Getting Groovy With The Orchestrator
85%-95% of Orchestrations are no-code, however the rest require a low-code solution – Groovy fills this gap:
The following insight, including the screen shots, is the short version of an excellent presentation delivered by Larry Furino of ACBM Solutions, at the recent Quest JDE week .
Groovy is a programming language that is often used by Java developers, that can run on any platform.
So how can Groovy be used in Orchestrator?
- In the orchestration output (to grab and format output)
- In connectors (database and REST connectors) to manipulate output from connector
- Custom requests