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How to Install MiragetConnector
General Settings
Specific Settings
What are the supported sources?
What are the supported targets?

How to Install MiragetConnector

MiragetConnector can be installed only as a plugin available for Drupal, Joomla, Magento, and WordPress.

Simply download the plugin for your specific CMS and activated it as any other plugin.

See also our step by step guides for installing the plugin for each of the CMS at the following links.

MiragetConnector – How to install the plugin – Drupal
MiragetConnector – How to install the plugin – Joomla
MiragetConnector – How to install the plugin – Magento
MiragetConnector – How to install the plugin – WordPress

General Settings

In this section of the plugin you have the options to:
- Enable or Disable Sync
- Change your Miraget Token (automatically generated during activation)
- Select the number of rows to sync per call
- Enrich Leads (when combined with MiragetLeads)
- Refresh Interval
MiragetConnector - WordPress - General Settings

Specific Settings

In this section you perform the configuration for the specific sync stream.

Select on the technology for detailed information.

Amazon Aurora

Apache Hive

Google BigQuery





Amazon MySQL



Microsoft Azure

Salesforce Basic Connection



Zoho CRM

Amazon Oracle




Salesforce OAuth Connection



It will typically look like this. In this example we are using Zoho CRM

Select Plugin: The tool will automatically detect from a large pool of other plugins/modules that once detected will show in the drop menu.
Select Table: Once you select the plugin/module you will be given the choice to add the specific table for your ingestion.
Target System: A drop menu with all the supported systems that can be used as integration targets (for the full list check here).
Update Target: Depending on whether the data exist or no in your target destination, you can select to either update(yes) or insert(no).
API version: Select the API version of your target system (this will differ depending on the target and might not show as an option for your chosen service).
Token: Here you must enter the token of your chosen service (in this example Zoho Token).
As mentioned earlier the configuration differs slightly in accordance to each service structure.
E.g for Marketo you are asked to enter your Endpoint, ClientClassId, and SecretKey as shown here.

You should be able to retrieve all these details from your chosen service account to complete the configuration.


In the activity section you can see the recent activity of the plugin’s calls.

What are the supported sources (plugins/modules)?

List of supported modules for MiragetConnector Drupal
List of supported modules for MiragetConnector Joomla
List of supported plugins for MiragetConnector WordPress

What are the supported targets?

List of supported target systems for MiragetConnector