Amazon SQS + Basecamp Classic Integrations

Appy Pie Connect allows you to automate multiple workflows between Amazon SQS and Basecamp Classic

About Amazon SQS

Amazon SQS is a fully managed message queuing service. It offers reliable, highly scalable, reliable messaging and transaction processing that lets you decouple tasks or processes that must communicate.

About Basecamp Classic

Basecamp Classic is a popular project management application. The classic version of Basecamp let's you keep track of multiple projects, milestones, todo items and more. An easy way to consolidate your work and keep your inbox clean.

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Best Amazon SQS and Basecamp Classic Integrations

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    Gmail + Amazon SQS

    Create Amazon SQS JSON messages for emails matching search term on Gmail [REQUIRED : Business Gmail Account] Read More...
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    Amazon SQS New Email Matching Search
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    Amazon SQS Create JSON Message

    If you use email content to create an Amazon SQS message, then this integration is for you. Once you set up this Gmail-Amazon SQS integration, it will trigger every time a new email matching your search term is received in your Gmail account, instantly adding a new JSON message to Amazon SQS to ensure that your pipeline is always moving. With Appy Pie Connect, you can set up this integration without writing a single line of code.

    Note: To use this integration you must have a Business Gmail account.

    How this works
    • A new email matching your search term is received
    • Appy Pie Connect automatically creates a new JSON message on Amazon SQS.
    What You Need
    • A Gmail account
    • An Amazon SQS account
  • Amazon SQS Trello

    Basecamp Classic + Trello

    Turn new Basecamp Classic to-dos into Trello cards
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    Amazon SQS New Todo Item
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    Trello Create Card
    Create cards in Trello based on to-dos and projects in Basecamp Classic with due dates and labels, automatically. With this Basecamp-Trello integration, you can create new Trello cards from selected to-dos in Basecamp Classic. This automation would make it easy for your employees to delegate tasks on a project board in Basecamp Classic and have those tasks show up in a Trello card.
    How This Basecamp Classic-Trello Integration Works
    • A new to-do is created in Basecamp Classic
    • Appy Pie Connect create a card in Trello
    What You Need
    • Basecamp Classic account
    • Trello account
  • Amazon SQS Slack

    Basecamp Classic + Slack

    Send new Basecamp Classic to-dos on Slack
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    Amazon SQS New Todo Item
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    Slack Send Channel Message
    Collaborate with your team on the go. This new Slack integration will send your new Basecamp Classic to-dos straight to a Slack channel of your choice. With Basecamp Classic-Slack integration, you can send new Basecamp Classic to-dos to Slack. Whether it's work stuff, your personal life or anything in between. It's the easiest way to keep everyone on the same page.
    How This Integration Works
    • A new to-do is created in Basecamp Classic
    • Appy Pie Connect create send Slack message
    What You Need
    • Basecamp Classic account
    • Slack account
  • Amazon SQS GitHub

    Basecamp Classic + GitHub

    Add a new issue to GitHub from Basecamp Classic to-dos Read More...
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    Amazon SQS New Todo Item
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    GitHub Create Issue
    There's a lot on your team's plate. It's difficult to keep track of tasks across platforms because there's so much going on. This program will assist your team in getting the work done. After setting this Basecamp Classic-GitHub integration, Appy Pie Connect will automatically create new issue to GitHub for every new to-do item added to Basecamp.
    How This Basecamp Classic-GitHub Integration Works
    • A new to-do is created in Basecamp Classic
    • Appy Pie Connect adds that task to GitHub
    What You Need
    • Basecamp Classic account
    • GitHub account
  • Amazon SQS GitHub

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Connect Amazon SQS + Basecamp Classic in easier way

It's easy to connect Amazon SQS + Basecamp Classic without coding knowledge. Start creating your own business flow.

  • New Queue

    Triggers when you add a new queue

  • New Message

    Triggers when a new message is added to a project.

