Jibble

Jibble is a time tracking and attendance app that helps companies stay on top of their teams’ activities.

Data integration: Skyvia supports importing data to and from Jibble, exporting Jibble data to CSV files, replicating Jibble data to relational databases, and synchronizing Jibble data with other cloud apps and relational databases.

Backup: Skyvia Backup does not support Jibble backup.

Query: Skyvia Query supports Jibble.

Establishing Connection

Getting Credentials

To connect to Jibble, you need to fill out Client Id and Client Secret. To get them, do the following:

  1. Login to your Jibble account.
  2. Go to Settings -> Organization -> Create New Secret

    Create New Secret

  3. Create a name for your API Key and click Save.

    Set API Key Name

  4. A pop-up window will appear. Use Copy buttons next to API Key ID and API Key Secret to copy their values.

    Copy Credentials

Creating Connection

To create a Jible connection enter your Client Id and Client Secret in the corresponding fields and click Create Connection.

Creating Connection

Connector Specifics

Object Peculiarities

Timesheets

You must set a filter by the Date field to get the records from the Timesheets table. Additionally, you can set a filter by the Period field that accepts the following values: Day, Month, Week.

Stored Procedures

ClockIn

To run ClockIn (start the timer), run the following procedure and set :type to ‘In’:

call ClockIn(:personId, :type, :activityId, :projectId, :clientType, :platform_clientVersion, :platform_os, :platform_deviceModel, :platform_deviceName, :coordinates_latitude, :coordinates_longitude)

Example:

call ClockIn('a2786385-b7a2-4e28-a725-cba33f79229e', 'In', '0eef5b96-dca7-46ae-88a8-a889d5e1973f', 'd15607ac-d2cc-4e14-acbe-3681d069de75', 'web 'Web'.0 ', 'Windows 10', 'MacbookPro', 'TestLaptop', 42, -13.5)

ClockOut

To run ClockOut (stop the timer) run the following procedure and set :type to ‘out’:

call ClockOut(:personId, :type, :clientType, :platform_clientVersion, :platform_os, :platform_deviceModel, :platform_deviceName) где type = 'Out'

Example:

`call ClockOut(‘a2786385-b7a2-4e28-a725-cba33f79229e’, ‘Out’, ‘Web’, ‘web 3.0’, ‘Windows 10’, ‘MacbookPro’, ‘TestLaptop’)

You can use a call to the stored procedure, for example as a text of the command in the ExecuteCommand action in a Target component of a Data Flow or in Query.

Incremental Replication and Synchronization

Incremenal Replication is supported for the following objects:

  • Activities
  • Clients
  • Groups
  • LatestTimeEntries
  • Locations
  • Organizations
  • People
  • Projects

Synchronization is supported for the following objects:

  • Locations
  • People

DML Operations

Skyvia supports the following DML operations for Jira objects:

Operations Objects
INSERT, UPDATE, DELETE Locations, People
UPDATE LatestTimeEntries, Organizations
INSERT Clients, Groups, Projects

Supported Actions

Skyvia supports all the common actions available for most of the connectors for Jibble.