What’s new with APIs? [Breakout session]
ACE Session Track: APIs & Data Management
Get up-to-date on new developments with the Anaplan API featuring @sean_culligan @QuinE and @becky.leung
Here is the link to an article which describes how you can use OAuth2.0 to create an Anaplan connector for use in Azure Logic Apps
Thanks for the session, a lot of great content! Similar to the reduced blocking on exports, is there functionality to reduce blocking on imports with the transaction API?0
@pwdurhama The flow of the transactional api as it relates to imports is different, with the bulk API you post a whole file and then process the file via an import action (so you are updating many cells / records at once). Where the transactional api helps with blocking is that you are only writing / updating what you need. This means you have more options available to you to reduce the volume of data you are updating (hence limiting the impact on the model and reducing blocking). With the bulk api you have to update everything in one go, with the transactional api you have finer control so if you want a high volume update you can choose to limit the changes to fewer records and fields.
Sorry bit of a long winded answer, the way I see it is both bulk imports and transactional api imports are blocking. The benefit of the transaction api is it gives you more options to control the behaviour.2