Show Table of Contents Hide Table of Contents English English Multi-page HTML Single-page HTML PDF ePub Fuse Online Sample Integration TutorialsPreface1. Choosing the sample integration to create first2. What to expect when using Fuse Online for the first time3. Implementing the Twitter to Salesforce sample integration3.1. Registering Fuse Online as a Twitter client application3.2. Creating a Twitter connection3.3. Registering Fuse Online as a Salesforce client application3.4. Creating a Salesforce connection3.5. Creating and deploying the Twitter to Salesforce sample integration3.5.1. Choosing the start connection3.5.2. Choosing the finish connection3.5.3. Adding a basic filter step3.5.4. Adding a data mapping step3.5.5. Giving the integration a name and deploying it3.6. Confirming that the Twitter to Salesforce integration works3.7. Cleaning up your integration4. Implementing the Salesforce to database sample integration4.1. Registering Fuse Online as a Salesforce client application4.2. Creating a Salesforce connection4.3. Creating and deploying the Salesforce to database sample integration4.3.1. Choosing the start connection4.3.2. Choosing the finish connection4.3.3. Adding a data mapping step4.3.4. Giving the integration a name and deploying it4.4. Confirming that the Salesforce to database integration works4.5. Cleaning up your integration5. Implementing the AMQ to REST API sample integration5.1. Creating an AMQ connection5.2. Making a custom step available5.3. Creating a REST API connector5.4. Uploading the To Do app icon5.5. Creating a REST API connection5.6. Creating and deploying the AMQ to REST API sample integration5.6.1. Choosing the start connection5.6.2. Choosing the finish connection5.6.3. Adding a damage reporter step5.6.4. Adding a data mapping step5.6.5. Giving the integration a name and deploying it5.7. Confirming that the AMQ to REST API integration works5.8. Cleaning up your integrationLegal Notice Fuse Online Sample Integration Tutorials Red Hat Fuse 7.3How business users can share data among different applications Red Hat Fuse Documentation Team email@example.com Legal NoticeAbstract Follow step-by-step instructions for creating Fuse Online sample integrations. Preface Where did the comment section go?Red Hat's documentation publication system recently went through an upgrade to enable speedier, more mobile-friendly content. We decided to re-evaluate our commenting platform to ensure that it meets your expectations and serves as an optimal feedback mechanism. During this redesign, we invite your input on providing feedback on Red Hat documentation via the discussion platform.