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How to Install MiragetConnector for Joomla

In this post we will show you how to install and configure MiragetConnector for the popular Joomla CMS.

Table of contents

Step 1. Login as an administrator
Step 2. Extend Tab
Step 3. Download MiragetConnector for Joomla
Step 4. “Install new extension”
Step 5. Enable new extension
Step 6. MiragetConnector Configuration

Step 1. To begin with you must login to your Joomla website as an administrator.

Joomla 3.x.x


Step 2. At the top menu bar menu navigate at Top Menu -> Extensions -> Manage -> Install

Step 3. Open a new tab on your browser and go to  to download the MiragetConnector plugin for Joomla

Step 4. Return to your Joomla “Upload & Install Joomla Extension” tab and click on “browse for file” button.

In the popup window navigate to the MiragetConnector plugin you have just downloaded and click on open.

Step 5. Enable new extension

In the next message that the installation was completed successfully, select to enable newly added extensions.

Tip: Enter “miraget” in the search bar to help you find the plugin faster.

Step 6. MiragetConnector Configuration

One enabled click on configure to start with the plugin setup.

You will arrive at MiragetConnector Settings Page

General Settings

Here you have options for:

A) Enabling/Disabling the service

B) Your Miraget Token (should be automatically generated)

C) The number of data/raws you wish to sync

D) Enrich leads (leave it at the default “no” setting)

E) The time interval the service will run

Specific Settings

This is where the main setup of the plugin is done.

Source: Refers to the specific table of your website’s database that you wish to have synced to one of the supported services.

MiragetConnector will auto-detect a number of tables from a pool of supported modules and you will need to chose the one you wish for your requirements.

Target: This refers to one of the aforementioned supported services and it is where your data will sync to. Type the first letter of your service and it will automatically show.

For this tutorial we are using NetSuite as an example. Please bear in mind that a few fields shown here might be only relevant to a specific service and might not be showing for another e.g. Salesforce.

Endpoint: Enter the url of the target application (use the web address of your login page)

Email: The email you use to sign in

Password: The password you use to sign in (encrypted field)

These following two entries are specific to NetSuite. Sometimes these fields are required or they can be optional.


ApplicationID:Log into your NetSuite account, navigate to Setup > Integration > Manage Integrations. Create a new integration, and copy the Application ID.

Account: Your NetSuite account ID (Setup > Company > Company Information)

Recode Type: For our example of Netsuite this should be Web service