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Integrate Mattermost with Zoho Inventory

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About Mattermost

Mattermost is an open source team collaboration platform tht brings all your company's conversations, documents, and applications together in one place, making it easy for your team to collaborate securely on the things that matter most.

About Zoho Inventory

Zoho Inventory is a cloud-based inventory management solution designed for small to midsize businesses. With our simple yet powerful features, you can keep track of your online inventory from multiple warehouse locations.

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    Triggers
  • New Message Posted to Channel

    When message post on perticular channel.

  • New Contact

    Triggers when a new contact is created.

  • New Item

    Triggers when a new item is created.

  • New Item Adjustment

    Triggers when a new item adjustment is created.

  • New Purchase Receive

    Triggers when a new purchase receive is created.

  • New Shipment Order

    Triggers when a new shipment order is created.

  • New or Updated Invoice

    Triggers when a new invoice is created or an existing invoice is updated.

  • New or Updated Purchase Order

    Triggers when a new purchase order is created or an existing purchase order is updated.

  • New or Updated Sales Order

    Triggers when a new sales order is created or an existing sales order is updated.

  • Update Item

    Triggers when an item is updated.

    Actions
  • Post Message

    Post a new message to a channel.

  • Create Contact

    Creates a new contact or update an existing contact.

  • Create Item

    Creates a new item.

  • Create Sales Order

    Creates a new sale order.

  • Create Shipment Order

    Creates a new shipment order.

  • Mark Order as Delivered

    Marks an existing order as delivered

  • Update Contact

    Update a contact.

  • Update Item

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How Mattermost & Zoho Inventory Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Mattermost as a trigger app and authenticate it on Appy Pie Connect.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Pick Zoho Inventory as an action app and authenticate.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Select a resulting action from the Action List.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Select the data you want to send from Mattermost to Zoho Inventory.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Mattermost and Zoho Inventory

In this article I will describe an integration of Mattermost and Zoho Inventory. In particular, I will describe how to get Mattermost and Zoho Inventory to talk to each other. These two applications are aimed at different audiences. Zoho Inventory is targeted at small businesses that need a quick way to keep track of their inventory. Mattermost is targeted at organizations that want a simple and secure software to communicate internally with their employees. The integration of Mattermost and Zoho Inventory is a great example of a company using the best tops for the job.

The first step to integrating Mattermost and Zoho Inventory is to get Mattermost up and running on your computer. To do that you should download the web installer from https://github.com/mattermost/mattermost-installer/releases. Then install it on your computer. The next thing you need to do is set up a PostgreSQL database for Mattermost. You can fplow the instructions in this blog:

https://www.thatsmags.com/articles/set-up-mattermost-on-linux-centos/

Once you have Mattermost installed and working, it’s time to configure it so that it knows about Zoho Inventory. To do so, you will need to create two applications in your Mattermost organization:

  • A desktop application
  • A REST API application

Mattermost desktop app can be created by fplowing instructions here. https://docs.mattermost.com/deploying/apps/desktop-applications/desktop-applications-instructions.html

Next, create a new “REST API” application by fplowing these instructions. https://docs.mattermost.com/deploying/apps/rest-api-applications/rest-api-applications-instructions.html

Next, open up the web browser and head over to the Applications -> Create an application page (you can find this in the left navigation bar. Name the application “Zoho Inventory” and select “REST API” as the app type. Next, click on the “Add Key” button and enter the key for your inventory app into the text box that pops up. You can see where this key is located by going to the Admin section of Zoho Inventory and clicking on the “Setup” link in the top right corner of the screen. Under “Integrations & Extras” you should see a section labeled “Integration Key”. This section will show you where your integration key is stored. Copy it out of this section so that you can paste it into the Mattermost key text box when asked for it later on.

Next, you will want to open up your Mattermost server configuration file, which is usually located at /etc/mattermost/config/config.json or /opt/mattermost/config/config.json depending on your operating system if you are running on a server. Below are example contents of this file for reference purposes:

{ "database" . { "type" . "postgresql" , "username" . "postgres" , "hostname" . "localhost" , "database" . "mattermost" }, "integration" . { "public_key_snippet" . "[...]" , "public_key_url" . "[...]" , "trusted_certificates" . [ "-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- [...] -----END CERTIFICATE-----" ], "allowed_origins" . [ "https://mattermost.example.com/" ] }, "organizations" . { "default_organization_id" . 0 }, "plugins" . {}, "timezone" . "UTC" , "server_version" . "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"} }

Since we are using PostgreSQL as our database engine, we need to update the integration section so that it looks like this:

{ "database" . { "hostname" . "localhost" , "port" . 5432 }, "integration" . { "public_key_snippet" . "[...]" , "public_key_url" . "[...]" , "trusted_certificates" . [], "allowed_origins" . [], "database_enabled" . true , "database_hostname" . "localhost" , "database_port" . 5432 }, }

You will need to adjust these settings to match your environment, but basically all of these settings are telling Mattermost where your PostgreSQL server is located and what kind of server it is (in this case it’s running on localhost. If you are not sure what values to use for some of these settings, please refer to this article for help. https://docs.mattermost.com/deploying/database-setup/. You also need to make sure that you have set up a postgres user either be yourself or someone else on the server you are running Mattermost on who has access to create databases for Mattermost. You can read about that process here. https://docs.mattermost.com/deploying/database-setup/#create-the-postgresql-rpe . Also note that if you are running PostgreSQL on a non-standard port, you may have to change the value of the port attribute for this setting as well. After making these changes, save your configuration file and restart your Mattermost server so that your changes take effect.

Now that Mattermost is configured to use PostgreSQL as its database engine, we need to tell it how to connect with Zoho Inventory. To do that, you will need to edit an existing REST API application (or create one if you already haven’t. for your Mattermost installation by fplowing these steps:

The process to integrate Mattermost and Zoho Inventory may seem complicated and intimidating. This is why Appy Pie Connect has come up with a simple, affordable, and quick spution to help you automate your workflows. Click on the button below to begin.