Salesforce Read

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Salesforce Read is a Read-type Snap that provides the ability to retrieve all records for all fields of the Salesforce object from Salesforce by defining the Salesforce object name.



Support for Ultra Pipelines

Works in Ultra Task Pipelines.


  • When using Primary Key (PK) Chunking mode in this Snap, the output document schemas in preview mode and execution mode may differ. For more information, see the Note under PK Chunking.
  • When you run more than 10 Salesforce Snaps simultaneously, the following error is displayed
    Cannot get input stream from next records URL" or "INVALID_QUERY_LOCATOR"
    Workaround: You must ensure not to use more than 10 Salesforce Snaps simultaneously. because this might lead to opening of more than 10 query cursors in Salesforce. See Salesforce Knowledge Article for more information.

Known Issues


Snap Views

Type FormatNumber of ViewsExamples of Upstream and Downstream SnapsDescription
Min: 0
Max: 1



This Snap has at most one input view.
Min: 1
Max: 2
File Writer

The snap allows you to add an optional second output view that exposes the schema of the target object as the output document.


The error view contains error, reason, resolution and stack trace. For more information, see Handling Errors with an Error Pipeline

Snap Settings


Field Type




Specify the name for the Snap. You can modify this to be more specific, especially if you have more than one of the same Snap in your Pipeline.

Salesforce API*


The Salesforce API mode to use during the Pipeline execution.

Default ValueREST API 
ExampleBulk API

We recommend you to set the Salesforce API mode to Bulk API if the table size of the Salesforce object referred to in the Object Type field is large (that is, 10,000 records or more) to prevent the time-out or connection error.

Service Version*

Dropdown list

Specify the version number associated with the Salesforce service that you want to connect to. Alternatively, click the Suggestion  icon to fetch the list of versions and select the desired version.

Default Value52.0 

Batch Size*

Dropdown list

The number of records to process in each batch for downloading large query results. Each batch read requires an API call against Salesforce to retrieve the set of records.

  1. REST API:
    The batch sizes 200 and 2000 are valid in REST API.
    According to the SFDC REST API documentation:
    "There is no guarantee that the requested batch size is the actual batch size. Changes are made as necessary to maximize performance."
    In fact, if the size of each record in the query result is relatively large (for example, a few hundred output fields), SFDC may respond in a batch size of 200, And if the size of each record in the query result is relatively small, SFDC may respond in a batch size of 2000 regardless if the Batch size is set to 200 or 2000.
  2. Bulk API:
    Selecting the values 100,000 or 250,000 will make the Bulk API request as PK-chunking with a chunk size of 100,000 or 250,000. Other values 200 or 2000 will have the Snap submit a single regular Bulk API batch job to SFDC.
    According to the SFDC Bulk API documentation (Number of attempts to query):
    "15 attempts at 10 minutes each to process the batch. There is also a 2-minute limit on the time to process the query. If more than 15 attempts are made for the query, an error message of 'Tried more than fifteen times' is returned. If the query takes more than 2 minutes to process, a QUERY_TIMEOUT error is returned."
    Therefore, if the query is expected to take a long time to execute (for example, if the target SObject has more than several hundred thousand records and the number of output fields in a record is more than a few hundreds), it is highly recommended to set this property to 100,000 or 250,000 to avoid timeout errors.

Default Value: 2000 
Example: 2000

The Snap validates using the Bulk API, even if you configure the Snap to use Bulk API with Primary Key (PK) Chunking.

Object Type*


This property enables you to define the name of the Salesforce object, such as Account.

Default Value:  Account
Example: Account

Output Fields

Use this field set to enter a list of field names for the SOQL SELECT statement. If empty, the Snap selects all fields.

Default Value: N/A
Example: Id

Output Field Limit


The number of output fields to return from the Salesforce object.

Default Value:  N/A

Output Field Offset


Defines a starting field index for the output fields. This is where the result set should start. 

Default Value:  N/A

If you enter an offset value that is greater than 1, the first field "Id" is always returned, but the following fields start from the offset position. This is because the first field is the only unique identifier.

Where Clause


Enter the WHERE clause for the SOQL SELECT statement. Do not include the word WHERE.

