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How to Call StarfishETL APIs from Creatio

August 26, 2022

If you are looking for a way to automate the push of data from Creatio CRM to another system using StarfishETL’s Designer (recently renamed Cloud Cartographer), you've come to the right place. We assume that you are already familiar with Creatio System Settings, Web Services, and Business Processes, as well as creating jobs in StarfishETL. You may want to keep the StarfishETL API documentation handy for this task.

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Building Integrations With Creatio On the Fly

June 13, 2022

StarfishETL is the powerhouse behind the Connect Creatio platform, a low-code iPaaS for integrating supporting applications with Creatio products and migrating data from other CRM solutions to Creatio. In this video, we'll demonstrate how easy it is to build an integration using Connect Creatio's powerful, visual, and intuitive interface.

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Fixing the "Unable to translate bytes..." Error When Using the "CSV via Upload" Connector in StarfishETL

May 31, 2022

This error message is generally caused by “unknown, unrecognized, or unrepresentable characters”. You can find out if there is an issue with your file by opening the file in a text editor.

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How to Create a Connection in StarfishETL

May 6, 2021

The connection is what allows you to have read/write access to the modules you need. It tells your connecting solutions, “Hey! I want StarfishETL to be able to access your data. Grant it the permissions it needs to do this migration or integration correctly.” Once the connection is in place, you can create your data map or use a pre-built map to build your project the way you prefer.  The data map is the plumbing that determines how your data flows. 

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Jobs in StarfishETL

July 9, 2018

This is a brief overview on what a Job is and how it can be used in StarfishETL.

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Scheduler in StarfishETL

July 9, 2018

This is a brief overview on what a Scheduler is and how it can be used in StarfishETL.

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Maps in StarfishETL

July 9, 2018

This is a brief overview on what a Map is and how it can be used in StarfishETL.

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Connectors in StarfishETL

July 9, 2018

This is a brief overview demonstrating what a connector does in StarfishETL.

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Creating a New Project (Job) in StarfishETL

May 30, 2018

This video walks you through how to create a project in StarfishETL.

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Setting up Your Origin and Destination in StarfishETL

May 30, 2018

This shows you how to set up an origin and destination in StarfishETL.

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Creating a Map in StarfishETL

May 30, 2018

This shows you how to create a map in StarfishETL.

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StarfishETL On-Premises Installation

February 14, 2018

Using the on-premises version of StarfishETL? This video guides you with step-by-step installation instructions.

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StarfishETL Migration Wizard: What to Expect

December 27, 2017

Ready to start moving your data with our Cloud Wizard? Here's a quick glimpse of what to expect.

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StarfishETL Pre-Installation Checklist

September 6, 2017

There are a few steps you need to take before installing StarfishETL components on your computer for the on-premises version. This short video will guide you through these steps.

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Generating StarfishETL Cross-Reference Files from MSCRM Picklists

May 31, 2017

When using Starfish to migrate from Microsoft Dynamics CRM to a different CRM system, you may need to create cross reference files that translate picklist codes to actual text values. This is particularly true if you don’t have a full Dynamics CRM instance setup for the database you are migrating from. In such as situation, the database returns numeric codes for picklist values instead of their actual text. This makes it hard to work with because of the need to manually translate each number to…

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