  • New Milestone

    Triggers when a new milestone is added to a project

  • New Person

    Triggers when a new person is added to an account.

  • New Project

    Triggers when a new project is added to an account.

  • New Todo Item

    Triggers when a new todo item is added to a todo list.

  • New Todo List

    Triggers when a new todo list is added to a project.

  • Create JSON Message

    Create a new JSON message using data from the source trigger

  • Create Message

    Create a new message.

  • Create Queue

    Create a new queue

  • Create Message

    Creates a new message.

  • Create Milestone

    Creates a new milestone.

  • Create Project

    Be Careful! Easy to go over your plan limit.

  • Create Todo Item

    Creates a new todo item.

  • Create Todo list

    Creates a new todo list.

How Amazon SQS & Basecamp Classic Integrations Work

  1. Step 1: Choose Amazon SQS as a trigger app and Select "Trigger" from the Triggers List.

    (30 seconds)

  2. Step 2: Authenticate Amazon SQS with Appy Pie Connect.

    (10 seconds)

  3. Step 3: Select Basecamp Classic as an action app.

    (30 seconds)

  4. Step 4: Pick desired action for the selected trigger.

    (10 seconds)

  5. Step 5: Authenticate Basecamp Classic with Appy Pie Connect.

    (2 minutes)

  6. Your Connect is ready! It's time to start enjoying the benefits of workflow automation.

Integration of Amazon SQS and Basecamp Classic

Amazon Simple Queue Service(SQS. is a reliable, highly scalable hosted queue for storing messages as they travel between computers. Customers can send messages to an SQS queue, and another program can retrieve the messages, either continuously or at scheduled times.It is used for many types of messaging between applications, including task queues and notifications. Amazon SQS provides a simple web service interface that lets developers set up queues, send messages, and process those messages asynchronously.SQS is designed to be highly durable, with message retention available for up to 14 days. In addition, it offers flexible pricing options that enable developers to start small and scale up as needed.For example:In order to implement a delay in your application, you may use Amazon SQS with a simple Web Service call, passing a String object containing the text of the message.It means we need a delay in our application. The delay could be as long as we want.With AWS Simple Queue Service (SQS), messages are stored in "queues". Messages in a queue can be retrieved by only one consumer at a time. The consumer receives a message from the queue, processes it, then deletes the message from the queue. If a consumer crashes or gets overwhelmed, another consumer can receive and process the same messages.Queue names are globally unique across all queues within an AWS account. If you have two queues with the same name within the same AWS account, then only one of them will work at any given time. This is because you might send messages to both queues (by using the same name), and messages will get lost if there are two queues with the same name.If you need to use the same queue name across different AWS accounts, please contact support@amazonaws.com for further assistance.In order to integrate SQS with Basecamp Classic, we have to do the following tasks:· Connect to SQS· Create a SQS Queue· Send messages to the SQS Queue· Receive messages from SQS· Delete messages from SQSBasic concepts related to SQS:A queue is an entry point for messages and it is always associated with exactly one queue listener.We can create as many queues as we want and assign an unlimited number of consumers (workers. to listen to each of them.Note. Only one consumer can get messages from a single queue at once. If multiple consumers are trying to access the same queue at once, they will block until the first consumer finishes retrieving and deleting the message from the queue. If other consumers try to access that queue during this time period, they will get blocked until the first consumer is done processing the message. This is called blocking because each consumer is blocked for x amount of time until its turn comes to retrieve a message from the queue.Queues are global resources; they belong to AWS account where they were created and must never be deleted or modified by anyone outside of Amazon. Also, every message in a queue must be sent by an authorized sender before it can be received by an authorized receiver.By default , if no access control list (ACL. is specified, only the account owner has permission to perform all operations on the queue such as sending and receiving messages and deleting