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Salesforce Connector Reference

Authorize

Relevant for OAuth-configured connectors only. If the connector is not authorized yet, the authorize operation will redirect to the service provider so the user can authorize the connector. See Configuring the Authorization Flow above.

N/A

Unauthorize

Relevant for OAuth-configured connectors only. Resets the state of the connector back to a non-authorized state.

N/A

Abort job

Aborts an open Job given its ID.

A JobInfo that identifies the aborted Job.

Batch info

Access latest BatchInfo of a submitted BatchInfo.

Latest BatchInfo representing status of the batch job result.

Batch result

` sfdc:batch-result `

Access com.sforce.async.BatchResult of a submitted BatchInfo.

com.sforce.async. BatchResult representing result of the batch job result.

Batch result stream

Access com.sforce.async.BatchResult of a submitted BatchInfo.

java.io.InputStream representing result of the batch job result.

Close job

Closes an open Job given its ID.

A JobInfo that identifies the closed Job.

Convert lead

Converts a Lead into an Account, Contact, or (optionally) an Opportunity.

A object.

Create

Adds one or more new records to your organization’s data.

An array of if async is false.

Create batch

Creates a Batch using the given objects within the specified Job.

A com.sforce.async. BatchInfo that identifies the batch job.

Create batch for query

Creates a Batch using the given query.

A BatchInfo that identifies the batch job.

Create batch stream

Creates a Batch using the given stream within the specified Job.

A com.sforce.async. BatchInfo that identifies the batch job.

Create bulk

Adds one or more new records to your organization’s data.

A BatchInfo that identifies the batch job.

Create job

Creates a Job in order to perform one or more batches through Bulk API Operations.

A com.sforce.async. JobInfo that identifies the created Job.

Create single

Adds one new record to your organization’s data.

An array of SaveResult

Delete

Deletes one or more records from your organization’s data.

An array of

Describe global

Retrieves a list of available objects for your organization’s data.

A

Describe sObject

Describes metadata (field list and object properties) for the specified object.

Empty recycle bin

The recycle bin lets you view and restore recently deleted records for 30 days before they are permanently deleted.

A list of

Get deleted

Retrieves the list of individual records that have been deleted between the range of now to the duration before now.

Get deleted range

Retrieves the list of individual records that have been deleted within the given timespan for the specified object.

Get server timestamp

Retrieves the current system timestamp (Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) time zone) from the API.

Calendar with the current timestamp.

Get updated

Retrieves the list of individual records that have been updated between the range of now to the duration before now.

GetUpdatedResult object containing an array of GetUpdatedResult objects containing the ID of each created or updated object and the date/time (Coordinated Universal Time (UTC) time zone) on which it was created or updated, respectively.

Get updated objects

Checks the timestamp of the last time this method was called, then retrieves the list of records that have been updated between then and now. When called for the first time, the method calls the API with the configuration and then stores ` [ currentTime ]` in the object store as a timestamp. All subsequent calls using this method use this configuration: . In order to reset the last updated time, call resetUpdatedObjectsTimestamp, described below.

List with the updated objects in the calculated time range.

Get updated range

Retrieves the list of individual records that have been created/updated within the given timespan for the specified object.

Get user info

Retrieves personal information for the user associated with the current session.

Hard delete bulk

Deletes one or more records from your organization’s data.

A BatchInfo that identifies the batch job.

Paginated query

DEPRECATED. Executes a paginated query against the specified object and returns data that matches the specified criteria.

with the results of the query or null.

Publish topic

Creates a topic which represents a query that is the basis for notifying listeners of changes to records in an organization.

N/A

Query

Executes a paginated query against the specified object and returns data that matches the specified criteria.

An array of SObjects

Query all

Retrieves data from specified objects, whether or not they have been deleted or archived.

An array of SObjects.

Query result stream

Returns an InputStream with the query results of a submitted BatchInfo. Internally the InputStreams contained in the sequence will be requested on-demand (lazy-loading).

InputStream with the results of the Batch.

Query single

Executes a query against the specified object and returns the first record that matches the specified criteria.

A single SObject.

Reset updated objects timestamp

Resets the timestamp of the last updated object. After you call this method, the initial timestamp that was set (if it was set) on the getUpdatedObjects method is cleared.

N/A

Retrieve

Retrieves one or more records based on the specified IDs.

An array of SObjects.

Search

Search for objects using Salesforce Object Search Language. Mimics using the search box inside the Salesforce UI.

An array of SObjects.

Set password

Change the password of a User or SelfServiceUser to a value that you specify.

N/A

Subscribe topic

Subscribe to a topic. To use this operation, place the connector as the first item in a flow.

org.mule.api.callback. StopSourceCallback

Update

Updates one or more existing records in your organization’s data.

An array of SaveResult.

Update bulk

Updates one or more existing records in your organization’s data.

