Cyclr Connector Level Standards Guide

Connector Details

Setting Description
Name Should not include any version information
Version Should left blank
Description Should be from the product, google search result will likely give appropriate text
Logo Should be 400x400 and scale down nicely
Authentication Use oauth where available


Setting Description
Post Install Value Lookup Method  
Inbound Paging  
Inbound Page Size  


This specifies what type of authentication is used by the remote endpoint.

Field Description
Authentication Description Displayed when a user installs the connector.
Authentication Type Dropdown with a selection of different authentication types to choose from.

Authentication Types

Authentication Type Description
API Key The connector uses API key authentication. Required fields.
Basic The connector implements HTTP basic authentication.
OAuth1 The connector implements OAuth 1.0a authentication. Required fields.
OAuth2 The connector implements OAuth 2 authentication. Required fields.
Kerberos The connector implements Kerberos authentication.
NetSuiteOAuth1 The connector implements NetSuiteOauth1. Required fields.


Field Description
API Key Header  


Field Description
Authorise URL  
Access Token URL  
Request Token URL  

Click here for further information on OAuth1.


Field Description
OAuth 2 Type The grant type implemented by the API.
Authorise URL The URL
Access Token URL  

Click here for further information on OAuth2.


Auth Type Description
Access Token URL  
Request TOken URL  

Rate Limits


Setting Description
Name Should indicate what the method does
Description Should be provided and end with a “.”
Fields & Parameters ID should be uppercase in display fields but Id in system fields

System Field should be in PascalCase

Descriptions should end in “.”

All entities should have Get, Get All, Create, Update, Delete unless not supported by API

Should provide lookup/triggers for ID’s where possible

Method Level Settings.

Note: Any settings at the method level will override those set at the connector level.


Parameters are used to define a range of HTTP fields. You can define parameters at the connector level or method level. If a parameter is defined at the connector level, it will be global for all methods in the connector.

Parameter Fields

Field Description
Target Type Target Types
Target Name The name for the parameter. Must match the API definition.
Display Name The display name for the parameter. Should match Cyclr Standards.
Description Description for the parameter. If possible use the API description.
Trigger Trigger name for the parameter. If you want to dynamically show a list of parameter values for the user to choose from, set TriggerName as the trigger you want Cyclr to call. Please see the Triggers section for details.
Hidden Toggles whether or not a parameter will be shown to the user.
Optional Toggles whether or not a parameter must be included.
Parameter Values  

Target Types

Target Type Description
Http Header Will create a header with the given key:value.
Merge Field Will match with a place holder field in the endpoint.
Query String Will be formatted and sent as part of the URL. E.g. “” where ‘a’ and ‘b’ are both query string parameters.
Filter Field  
Response Field  

Account Connector Property


Triggers are used for dynamic lookups.

Key Description
IdentifierKey The key value cyclr will use.
HumanReadableKey The display value Cyclr will display to a user.

E.g. for the JSON object below, the IdentifierKey would be id and the HumanReadableKey would be name

  "id": "123",
  "name": "example"
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