To authenticate the OpenCRM connector you will need an API Key, Pass Key and your OpenCRM account name.
API Key and Pass Key
These credentials should be issued by OpenCRM’s support team or your OpenCRM account manager. Please contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
This is your account name as it appears in the url when logged into OpenCRM. For instance if the url is https://mycompany.opencrm.co.uk your account name for the API purposes would be mycompany.
Locate the OpenCRM connector
Cyclr Console > Connectors > Connector Library > OpenCRM
From the Edit Connector interface click ‘Setup’
Enter your Pass Key and OpenCRM account name, click ‘Next’
Enter your API Key, click ‘Next’
The connector is now authenticated and ready to use.
Adding Custom Fields
Your records may contain custom fields which by standard are not mapped each method’s request or response fields. The API field names for custom fields can be found in your custom field settings within OpenCRM. An example of a custom field API field name would be “cf_123”.
Once you have identified the custom field you want to add mappings for these can be added following the steps from this guide: https://docs.cyclr.com/adding-custom-fields
Most importantly, the API field name is what should be provided for the Field Location of the custom field.
The format varies slightly depending on whether the field is for a singular or plural method. ie. Get Contact or List Contacts.
|Method Name||Response/Request Field||Field Location||Example|
|List New Contacts||Response||.APIFieldName||.cf_123|
|List Updated Contacts||Response||.APIFieldName||.cf_123|