in this week’s tip of the week we wanted to share how you can set up multiple environments for your connectors. while this is a slightly more advanced feature, it is a really useful to ensure the Connector Functions are working as intended with non-production data while you’re building and testing. you can easily use different endpoints, or use different authentication details, for up to 3 environments.
here’s how to set it up:
- create a new Connector (or open an existing one) and select the number of connections you’d like. by default, this is set to one:
- for each of the environments, define the endpoint, port, headers and certs you’d like to use:
- once that’s set up, you can run your Connector Functions from your Apps. depending on whether you’re running your apps from a not published Version, a Published Version or an Approved Version, the corresponding Connection will be used as such:
Development: approved (if this feature is enabled)
this article describes in further detail how this functionality works: How To Run A Connector Function in Multiple Environments | Tulip Knowledge Base - Support for Building Operations Apps.
let us know if you have any questions!!