See the supported connectors for Application Integration.

Return task

The Return task lets you customize the error messages corresponding to the HTTP response codes that are returned during an integration execution failure.

You can modify or customize error messages for the following HTTP response codes:
HTTP code Canonical code

Configure the Return task

To configure the Return task:

  1. In the Google Cloud console, go to the Application Integration page.

    Go to Application Integration

  2. In the navigation menu, click Integrations.

    The Integrations page appears listing all the integrations available in the Google Cloud project.

  3. Select an existing integration or click Create integration to create a new one.

    If you are creating a new integration:

    1. Enter a name and description in the Create Integration pane.
    2. Select a region for the integration.
    3. Select a service account for the integration. You can change or update the service account details of an integration any time from the Integration summary pane in the integration toolbar.
    4. Click Create.

    This opens the integration in the integration editor.

  4. In the integration editor navigation bar, click Tasks to view the list of available tasks.
  5. Click and place the Return task element in the integration editor.
  6. Click the Return task element on the designer to open the Return task configuration pane.
  7. Configure the displayed fields using the Configuration properties for the task as detailed in the tables below.

    All changes to the properties are saved automatically.

Configuration properties

The following table describes the configuration properties of the Return task.

Property Data type Description
HTTP code Integer The 4XX HTTP code for which you want to customize the error message.
Customized return message String The custom error message for the specified HTTP code.

Error handling strategy

An error handling strategy for a task specifies the action to take if the task fails due to a temporary error. For information about how to use an error handling strategy, and to know about the different types of error handling strategies, see Error handling strategies.