Task Factory–SalesForce.com Source and Destination

Over the course of the last month I have created video tutorials on the components that ship with Pragmatic Works Task Factory suite of SSIS components. There are two though, that unfortunately I’m not able to cover, but I did want to make sure everyone was aware of. Those are the SalesForce.com Source and Destination components.

These are quite similar to the SharePoint Source and Destination components I covered in previous posts. Here’s a screen shot of the Source properties window:

 

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As with most of the tools in Task Factory, you simply pick the connection manager, pick the object to connect to, supply and parameters, and pick what you need. Just that simple and straight forward.

The Destination component is just as easy, as you can see:

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Again, simply create a connection, pick the target object, map the columns and away you go.

Since I don’t currently have a way to communicate with a SalesForce.com environment, as of this writing we’ll have to settle for a few screen shots. I believe though they will convey the simplicity of the product. Most importantly though you are now aware of these handy components, something you’ll find invaluable if you deal with SalesForce.com.

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One Response to “Task Factory–SalesForce.com Source and Destination”

  1. Gate Factory Says:

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