Query for Update and Delete Using tSalesforceOutputBulkExec

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Query for Update and Delete Using tSalesforceOutputBulkExec

Hi,

 

I am using tSalesforceOutputBulkExec for bulk upload.

 

  1. If i use Update Option then on which field basis update is performed. As per my assumption it is ID field on which update is performed.
  2. If i use Delete Option then on which field basis delete is performed. As per my assumption it is ID field on which Delete is performed.

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Re: Query for Update and Delete Using tSalesforceOutputBulkExec

Hi,
You're right, for both update and delete operation, ID is the field used to get the record. For upsert you may also use any field declared as an external ID.

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Re: Query for Update and Delete Using tSalesforceOutputBulkExec

it will do update/delete based on Id field.

Manohar B
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Re: Query for Update and Delete Using tSalesforceOutputBulkExec

Hi,
You're right, for both update and delete operation, ID is the field used to get the record. For upsert you may also use any field declared as an external ID.

PS. Think to mark your topic as solved as soon as you got an helpful answer

TRF

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