Default Value: N/A
Example: Id > '001i0000007FVjpAAG'

Using quotes in field names values

  • Do not use quotes for field names in the WHERE clause. Using quotes results in an error.
  • Use only single quotes for values in the WHERE clause as using double quotes results in an error.
  • The above rules do not apply when you are using SnapLogic expressions, you can use quotes for the field names and values as applicable. 
Order By ClauseString/Expression
Enter the ORDER BY clause that you want to use with your SOQL SELECT Query.

PK Chunking does not support the ORDER BY clause.

Default Value: N/A
Example: LastName, FirstName

Limit ClauseString/Expression
Enter the LIMIT BY clause that you want to use with your SOQL SELECT Query.

PK Chunking does not support the LIMIT clause.

Default Value N/A
Example: 2000

Polling Interval*


Define the polling interval in seconds for the Bulk API read execution. At each polling interval, the Snap checks the status of the Bulk API read batch processing.
Maximum value:  60 

Default Value:  5
Example:  5

Polling Timeout*


This property allows you to define the polling timeout in seconds for the Bulk API read batch execution. If the timeout occurs while waiting for the completion of the read batch execution, the Snap throws a Snap Execution Exception.

Default Value: 3000
Example: 300

Process Date/time


All date/time fields from  are retrieved as string type.

Select this checkbox to allow the Snap to convert date/time fields to corresponding date/time types by accessing the metadata of the given SObject.

  • Salesforce datetime is converted to Joda DateTime,
  • Salesforce date to Joda LocalDate, 
  • Salesforce time to Joda LocalTime.

Deselect this checkbox to allow the Snap to send these date/time fields without any conversion.

Default ValueDeselected

Include Deleted Records


Select this checkbox to allow the Snap to include deleted records in the query. This feature is supported in REST API version 29.0 or later and Bulk API version 39.0 or later.

Default Value
: Not selected

Pass Through


Select this checkbox to pass the input document to the output view under the key 'original'. This is applicable for REST and Bulk APIs.

Default Value
: Selected

Ignore Empty Results



Select this checkbox to ignore empty results; no document will be written to the output view when the operation does not produce any result. If this property is not selected and Pass Through is selected, the input document will be passed through to the output view. This property is ignored in Bulk API mode.

Default Value
: Selected

Bulk Content Type


Dropdown list

Select the content type for Bulk API: JSON or XML.  

The numeric type field values will be read as numbers in JSON content type, and as strings in XML content type, in the output documents.

JSON content type for Bulk API is available in Salesforce API version 36.0.

In REST API, the number-type field values will always be read as numbers. If the Bulk API has been selected along with 100,000/ 250,000 as batch size value, the content-type will always be CSV regardless of the value set in this property.

Default Value:  XML

Number Of RetriesString/Expression

Specify the maximum number of retry attempts in case of a network failure.

  • If the value is larger than zero in PK-Chunking, the Snap overrides user settings and sets Use temp files in PK-Chunking property to true.

  • In Bulk API and PK-Chunking modes, the Snap downloads each batch of data into a temporary local file. When the download is complete, the Snap writes the output documents parsed from the temporary file to avoid the possibility of duplicated output documents in the downstream Pipeline. Ensure that the local drive has sufficient free disk space in the node where the Pipeline executes. All temporary local files are deleted when they are no longer needed.

Minimum value: 0

Default Value: 1
Example: 3

Retry Interval (seconds)String/Expression

Specify the minimum number of seconds for which the Snap must wait before attempting recovery from a network failure.

Minimum value: 0

Default Value: 1
Example: 3

Match Data Type



If checked, the data types of the Bulk API results are the same as in REST API. This property applies if the content type is not JSON in Bulk API. In Bulk API, returns all values as strings if the Bulk content type is XML or Batch size is for PK Chunking. If this property is checked, the Snap attempts to convert strings values to the corresponding data types if the original data type is one of boolean, integer, double, currency, and percent.
This property is ignored in REST API or with JSON Bulk content type. In Bulk API (not with JSON Bulk content type), does not return any value for null. Therefore, if the value is null, the key-value entry is not present in the output document, which is different from the REST API result.

Default Value: Not selected

Advanced Properties  

Use this field set to define additional advanced properties that you want to add to the Snap's settings. Additional advanced properties are not required by default, and the field-set represents an empty table property. Click  to add an advanced property. 

