Duro PLM Integration

Skip to the Set Up below for instructions on how to deploy or reconfigure this integration.

Establish Duro as the source of truth for product/component metadata, and bill of materials (BOM), while ION parts remain up to date with changes made in Duro with no manual intervention. This integration eliminates the extra effort it typically takes to manually import part details and BOM information into ION, which will help you create procedures and get to building faster.

Duro Change Order Approved

On change order approval within Duro, an integration with ION will fire which propagates part information and BOM changes to ION. Any time a new part, a new revision, or a new BOM is released in Duro via the change order process, that information will propagate to ION. ION, with the use of mBOM versions, automatically generates a new draft mBOM version for that part, adds all of the components, and then releases that mBOM version in ION.

Set up

  1. Navigate to the Integrations page designated by the two arrows in the bottom lefthand corner of your screen.

  2. Select Duro integration instance from the marketplace, and hit Configure.

  3. Hit Next and add your API credentials. You can find documentation on API credentials here API Keys

    • IMPORTANT: Each API Key is associated with a specific environment, be sure to generate the API keys from the correct environment and configure the automation to the designated environment.

  4. Generate a Duro API Key by navigating to the integration settings page and select Get API Key. Input that into the configuration of the integration.

  5. Ensure the revision schemes for your production and prototype parts are created in ION and the names inputted into the configuration screen. Ensure the allow overflow box is checked if you are going to go over two characters.

  6. To finish the configuration, you can map the data between the two platforms by adding key value pairs for ION native attributes and custom attributes. The keys are ION fields and the values are Duro fields.

  7. Hit Finish to complete the integration configuration. Before leaving this page, copy the URL by clicking the clipboard icon as seen below in order to configure the webhook in Duro in the following step. If the URL is hidden, you can show it by clicking on the No API Key Configured dropdown.

  8. The last step is to create a webhook in Duro that sends data to ION when a change order is approved. Navigate to the webhook page in settings and create new. You can populate the URL with the URL you captured in the previous step. Fill out the remaining details as seen below.

Please ensure the Include all Components and Products data below is checked as seen below

Future Improvements

File attachments and thumbnails from Duro are coming soon.

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