A BatchInfo that identifies the batch job.

Update single

Updates one record in your organization’s data.

A SaveResult.

Upsert

Upserts a homogeneous list of objects: creates new records and updates existing records, using a custom field to determine the presence of existing records.

A list of , one for each passed object.

Upsert bulk

Upserts a homogeneous list of objects: creates new records and updates existing records, using a custom field to determine the presence of existing records. In most cases, prefer over , to avoid creating unwanted duplicate records.

A BatchInfo that identifies the batch job.

Sours: https://docs.mulesoft.com/salesforce-connector/0.3.6/salesforce-connector-reference

Salesforce Connector

  • Fields To Null: The configurations have a checkbox called Can Clear Fields by Updating Field value to Null. If checked, all the fields in a request that have a Null value will be added to the fieldsToNull field and sent to Salesforce. Using this feature, you can decide which fields to set to null without being forced to use the fieldsToNull field.

  • Upsert: Unless you configure the External ID Field Name for the sObject to which you’re trying to upsert, every use of the upsert will fail.

    upsert
  • Upsert: The upsert operation does not work with the sObject .

  • Query: Even though you can see the fields of an SObject and their corresponding types via DataSense, the Query operation returns all fields as . If you want to use the actual type of the field, you must convert that field to the desired type using a Transform Message component.

    query-dateTime

    In this example, although CreatedDate field appears as dateTime, the query actually will actually return a String representing the date. In order to actually use the field as a dateTime, you can configure it using Transform Message, like in the example.

  • Inserting into Dropdown: Be aware, inserting dependent values into an existing drop-down list field in Salesforce doesn’t always work. Test to confirm functionality.

  • Evaluating Values in Dropdown: If you’re evaluating against a value in an existing drop-down list field in Salesforce, be sure to use the exact value in the dropdown. For example, if you use the value "US" to evaluate against the contents of a drop-down list which contains the value "USA", the evaluation will work, but you end up with two values in the dropdown: one for US and one for USA.

  • Currency: Currency values cannot exceed 18 characters in length.

  • Currency: When working with multiple currencies, be aware of which currency your sObject uses, to avoid inaccurate entries. The default currency matches the location at the organization level.

  • Limits on API Calls: Check the limit on the number of API calls to which you’re entitled. Ensure that your app does not exceed the number of allotted calls per day.

  • Opportunity sObject: When extracting data from an Opportunity, be aware that a "quarter" is not relative to a calendar year; a "quarter" in this context is relative to the financial year of the organization.

  • Sours: https://docs.mulesoft.com/salesforce-connector/0.3.9/
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    Salesforce Connector 10.12 Reference - Mule 4

    Connection Timeout

    Specifies the amount of time that the consumer attempts to establish a connection before it times out. Works in tandem with Time unit. Values less than one millisecond are converted to 0.

    0

    Time unit

    • NANOSECONDS

    • MICROSECONDS

    • MILLISECONDS

    • SECONDS

    • MINUTES

    • HOURS

    • DAYS

    Time unit to use for the Connection Timeout parameter

    SECONDS

    Login Request Timeout

    Amount of time, in the unit defined in the Login Request Time unit field, for which the consumer waits for the login request to be received before the request times out. Values less than one millisecond are converted to 0.

    Login Request Time unit

    • NANOSECONDS

    • MICROSECONDS

    • MILLISECONDS

    • SECONDS

    • MINUTES

    • HOURS

    • DAYS

    Time unit for the Login Request Timeout field value

    Proxy configuration

    Proxy configuration for the connector.

    Object TTL

    Specifies the amount of time an object in the Connections pool lives if it was not used.

    30

    Time unit

    • NANOSECONDS

    • MICROSECONDS

    • MILLISECONDS

    • SECONDS

    • MINUTES

    • HOURS

    • DAYS

    Time unit that qualifies the Object TTL

    SECONDS

    Max Entries

    Specifies the amount of objects that live in the pool at a specific moment. When this number is reached and a new object is needed, no new objects will be created and the application waits until a connection is released.

    10

    Api Version

    The API version used. Defaults to the latest api version supported by the connector.

    TLS configuration

    Defines a configuration for TLS, which can be used from both the client and server sides to secure communication for the Mule app. When using the HTTPS protocol, the HTTP communication is secured using TLS or SSL. If HTTPS is configured as the protocol then the user needs to configure at least the keystore in the child element of the .

    Reconnection

    When the application is deployed, a connectivity test is performed on all connectors. If set to true, deployment fails if the test doesn’t pass after exhausting the associated reconnection strategy.

    Consumer Key

    The OAuth consumerKey as registered with the service provider

    x

    Consumer Secret

    The OAuth consumerSecret as registered with the service provider

    x

    Authorization Url

    The service provider’s authorization endpoint URL

    Access Token Url

    The service provider’s accessToken endpoint URL

    Scopes

    The OAuth scopes to request during the OAuth dance. If not provided, it defaults to the OAuth scopes in the annotation.