This field set contains the following fields:

  • Properties
  • Values


Dropdown list

You can use one or more of the following properties in this field:

PropertyDescriptionDefault ValueExample
Use temp files in PK-Chunking

Enter true if Groundplex is located where the network connection to SFDC is relatively slow. This will have the Snap in PK-Chunking download CSV files into compressed temporary local files in order to prevent SFDC to close input streams prematurely. Ensure that the Goundplex node has sufficient free disk space. Compressed local files are less than 10% of the total CSV data size.

Setting this property to true may also be necessary if any of the downstream Snaps are relatively slow in processing the document stream. By default, the Snap in PK-Chunking downloads, parses and writes to the output view in streaming mode without using large memory or temporary files. In a normal network condition, this streaming mode is efficient and scalable. However, it has been observed that SFDC tends to close HTTP input streams prematurely if client apps pause reading the input stream momentarily to perform other processing.


Number of threads in PK-Chunking

In PK-Chunking, the Snap invokes multiple threads to download CSV files in parallel with one CSV file per each thread. The maximum number of threads is 8 by default, but a lower number may be more efficient if the network connection to SFDC is relatively slow or downstream Snaps are slow in processing documents.

Validate record count downloaded in Bulk API

This is a boolean property that applies to Bulk API where the batch size 10,000 or less (not including PK Chunking). If set to true, the Snap checks if the number of records downloaded is the same as the one processed in

Mismatch in Record Count - Error View

If it is enabled (set to true), it is recommended that the Error View is enabled to allow the Snap to show record-count mismatch.

Disable automatic vertical slicing

The Salesforce SELECT query does not support wildcards in field lists, and its query length cannot exceed 20,000 characters. When Output fields, Output field limit, and Output field offset properties are empty, the Snap formats the entire list of column names in the SELECT statement. If the query exceeds 20,000 characters, the Snap divides the query into two or more queries, executes them separately, and merges the query results automatically. This Snap feature is called Vertical Slicing.

The Vertical Slicing feature may fail if columns used in the WHERE clause or ORDER BY clause change their values during query executions (for example, if the column is SystemModStamp). Since the query length threshold used in the Snap is smaller than 20,000 characters, disabling the automatic vertical slicing feature may resolve the issue if the actual query length is between the internal threshold and 20,000 characters.


The value that you want to associate with the property selected in the corresponding Properties field. The default values for the expected properties are:


Use temp files in PK-Chunking

Number of threads in PK-Chunking8
Validate record count downloaded in Bulk APIfalse
Disable automatic vertical slicingfalse

Snap Execution

Dropdown list

Select one of the three modes in which the Snap executes. Available options are:

  • Validate & Execute: Performs limited execution of the Snap, and generates a data preview during Pipeline validation. Subsequently, performs full execution of the Snap (unlimited records) during Pipeline runtime.
  • Execute only: Performs full execution of the Snap during Pipeline execution without generating preview data.
  • Disabled: Disables the Snap and all Snaps that are downstream from it.

Default Value: Validate & Execute
Example: Execute only

Temporary Files

During execution, data processing on Snaplex nodes occurs principally in-memory as streaming and is unencrypted. When larger datasets are processed that exceeds the available compute memory, the Snap writes Pipeline data to local storage as unencrypted to optimize the performance. These temporary files are deleted when the Snap/Pipeline execution completes. You can configure the temporary data's location in the Global properties table of the Snaplex's node properties, which can also help avoid Pipeline errors due to the unavailability of space. For more information, see Temporary Folder in Configuration Options

PK Chunking

PK chunking splits bulk queries on very large tables into chunks based on the record IDs, or primary keys, of the queried records. Each chunk is processed as a separate batch that counts toward your daily batch limit. PK chunking is supported for the following objects: Account, Campaign, CampaignMember, Case, Contact, Lead, LoginHistory, Opportunity, Task, User, and custom objects. 

PK chunking works by adding record ID boundaries to the query with a WHERE clause, limiting the query results to a smaller chunk of the total results. The remaining results are fetched with additional queries that contain successive boundaries. The number of records within the ID boundaries of each chunk is referred to as the chunk size. The first query retrieves records between a specified starting ID and the starting ID plus the chunk size, the next query retrieves the next chunk of records, and so on. Since appends a WHERE clause to the query in the PK Chunking mode, if SOQL Query has LIMIT clause in it, the Snap will submit a regular bulk query job without PK Chunking.

