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== Building custom connectors ==
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Resco has prepared OpenAPI definition files that can be used by Power Automate to create a custom connector for interfacing with Resco Cloud. Both YAML and JSON formats are available. When using an OpenAPI definition to describe a custom connector in Power Automate, [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/custom-connectors/faq#limits the file must be less than 1 MB]. Therefore, the API definition only includes selected entities by default. Contact [https://www.resco.net/contact-support/ Resco support] for more information.
 
Resco has prepared OpenAPI definition files that can be used by Power Automate to create a custom connector for interfacing with Resco Cloud. Both YAML and JSON formats are available. When using an OpenAPI definition to describe a custom connector in Power Automate, [https://docs.microsoft.com/en-us/connectors/custom-connectors/faq#limits the file must be less than 1 MB]. Therefore, the API definition only includes selected entities by default. Contact [https://www.resco.net/contact-support/ Resco support] for more information.
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{{Note|The API definition files can be also utilized by other tools and services compatible with the OpenAPI standard, not only Power Automate.|Tip}}
 
{{Note|The API definition files can be also utilized by other tools and services compatible with the OpenAPI standard, not only Power Automate.|Tip}}
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'''(Coming soon)''': You can also generate your own OpenAPI file with entities necessary for your particular use case. In the [[Admin Console]], select TBD from the menu; then select the entities (fields?) that you need.
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'''(Coming soon)''': You can also generate your own OpenAPI file with entities necessary for your particular use case. In the [[Admin Console]], select TBD from the menu; then select the entities (fields?) that you need.
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== See also ==
 
== See also ==

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