This BLOCK sends data (records) stored into a variable to a Salesforce object. It updates records if they already exist in Salesforce, or inserts new records if they do not.
|BLOCK name||Configure the name displayed on this BLOCK.|
Select a Salesforce account.
info_outline You must register a Salesforce account beforehand under the Salesforce accounts section of the settings menu.
|Object name||Designate the Salesforce object whose records will be updated, or to which records will be added.|
|Source data variable||Designate the variable that contains the records (data) to be updated in/added to the Salesforce object.|
This external ID is used to judge whether to update an existing record or add a new record.
The following rules determine what occurs after the external IDs of the record stored into the variable and the target Salesforce object are compared:
You can specify the Salesforce record’s primary key (ID), idLookup item, or external ID item for this property.
info_outline When the item name specified by the external ID is different from the item name of the record stored in the variable, you must also set data mapping for the “External ID of the Salesforce object record” and the “Item of the record stored in the input data variable”.
Define how the Salesforce object's items correspond with the items (keys) in the records stored within the BLOCKS variable.
Define the following pair for each item:
|Sandbox||Designate whether or not the Salesforce record destination is a Sandbox environment.|
|BLOCK memos||Make notes about this BLOCK.|