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Salesforce is a cloud computing Service as a Software (SaaS) company that allows you to use cloud technology to connect more effectively with customers, partners, and potential customers.
Hevo uses Salesforce’s Bulk API to replicate the data from your Salesforce applications to the Destination database or data warehouse. To enable this, you need to authorize Hevo to access data from the relevant Salesforce environment.
Salesforce allows businesses to create accounts in multiple environments, such as:
Production: This is the environment that holds live customer data and is used to actively run your business. A production org is identified by URLs starting with https://login.salesforce.com.
Sandbox: This is a copy of your production organization. You can create multiple sandbox environments for different purposes, such as development and testing. Working in the sandbox eliminates any risk of compromising your production data and applications. A sandbox is Identified by URLs starting with https://test.salesforce.com.
An active Salesforce production account or sandbox account.
History tracking is enabled to track history objects.
Configuring Salesforce as a Source
Perform the following steps to configure Salesforce as a Source in your Pipeline:
Click PIPELINES in the Asset Palette.
Click + CREATE in the Pipelines List View.
In the Select Source Type page, select Salesforce.
In the Configure Your Salesforce Account page, click on + Add Salesforce Account or + Add Another Account (if an account already exists).
Select the environment from which Hevo must ingest the data, and then, click Continue.
Log in to your Salesforce account.
Click Allow to authorize Hevo to access your Salesforce Account.
You are then redirected to the Configure Your Salesforce Account page.
Specify the Pipeline Name, and then, click CONTINUE.
Proceed to configuring the data ingestion and setting up the Destination.
Hevo loads all the objects linked with your Salesforce account.
Historical Data: Once you create the Pipeline, all data associated with the Salesforce account is ingested by Hevo and loaded into your Destination.
Incremental Data: Once the historical load is completed, all new and updated records are synchronized with your Destination.
If any event is deleted in Salesforce, the ISDELETED column in Salesforce is marked TRUE. These deleted events do not appear in the Salesforce dashboard.
Now, when Hevo starts to replicate data from the Salesforce applications to your selected Destination, these deleted events which are marked TRUE in the ISDELETED column also get replicated to your Destination. As a result, you might see more events in your Destination than the Source.
Schema and Primary Keys
Hevo uses the following schema to upload the records in the Destination:
Hevo uses the following data model to ingest data from your Salesforce account:
|Account||Represents information about the company or business user.|
|Campaign||Represents campaigns and tracks their efficiency with cost, revenue, and converted leads analysis.|
|Contact||Represents a company or a person associated with an account that can become a potential customer.|
|Event||Represents an event in the calendar.|
|Lead||Tracks valuable prospects apart from contacts, and convert them into opportunities.|
|Opportunity||Tracks and stores your deals in progress.|
|Product||Represents a product your company sells.|
|Custom Objects||Represents custom objects, entities that support custom objects, and their standard fields, named with a suffix
|StandardObjectNameShare||Represent a model for all share objects associated with standard objects.|
|StandardObjectNameHistory||Represent a model for all the history objects associated with standard objects.|
|StandardObjectNameOwnerSharingRule||Represent a model for all owner sharing rule objects associated with standard objects.|
|StandardObjectNameFeed||Represent a model for all the feed objects associated with standard objects.|
Hevo only supports the objects fetched using the Bulk API.
Hevo does not fetch any files added as attachments in Salesforce.
Hevo does not fetch any columns of Compound data type.
Refer to the following table for the list of key updates made to the page:
|Date||Release||Description of Change|
|22-Feb-2021||1.57||Include the setup guide on the Salesforce Source configuration UI.|