    Resource Owner Id

    The resourceOwnerId that each component should use if it doesn’t reference otherwise.

    Before

    The name of a flow to execute immediately before starting the OAuth dance

    After

    The name of a flow to execute right after an accessToken has been received

    Listener Config

    A reference to an /> to use to create the listener that receives the access token callback endpoint.

    x

    Callback Path

    The path of the access token callback endpoint

    x

    Authorize Path

    The path of the local HTTP endpoint that triggers the OAuth dance

    x

    External Callback Url

    If the callback endpoint is behind a proxy or should be accessed through a non direct URL, use this parameter to tell the OAuth provider the URL it should use to access the callback.

    Object Store

    A reference to the object store that should be used to store each resource owner ID’s data. If not specified, runtime will automatically provision the default one.

    Sours: https://docs.mulesoft.com/salesforce-connector/10.12/salesforce-connector-reference

    Create Records In Salesforce

     

    MuleSoft’s Salesforce Connector helps you to accelerate your Salesforce integrations across Sales Cloud, Service Cloud, Salesforce Platform, and Force.com. The connector gives you access to all Salesforce entities to enable automation of your business processes to help maximize your investments in services and solutions like enabling your sales teams, increasing revenue, and serving your customers better. This connector:

    • Provides a powerful solution to implement top Salesforce integration patterns.
    • Supports all create, read, upsert, and delete operations across Salesforce objects. Additionally it supports Salesforce’s bulk operations that are optimized for working with large sets of data.
    • Enables you to easily leverage custom fields and custom entities to solve integration needs to your custom Salesforce instance.

    In this tutorial we will demonstrate how can we Create Records In Salesforce, Create operation Adds one or more new records to your organization’s data.

    Prerequisites:

    • Installing salesforce connector(by login into anypoint exchange from studio you can install the salesforce connector)
    • Salesforce developer account
    • Security token
    • Consumer key and secret(If you are using the Salesforce connector to access an OAuth API, you also need a consumer key and secret)

    As a use case we will create an Account object in Salesforce using Salesforce connector

    Create project in Anypoint studio

    Drag and drop Salesforce Create Connector

     

    Configure the connection details for Salesforce and use the Basic Username and Password connection(Username,Password,Securitytoken),you can also use other connections as well to do the configuration like Oauth UserName and Password etc

    Create Records In Salesforce

     

    Create the payload to create the Account in Salesforce

     

    Deploy the application and test

    Test the API using POSTMAN

    Create Records In Salesforce

     

    Test2 account is created in Salesforce

      

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    Sours: https://mulesy.com/create-records-in-salesforce/

    Connector mulesoft salesforce

    SalesForce Connector is a secure way of connecting to and accessing data from a Mule application. It handles all five ways of integrating Salesforce. It is capable of performing all of the operations exposed by SalesForce via four of their APIs.

    Prerequisites

    • Create a SalesForce account if you don't have one.

    • Reset the security token.

      • Go to My Settings > Personal > Reset My Security Token. Click Reset Security Token and it will send a security token to your registered email.

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    We will discuss how to create account record in SalesForce using basic authentication from the Mule application.

    Create Accounts View With Postal Code in Salesforce

    Log into Salesforce. Go to Accounts > Create New View. Enter the view name All Accounts with Postal Code and then go to Select Fields to Display.

    Remove all default fields available in Selected Fields and add Billing State/Province, Billing Street, Billing City, Billing Zip/Postal Code, Billing Country, and Account Name.

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    You can use HTTP Listener to receive messages and transform input messages using DataWeave in the required format to create accounts with a postal code in Salesforce.

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    First, configure the SalesForce connector. Then, place the  component before the SalesForce connector, as it will generate output metadata for  automatically, depending on the configuration that we have done for the SalesForce connector.

    Now, set the Operation to Create, as you want to create an Accounts with Postal Code in Salesforce. Set the  to Account and click on Add Connector Configuration. It will open another window. Select Salesforce: Basic Authentication and provide your SalesForce account details like username and password with the security token that you received. You can validate your configuration by clicking Validate Configuration and finally pressing OK.

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    In , set up the input metadata (sample input file provided below). Output metadata will be generated as explained in this article above.

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    Testing the Application

    You can use Postman to post the message to the Mule application. It will transform the message and create an account in SalesForce.

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    Now you can log into Salesforce and verify whether the account has been created.

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    Similarly, you can perform various operations such as querying, updating, deleting the records, and more. It also provides a facility called QueryBuilder to generate your query to read data from SalesForce.

    I hope this article helps you in understanding how to integrate Salesforce with your Mule Application.

    Sours: https://dzone.com/articles/salesforce-connector-with-anypoint-mulesoft-1
    Salesforce Connector Demo: Integration with Mule

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