For more details on the PK Chunking, refer to PK Chunking Header.

If 100,000 or 250,000 is selected for Batch size, the value is used as a chunk size in the PK Chunking. Please note the chunk size applies to the number of records in the queried table rather than the number of records in the query result. For example, if the queried table has 10 million records and 250,000 is selected for Batch size, 40 batches are created to execute the bulk query job. One additional control batch is also created and it does not process any record. The status of the submitted bulk job and its batches can be monitored by logging onto the your account in a web browser and going to Setup > Administration Setup > Monitoring > Bulk Data Load Jobs. 

PK Chunking requires Service version 28.0 or later. Therefore, if 100,000 or 250,000 is selected for Batch size and Service version is older than 28.0, the Snap will submit a regular bulk query job without PK Chunking.

The output document schemas in preview mode  (validation) and execution mode for this Snap may differ when using Primary Key (PK) Chunking mode. This is because the Snap intentionally generates the output preview using regular Bulk API instead of PK Chunking, to reduce the costs involved in the PK Chunking operation.
Salesforce recommends the use of PK Chunking if the target Salesforce object (table) is relatively large (for example, more than few 100,000 records).


Pipeline: Data to a File: This Pipeline reads data using a Salesforce read and writes it to a file. 

Reading Records from an Object

The following Salesforce Read Snap shows how the Snap is configured and how the object records are read. The Snap reads records from the Account object, and retrieves values for the fields, Idname, & type where the type field value is Analyst:  

Successful execution of the Snap gives the following preview:


Reading Records in Bulk 

The Salesforce Read Snap reads the records from the Standard Object, Account, and retrieves values for the 10 output fields (Output field limit) starting from the 3rd field (Output field offset). Additionally, we are passing the values dynamically for the Access token and the Instance URL fields in the Account settings of the Snap by defining the respective values in the pipeline parameters.  

1. The Salesforce Read Pipeline. 

2. The Key and Value parameters are assigned using the Edit Pipeline property on the designer. 

For this Pipeline, define the two Pipeline parameters:

  • access_Token
  • instance_URL

3. The Salesforce Read Snap reads the records from the Standard object, Account, to the extent of 10 output fields starting from the 3rd record(by defining the properties- Output field limit and Output field offset with the values 10 and 3 respectively).

4. Create a dynamic account and toggle (enable) the expressions for Access Token and Instance URL properties in order to pass the values dynamically.

Set Access token to _access_token and Instance URL to _instance_url. Note that the values are to be passed manually and are not suggestible. 


5. Successful execution of the Pipeline displays the below output preview:

Using Second Output View

This example Pipeline demonstrates how you can add an optional second output view that exposes the schema of the target object as the output document. For this, we configure the Pipeline using the Mapper and Salesforce Read Snaps.

First, we configure the Mapper Snap as follows. Upon validating the Snap, the target schema is populated in the Mapper Snap. Once this is available, we define the target path variables from the target schema.

Upon validation, the following output is generated in the Snap's preview.

Next, we configure the Salesforce Read Snap to read the specified records.

Upon validation, we can see the following outputs in both the output views of the Snap.

Output0 (default)

Output 1

Snap Pack History

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Release Snap Pack VersionDateType  Updates
4.29main15993 StableUpgraded with the latest SnapLogic Platform release.
4.28 Patch428patches14355 


Fixed an issue with Salesforce Snaps where the Service Version could not be retrieved from SFDC due to a blocked URL, failing the Snap execution.

4.28main14627 StableUpgraded with the latest SnapLogic Platform release.
4.27 Patch



Fixed an issue with the Salesforce Subscriber Snap where the Snap was unable to re-subscribe to a topic if it did not receive any message for 72 hours —stopped and displayed an error message. With this fix, the Snap automatically sets the Replay ID value to -2 when:

  • the specified Replay ID is invalid or outside the retention window.

  • the most recently received Replay ID for an event is outside the 72-hour retention window.

