS Connector.

This connector allows the skill to establish a connection with a 3rd Party REST API. In order to use this connector, the user must know the endpoint, the credentials and the necessary information for the REST API.

This Connector supports two request methods, GET and POST. For Security type, supports None, Basic Auth and OAuth 2.0. If the REST API, has no Security Type, leave as None.

In the following, connecting to Service Now API with Basic Auth for the IT Support Skill.

If the REST API requires additional Headers or Data, add them using the respective add button.

After the required information is entered. Test to see if the connection is successful.

This connector allows the skill to connect to NetDocuments. In order to use this connector, the user must have a NetDocuments account .

There are many processes in the NetDocuments Connect. To see how they are used, Go to NetDocuments Skill in the How To section.

In the following, connecting to NetDocuments API for the Workspace process.

You are required to have the correct KLoBot Microservice Endpoint, the Client ID, and Client Secret.

In the following, adding the data for workspace process for NetDocuments Skill.

After the required information is entered. Test to see if the connection is successful.

This connector allows the skill to connect to a SharePoint site. In order to user this connector, the user MUST have a valid SharePoint site and Must have Valid SharePoint site.

The SharePoint Connector supports two Methods, Search and Get Method.

In the following, connection to search in a SharePoint Site.

Retrieve the List on the SharePoint site by clicking Get List. Select the Main SharePoint List Column and add additional columns if needed.

In the following, connection to Get in a SharePoint Site.

Retrieve the List on the SharePoint site by clicking Get List. Add the columns that the user wants.

After the required information is entered. Test to see if the connection is successful.