I am creating a Fibery integration with Zoho CRM, but I need to integrate multiple separate instances of Zoho CRM, each with different login credentials. All will be linked to the same Fibery DB’s in one Space.
One Fibery Workspace ↔ Many Zoho accts (in one integration)
I imagine I might need a button somewhere for “Add another Zoho account to this integration”. Or perhaps use token-based Zoho access instead of OAuth.
I only need to pull data in from Zoho – no two-way sync.
I think it will make more sense in this instance if I implement it differently. Can you say if there would be any issues with this approach –
In my the integration Space, there will be a DB to hold all the auth info (username and password) for every Zoho account I need to integrate.
My integration app will read this info and make all the Zoho connections, and combine the data from them all. This will be integrated into Fibery with an extra field in each DB to identify which Zoho acct was the source for each entity.
It works if you are going to use the integration only for youself.
I don’t recommend to store non-encrypted user credentials in your Fibery space database as is. User credentials can be encrypted and stored in the same network with your integration app or on the same machine with your integration app and should not be accessible from outside. On our side account data are encrypted and only user provided account can have access to it.
One more thing is how the access to your integration app will be protected since it will be available publicly. Is it supposed to protected your app with some additional password or token in order to disable access to your data?
I plan to restrict access to the integration’s Space to only the Fibery Users who already have all this Zoho account login info. This is acceptable for this case, because it is also only these Users who need to access any of the integration’s data.
RE: protecting access to the Integration app – is my situation different from any other Integration app?