4.27 Patch427patches13944 LatestFixed an issue with Salesforce accounts, where an account password containing special characters and an empty security token was not properly encoded and the account was not validated.
4.27 Patch427patches13789 Latest

Fixed the following issues with Salesforce Snaps:

  • High memory use due to leaked resources.

  • Hung Pipelines due to blocked threads.

4.26 Patch426patches12054 Latest

Enhanced the Salesforce Subscriber Snap with improved resilience to network failures and fixed an issue with duplicate documents.

4.26main11181 StableUpgraded with the latest SnapLogic Platform release.
4.25 Patch425patches10182 LatestFixed an issue with the Salesforce Read Snap where the retry fields do not work as expected when a Pipeline has more than ten Snaps. 
4.25 Patch425patches9609 LatestEnhanced the Salesforce Read Snap to allow you to add an optional second output view that exposes the schema of the target object as the output document. The output view of the Snap has a minimum of one output and a maximum of two outputs. 
  • Enhanced the Salesforce Upsert Snap to support CSV payload using the new field Bulk Content Type in Bulk API mode as Salesforce API has recently been supporting CSV payload as well. Earlier, this Snap supported only XML data type; you can now select CSV content type from the Bulk Content Type drop-down list. The default content type is set to XML to preserve backward compatibility. 
    This enhancement also addresses the null values issue during Bulk API mode. 
  • Enhanced the Snaps in the Salesforce Snap Pack by updating the field labels to title case. If you have existing Pipelines using Salesforce Snaps that include the field names in the error messages, you must update those Pipelines to use the new field labels.
4.24 Patch 424patches9024 Latest
4.24 Patch 424paches8569 Latest

Fixes an issue in Salesforce Bulk Upsert, Salesforce Bulk Update, and Salesforce Bulk Create Snaps that fail to process Related object and Related external ID values by modifying the input schema that formats the CSV data.

Potential Breaking Change

This Salesforce Snap patch contains an issue affecting the Salesforce Subscriber and Salesforce Publisher Snaps. If you do not use these Snaps in your Pipelines, then you can use this patch version. Else, we recommend you to not use this patch version as Pipelines will fail. We will fix this issue soon in an upcoming patch.

StableUpgraded with the latest SnapLogic Platform release.
4.23 Patch 423patches7888 Latest
StableUpgraded with the latest SnapLogic Platform release.
StableUpgraded with the latest SnapLogic Platform release.
4.21 Patch salesforce8829 Latest

Fixed the Salesforce Create, Update, Bulk Create, Bulk Update, and Bulk Upsert Snaps, enabling you to upload files containing duplicate values across multiple fields.



StableUpgraded with the latest SnapLogic Platform release.
4.20 Patch salesforce8814 Latest

Fixed the Salesforce Create, Update, Bulk Create, Bulk Update, and Bulk Upsert Snaps, enabling you to upload files containing duplicate values across multiple fields.

4.20 Patch salesforce8797 Latest

Fixed the Salesforce Subscriber Snap wherein the Salesforce Subscriber and Mapper Snap combination generates Null output for Array object type.


Added the Salesforce Bulk Query Snap, which enables you to perform bulk SOQL queries on Salesforce.

4.18 Patch salesforce7832 Latest

Enhanced the Salesforce Subscriber Snap to capture Change Data Capture (CDC) events.

StableUpgraded with the latest SnapLogic Platform release.
4.17 Patch salesforce7474 Latest

Added Order by clause and Limit clause properties to the Salesforce Reader Snap to fix an issue wherein the Snap throws an error while fetching records.


Pushed automatic rebuild of the latest version of each Snap Pack to SnapLogic UAT and Elastic servers.


Added the Snap Execution field to all Standard-mode Snaps. In some Snaps, this field replaces the existing Execute during preview check box.

4.16 Patch salesforce6889 LatestAdded two new properties, Number of retries and Retry interval, to the Salesforce Read, SOQL, Publisher, and Subscriber Snaps. These properties let you handle retry attempts and intervals in case of a network failure.
  • Added two new Snaps: 
    • Salesforce Publisher: Publish Salesforce platform event records to a given event custom sObject (Salesforce Object).
    • Salesforce Subscriber: Subscribe to Salesforce platform event records for a given event custom sObject.
4.15 Patch salesforce6405 Latest

Fixed an issue with resource leak in PK Chunking in Salesforce Read and SOQL Snaps.

