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Plug-ins are available to act on sources, targets and web service calls and can be called from scripts using the RunPlugin method. This means you can easily add encryption, compression, and much more to files moving through the Jitterbit transformation pipeline.

To see a list of source plug-ins that are available in Studio, right-click on a source and select Plugin from the pop-up menu. Right-clicking on a target and selecting Plugin from the pop-up menu will show a list of plug-ins available for targets. To see a list of script plug-ins, select the Plugin tab at the bottom of a script page.  For additional information on using plug-ins in the Studio, go to these related articles:

Use plug-ins to add the functionality your projects require. Plug-ins are very flexible and can do just about anything to your data and to the transformation logic. Jitterbit provides a range of plug-ins, and invites its users to publish their own.

To see the complete list of plug-ins currently available in Jitterbit Harmony, launch the Web Management Console and select Menu > Customizations > Plug-ins.

NOTE: Jitterbit supports plug-in manifests using wild cards for data elements. Jitterbit Version 5.0 or above is required to use plug-ins that use this feature.

NOTE: Jitterbit Customers that are using their own custom Plug-ins are responsible for the security of the custom Plug-ins.