There are several third-party systems which are supported by FireStart and listed below grouped by their usage.

Access to a third-party system via business entities: 

  • Microsoft SharePoint 2010/2013/2016 On-Premise
  • Microsoft SharePoint Online (experimental)
  • MySQL
  • Other database systems via ODBC and OleDB (e.g. PostgreSQL, Microsoft SQL Server, etc.)
  • Microsoft Team Foundation Server 2015/2017
  • Microsoft Dynamics CRM 2013/2016
  • Various other systems over OData (authentication via Basic and Windows Authentication is possible)

FireStart can react to data updates in the following systems: 

  • Microsoft SharePoint 2010/2013/2016 On-Premise via SyncAdapter installed on all front-end-servers
  • Microsoft SharePoint Online via RemoteEventReceiver which have to be installed additionally (either On-Premise or in Azure)
  • Microsoft Team Foundation Server and Microsoft Dynamics CRM via a specific Plugin which has to be installed on the corresponding server

Access through Activities: 

  • SAP (Execution of BAPI or RFC-functions)
  • Microsoft SharePoint 2010/2013/2016 On-Premise as well as Microsoft SharePoint Online (Document handling, Add/Delete Websites, Set Permissions)
  • Mail- und Meeting-Request-Despatch via Microsoft Exchange or arbitrary SMTP servers
  • Microsoft Dynamics AX (experimental)
  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Active Directory (reading)
  • DocuSign
  • WebSMS
  • Bing Distance
  • Bing Translate
  • Various others via SOAP or REST Service (authentication via Basic and Windows Authentication is possible)
  • Other systems which are not directly supported, can be addressed via the PowerShell Script Activity

Custom Check Routines, which can periodically inquire the state of the system, and if necessary start a workflow: 

  • Microsoft SQL Server
  • Microsoft Exchange
  • DocuSign

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