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I am querying through a list of objects through salesforce and some of the objects are not supported through bulk api. For example, AcceptedEventRelation. Is there a way to check if the objects are supported through Bulk API or not. There seems to be less information about what objects are supported through Bulk API.

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It appears that the documentation does not explicitly give a list of the objects that throw the "____ is not supported by the Bulk API" exception, but it tends to be metadata objects as opposed to descriptive data objects, including:

  • List item
  • CaseStatus
  • ContractStatus
  • KnowledgeArticle
  • KnowledgeArticleVersion
  • KnowledgeArticleVersionHistory
  • KnowledgeArticleViewStat
  • KnowledgeArticleVoteStat
  • LeadStatus
  • OpportunityStage
  • PartnerRole
  • RecentlyViewed
  • SolutionStatus
  • TaskPriority
  • UserRecordAccess

https://developer.salesforce.com/forums?id=906F0000000Am1GIAS

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Here're the list of objects I've found which are not support the Bulk API:

  • AcceptedEventRelation
  • CaseStatus
  • ContractStatus
  • KnowledgeArticle
  • KnowledgeArticleVersion
  • KnowledgeArticleVersionHistory
  • KnowledgeArticleViewStat
  • KnowledgeArticleVoteStat
  • LeadStatus
  • OpportunityStage
  • PartnerRole
  • RecentlyViewed
  • SolutionStatus
  • TaskPriority
  • UserRecordAccess
  • ContentFolderItem
  • DeclinedEventRelation
  • EventWhoRelation
  • TaskStatus
  • TaskWhoRelation
  • UndecidedEventRelation

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