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Integration Service Activities
Last updated Jul 18, 2024

List All Records

Description

Lists all the records in Salesforce.

Project compatibility

Windows | Cross-platform

Configuration

  • Connection ID - The connection established in Integration Service. Access the drop-down menu to choose, add, or manage connections.

  • Select object - Select an object to use with this activity. Depending on the object chosen in this field, the activity is populated with property fields specific to that object.

  • Where - Add a filter using the Filter builder or type an SOQL WHERE expression. For example: LastModifiedDate >= '2014-10-12'. This field supports String type input.
Manage Properties

Use the Manage Properties wizard to configure or use any of the object's standard or custom fields. You can select fields to add them to the activity canvas. The added standard or custom fields are available in the Properties panel (in Studio Desktop) or under Show additional properties (in Studio Web).

Additional properties
Output

An output property is automatically generated based on the selected object.

Using the query

The CEQL (“Where” filter) provides a standard way to search across all the connectors. Many API providers support some form of searching in their APIs but each one approaches searching differently. Rather than having you research how to query each resource at a provider, we've normalized your search experience. It translates your queries to the API provider's search syntax. You compose queries with available query connectors field selection. Each connector allows different components of the query, but in most situations you can use some common parts.

Query Reference
Query ComponentSyntaxExampleDescription

CEQL query

the "where" expression

1<field><operator><value> <AND/OR> 2<field><operator><value> 3... Department!='Procurement' AND Name='John'

The expression or expressions specifying what to search and what objects to return in our result set. Refer Valid CEQL Operators section below.

This is made up of a left­ hand ­side (LHS), an operator and a right­ hand­ side (RHS).

Valid CEQL Operators
OperatorDescriptions
ANDTRUE if all the conditions separated by AND is TRUE
ORTRUE if any of the conditions separated by OR is TRUE
=Equal to
!=Not equal to
<Less than
>Greater than
<=Less than or equal to
>=Greater than or equal to
LIKETRUE if the operand matches a pattern
INTRUE if the operand is equal to one of a list of expressions
IS NULLTRUE if a NULL value is found
LIMITLimit the number of records to the specified number
Examples
OperatorExample
Equal Operator (=)Name='Edge Communications'
AND OperatorName=’Account Name’ AND Industry=’Electronics’
OR and Greater Than (>) OperatorsLastModifiedDate>'2018-01-15T00:00:00.000Z' AND (Name='Account Name' OR Industry='Apparel')
LIKE OperatorName LIKE 'Acc%'
Greater Than or Equal To (>=) OperatorAnnualRevenue >= 100000
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