the queue itself. So, when we send message into this queue, we will be authenticated automatically by default and without any other action. But when we try to get messages from this queue by using AWS SDKs like for example AWS Java SDK or other SDKs provided by Amazon, we must be authorized explicitly for every message we want to get from this queue independently because every message has its own access control list (ACL. So we should pass appropriate credentials or temporary security credentials (provided by Amazon when we sign up for AWS. in order to authorize ourselves explicitly for every message we want to get from this queue independently. This is how it works; if we want to get message A from this queue we have to pass security credentials which have read permission for message A's ACL, so that our application will be authorized explicitly to get message A from this queue. This is how it works by default when no ACL is present for any messages in this queue.For more information about managing permissions for your Amazon SQS resources, see Manage Permissions .Objects in Amazon SQS are divided into two categories. messages and attributes .A message has three pieces of information:· A data type (string, binary, etc.)· An Amazon Resource Name (ARN. identifier for identifying the data type of the object in other parts of AWS (such as IAM.· A small amount of metadata that describes the message, such as whether or not it's been processed successfully or if it has errors associated with it.To format your string values into JSON-encoded bodies, use tools such as jsonencode(1. or json_encode(3. . Note that you must URL-encode any characters that aren't allowed in URLs before encoding them as JSON. For more information about JSON encoding guidelines, see RFC 4627 - JSON - JavaScript Object Notation [ http://tools.ietf.org/html/rfc4627 ].We will develop a simple Spring Boot application which will send a simple string value into SQS and which will also receive the same value from SQS by using AWS SDK for Java 1.6.x/1.7x . We will use Spring Boot 1.2.x version for developing our application because this version supports integration with AWS SDK for Java 1.6.x/1.7x . If you don't have yet installed Spring Boot 1.2 click here . We will install latest version of Eureka Client Libraries too since we will use DiscoveryClientConfigurer class provided by Eureka Client Libraries for registering our application with Eureka Server . We will also install Jackson 2 since Jackson 2 is required by AWS SDK for Java 1.6.x/1.7x for serializing JSON Strings .AWS SDK for Java Version 1.6 now supports Amazon SNS notifications through Simple Notification Service ( SNS . However, if you still want to use Amazon SNS instead of Simple Notification Service ( SNS ), you can configure it in your pom file using below configuration:<dependency> <groupId>com.amazonaws</groupId> <artifactId>aws-java-sdk</artifactId> <version>1.6</version> </dependency> <dependency> <groupId>com.amazonaws</groupId> <artifactId>aws-java-sdk-sns</artifactId> <version>1.6</version> </dependency> Click here for installing latest version of AWS SDK for Java 1.6 . If you don't have already installed latest version of Maven 3 click here . Open Terminal window and type mvn package command in your project's root directory and press enter key on your keyboard so that spring boot project will be built successfully as shown below image . Next step is running your project using mvn spring-boot:run command in your project's root directory so that your application will run successfully and it will be listening on port 8080 as shown below image . Now we have deployed our application on Tomcat server which is listening on port 8080 as shown below image . Now let's go ahead and learn how we can integrate SQS with our application by adding Amazon SQS related dependencies first into our project's pom file . In order to do that open your project's pom file and add below dependency first . <dependency> <groupId>com.amazonaws</groupId> <artifactId>aws-java-sdk</artifactId> <version>1.6</version> </dependency> <dependency> <groupId>com.amazonaws</groupId> <artifactId>aws-java-sdk-sqs</artifactId> <version>1.6</version> </dependency> Now save your edited pom file and open your project's src/main/resources/application-dev.properties file and add below information into it . # Uncomment Spring JDBC connection pool configuration #jdbc:h2:tcp://localhost/data/database #jdbc:h2:mem:test;DB_CLOSE_DELAY=-1;DB_CLOSE_ON_EXIT=FALSE;DB_CLOSE_TIMEOUT=-1;DB_TRACE=false;DB_USE_DEF_CURSOR=false spring.jpa.properties-store-mode

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