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You can use any login call, and you'll be able to use that session ID with REST. This probably isn't clearly documented, but there are similar questions on here (and other forums) that do explain this. For example, I use this code to get my browser session: document.cookie.match(/sid=(.+?);/)[1] ...which I can then throw directly into the Authorization ...


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I ran into a similar challenge on a previous project where existing PBE rows could not be "updated" if you are sending CurrencyIsoCode, Product2Id, or Pricebook2Id as part of your upsert call. If you look at the API guide, the updateable flag on those three fields is false. The workaround I implemented was as follows: Run initial upsert call with all ...


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There is actually a piece of documentation that goes over this in the ISVForce guide. API Access in Group and Professional Editions The first lines of text on that page read API access is not normally supported in GE and PE orgs. However, after your app passes the security review, you’re eligible to use some APIs for building composite applications. ...


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IDs are numbers actually, so you can use the last selected ID in the next query. I mean, If you make a query SELECT Id FROM Attachment ORDER BY Id LIMIT 2 and it returns something like {a00J000000BWNYk, a00J000000BWNYl}. You can take the last ID and use it to found the next two Attachments, SELECT Id FROM Attachment WHERE Id > 'a00J000000BWNYl' ORDER BY ...


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I got a response from Jitterbit, so I thought I would post for anyone in the future that has this question. Hope this helps! Jitterbit server is hosting a website that Salesforce is calling with an outbound message. That being the case it is critical to allow the call from Salesforce to the Jitterbit server as well as the confirmation call back to ...


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You can use Date Formats and Date Literals together with Date Functions directly in the SOQL query: Select Id From Account Where CreatedDate = TODAY And HOUR_IN_DAY(CreatedDate) = 6


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If this is one time activity, you can ask Salesforce to enable "API ACCESS". They enable it for limited time . Contact Account Executive or log case to Salesforce Support(using help link). They you can use Data loader itself for this. Read below on Success Community to get more information about other tools available for this: https://success.salesforce....


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Yes, you can use Automation Studio for it. The approach is described here. The key steps are 1) Create a File Transfer Activity 2) Create Import Activity 3) Create "Import Action Settings” and “Import Completion Settings” 4) Create Automation using Automation Studio There're other 3rd party tools as well e.g. - Put It Forward provides a Free tier which ...


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If you are on a trial (non-commercial), use JDBC driver and write a manual Sql statement to query multiple objects simultaneously. In a commercial version, you can either write manual sql statements or in the wizard you can pick multiple objects. If you are using a commercial trial version, you can get a service engineer to help you. Send email to support@...


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Try this: SELECT Id, Body, BodyLength, ConnectionReceivedId, ConnectionSentId, ContentType, CreatedById, CreatedDate, Description, IsDeleted, IsPartnerShared, IsPrivate, LastModifiedById, LastModifiedDate, Name, OwnerId, ParentId, SystemModstamp FROM Attachment ORDER BY Id LIMIT 1000 OFFSET 1000 The result set for the preceding example would be a subset of ...


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None. Jitterbit can continue using the API it uses right now. The great thing about Salesforce is that it supports prior versions of its API for some time (at least 3 years from the date of release), so Jitterbit can continue to use its existing API settings. Note that new features that may be available (new objects) may not be available in Jitterbit (or ...


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I'm afraid that Jitterbit just extends dataloader functionality. You have to describe how child is related to parent. That's why you are using three operations. But you can reduce it to two operations by implementing external Id in you parent object. Just define in csv external Id for parent and provide it for correspondent children records. How do I use ...


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For anyone that stumbles across this, the issue was resolved by constructing a connection string manually - although Jitterbit constructs one behind the scenes based on the parameters provided (driver, server name, service name), the support page notes: Depending on how the Oracle server is configured you may just have to enter the Server Name, Login and ...


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I had the same issue some time ago when installing Jitterbit on my new machine. Uninstalling and reinstalling worked for me. See more info in this thread on the Jitterbit support forum.


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The server is YOUR local agent server, with the port number being the standard port mentioned, unless you altered your config to a different port, or are doing some port forwarding from the public Internet to your agent server box.


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Found: http://support.jitterbit.com/documentation/How-to-Create-a-Hosted-HTTP-Endpoint Attempts to explain how to create a listener, but completely misses on what url endpoint needs to be given to the outbound message though. For testing purposes, will use: server name: YOUR IP ADDRESS port: 46908 if HTTP port: 46909 if HTTPS (authentication required) ...


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Make sure you set the maximum number of threads to 1. Document Link: http://www.jitterbit.com/Docs/WebHelp/Operations/Operation_Options.htm


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