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Integration documentation

Integration documentation refers to the documentation that describes how to integrate different systems or components into a larger system. Some examples of attributes that may be included in integration documentation are:

SystemsThe systems or components that are being integrated.
InterfacesThe points of connection between the systems or components, including any APIs or other technical specifications.
Data flowsThe movement of data between the systems or components, including any data transformations or mapping that occurs.
Error handlingThe procedures for handling errors or exceptions that may occur during the integration process.
SecurityThe measures in place to protect the confidentiality, integrity, and availability of the data and systems being integrated.
TestingThe procedures and criteria for testing the integration to ensure that it is functioning as intended.
MaintenanceThe processes for updating and maintaining the integration over time.

Integration documentation is important for ensuring that systems and components are properly integrated and for providing guidance on how to maintain and troubleshoot the integration. It is typically used by IT professionals and other technical staff who are responsible for implementing and supporting the integration.

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