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Tenants

Tenant notifications for external storage

The Flow Notifications API let's you see any tenant notifications you may have. You can use the inbuilt API editor in the Flow drawing tool,...

Removing a Flow engine restriction

You can add restrictions to the apps you build with Flow, which allow you to limit both where apps are executed, and where they...

Disabling Flow engine restrictions

Here is how you can disable Flow engine restrictions in your tenant: Click Tenant. This opens the Tenant tab. Scroll...

Setting up Flow engine restrictions for execution

Boomi Flow lets you set up Flow engine execution restrictions. Setting up these restrictions takes seconds, and lets you whitelist instances where your flow...

Setting up regional restrictions for your flows (Using the API)

The Boomi Flow runtime is the globally-distributed platform infrastructure that runs your apps. The Flow runtime now supports multiple regions. This means, requests to...

Disabling regional restrictions for flows

Here is how you can disable regional restrictions for the flows in your tenant: Click Tenant. This opens the Tenant tab. ...

Setting up regional restrictions for your flows

You can set up regional restrictions for your flows from the Tenant tab in the Flow drawing tool. These restrictions determine  where flows in a...

Setting up regional restrictions for tenants (Using the API)

The Boomi Flow runtime is the globally-distributed platform infrastructure that runs your apps. The Flow runtime now supports multiple regions. This means, requests to...

Flow — Support for multiple regions

The Boomi Flow runtime is the globally-distributed platform infrastructure that runs your apps. The Flow runtime now supports multiple regions. This means, requests to...

Refreshing a service

We can refresh a service we have installed in our Flow tenant to update the service, and types that may be associated with the...

Using the same player in a different tenant

A Flow player is an interface used to render your apps. You can create a player, and reuse it for different flows in the...

Selecting a data store (From the drawing tool)

Here is how you can select one global data store, if you have added multiple data stores in your tenant. Click...

Disabling data replication (Using the drawing tool)

Once you have your own external store up and running, if you like, you can disable the Flow default storage. By doing this, you...

Enabling data replication (Using the drawing tool)

Data replication is the wise choice of storing your data in more than one place. Data replication is also intended as a precursory step...

Adding a data store (Using the drawing tool)

A store is a location used to store state data from the Boomi Flow platform externally. Having an external data store, outside the realms...

Editing a data store (Using the drawing tool)

Here is how you can edit an existing data store in your tenant from the Flow drawing tool: Click External Storage to...

Migrating to a data store (Using the drawing tool)

A store is a location used to store state data from the Boomi Flow platform externally. Having an external data store, outside the realms...

Deleting a data store from the tenant (Using the drawing tool)

You can easily delete a data store from the Boomi Flow drawing tool, as long as it is currently not in use. Here is how: ...

Disabling Flow default storage (Using the API)

Once you have your own external store up and running, if you like, you can disable the Flow default storage. By doing this, you...

Disabling data replication (Using the API)

If you want to switch back to the Flow internal storage, and disable the option of saving your runtime data in your own external...

Enabling data replication (Using the Flow API)

Data replication is intended as a precursory step in migrating runtime data from a tenant already in use to your own external storage; this...

Deploying the default external storage implementation to Heroku

You can create an external store in any database/location of your choice. If you want to use Heroku, we have a one-click installation for...

External storage — Ensuring data migration is successful

Once you have migrated your state data to an external store, what do you do next? You compare results! You know, just to be...

Configuring your storage (Using the API)

A store is a location used to store runtime data from the Boomi Flow platform externally. Having an external data store, outside the realms...

Migrating data to an external store (Using the API)

A store is a location used to store runtime data from the Boomi Flow platform externally. Having an external data store, outside the realms...

Setting up storage in Flow (Using the API)

A store is a location used to store your runtime data from the Boomi Flow platform externally. Runtime data is anything that is used specifically...

Restricting access by IP address

Flow lets you restrict run, draw, admin, and package access by IP address. The configuration options are available under the Advanced options in the...

Flow insights with Dashboard

The Flow Dashboard gives us granular insights into our flows, and the states that have been launched from them. We can see which flows...

Recipe: Implementing Flow reporting on Postgres

Boomi Flow has a reporting infrastructure, that lets us analyze, store, and query state data right from the comforts of our own database or...

Deleting a builder

A builder is a person who builds flows. You can add multiple builders to a Flow tenant. Here is how you can delete a builder...

Using tokens to share a flow

We know all about exporting and importing flows. There is now a quicker and faster way to share a flow between tenants - one...

Exporting a flow (without service password)

When we export a flow, credentials of any service integration that is used in the flow are also exported by default. For example, if...

Deleting a tenant

Halt! Are you sure? Absolutely, positively, one hundred per cent sure that you want to delete a tenant? The action is irreversible! You have...

Switching between tenants/subtenants

We can switch between multiple tenants/subtenants associated with an email account in Flow from within the Drawing Tool itself. Yes, that is convenient! Here is...

Listing builders in a tenant using the API

We can see the list of builders in a Boomi Flow tenant using the API tool. To do this, we will open the API...

Adding builders to a tenant

Here is how you can add builders to a tenant. Click LOG IN to login to the Flow drawing tool. ...

Tenants and subtenants

A tenant is the place where all your flows, values, service integrations and content are stored, and accessed from using the Boomi Flow drawing tool. A...

Creating a new subtenant

Boomi Flow uses a multi-tenant architecture for data isolation. You can create separate subtenants within your tenant to provide different groups of users within...

Importing a flow

We can import a flow from a different builder or a new tenant and use it in our current tenant. Flows can be exported/imported as a...

Finding the Tenant ID

Every tenant in Boomi Flow is assigned a universally unique identifier (UUID), called the Tenant ID. If we create subtenants within our tenant, each subtenant...

Resetting the builder password

If you have forgotten the password of your Boomi Flow tenant, or want to change it, you can do so easily. ...