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I have figured out my issue. I was trying to reference the object name in the __r instead of the actual name of the relationship I created within custObj2. When using the name of the relationship and changing it from __c to __r, it worked. { "Amount__c":"2", "Contract_Address__c":"someValue", "...


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A reasonable workaround I found is to use a Composite request: in step 1, retrieve record Id, in step 2, update record by Id using normal PATCH method. POST /services/data/v53.0/composite { "compositeRequest" : [{ "method" : "GET", "url" : "/services/data/v53.0/sobjects/Account/customExtIdField__c/11999?...


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Yes you can, via Script.Util.HttpRequest function. You can see a blog post I made here for details. Below is a sample of using this script for a PUT call in SSJS: <script runat=server> Platform.Load("core", "1.1.1"); var accessToken = {{yourToken}}; var url = 'https://www.exacttargetapis.com/asset/v1/content/assets/{{ContentID}}' ...


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There's no nextUrl because of the LIMIT clause. If you need all fields without restriction, you need to do a describe call to get all fields, which you can cache for later use, then build a query based those results.


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