4.15 Patch salesforce6349 Latest

Fixed an issue with the Salesforce SOQL Snap timing out while waiting for a connection from the pool.

StableUpgraded with the latest SnapLogic Platform release.

4.14 Patch 


 LatestFixed the Salesforce SOQL Snap that fails to execute if the parameter values of a SOQL query expression contain the WHERE clause.
StableUpgraded with the latest SnapLogic Platform release.


  • Fixed an issue where the Salesforce Read Snap fails to download the PK-Chunking CSV file due to network failure or running out of disk space.
  • Fixed an issue where theSalesforce Lookup Snap does not match the datatype with the Bulk API; for instance, boolean data returns string.
  • Fixed an issue where the Salesforce SOQL Snap does not preview data in pipelines. 
  • Fixed an issue where PK Chunking files are not deleted from the temp directory.
4.12 Patchsalesforce4839 Latest

Fixed a defect that occurs when downstream Snaps are slow in processing documents downloaded from SFDC.

4.12 Patchsalesforce4773 Latest

Added a new option in Advanced properties - "Validate record count downloaded in Bulk API" that compares the number of records processed vs downloaded and routes output to Error View (if Error View is enabled) if there is a mismatch.



  • Updated Salesforce SOQL and Lookup Snaps to ensure that they are consistent with SnapLogic guidelines of writing Snap data exceptions to error views and continuing to process next documents vs. hard stopping.
  • Enhanced the Salesforce read operations for the Read, SOQL, and SOSL Snaps to display the original Salesforce error cause, reason, and resolution.
4.11 Patchsalesforce4299 Latest
  • Fixed an issue wherein the Salesforce SOQL Snap did not get an input stream from the next records URL.
  • Fixed an issue with the Salesforce SOQL Snap querying deleted records using Bulk API.

Polling timeout property's default value increased to 3000 from 300 for Salesforce Lookup, Salesforce Poller, Salesforce Read, and Salesforce SOQL Snaps.

4.10 Patchsalesforce4005 Latest

Salesforce Poller Snap: Includes the success field in the output.



StableUpgraded with the latest SnapLogic Platform release.
4.9.0 Patchsalesforce3218 Latest

Fixed the error in PK Chunking when a downstream Snap is blocking the pipeline

4.9.0 Patchsalesforce3247 Latest

Addressed an issue withSalesforce Poller Snap causing JSON Formatter to throw ConcurrentModificationException.

4.9.0 Patchsalesforce3225 Latest

Addressed a null pointer exception in the Salesforce Update Snap. This exception was present in both salesforce3082 and salesforce3122.


Updated the Salesforce Create, Batch Create, Delete, Poller, Update and Upsert Snaps with Pass through property.

4.8.0 Patchsalesforce2884 Latest
  • Addressed an issue with inconsistent behavior between Preview and Execution.
  • Addressed an issue with Salesforce SOQL Snap failing to download PK-Chunking.


  • Updated the Salesforce Lookup Snap with Correlation ID property. This property is an ID field name which the Snap uses to correlate input document to the output record when users want to pass through input data to the output view.
  • Updated the Salesforce Read Snap with Output field limit and Output field offset properties. Output field limit is the number of fields to return in the order of Salesforce describe object field index. Output field offset defines a starting field index for the output fields.
  • Info tab added to accounts.
4.7.0 Patch salesforce2284  Latest

Added log to troubleshoot a deploy issue.

4.7.0 Patch salesforce2255  Latest

Addressed SFDC SOQL Snap routing to the error view & validate PK Chunking record numbers.

4.7.0 Patch salesforce2244  Latest

Addressed possible leak with threads waiting to download PK Chunking responses.

4.7.0 Patch salesforce2218 Latest

SFDC SOQL Snap route to the error view & validate PK Chuning record numbers.

4.7.0 Patch salesforce2209 Latest

SOQL Snap now correctly routes to the error view & validates PK Chunking record numbers.



  • Updated the Salesforce SOQL, Read, & Lookup Snaps with Match data type field.
  • Updated the Salesforce Upsert, Update, Create and Delete Snaps with 'Standardize error output' field.
4.6.0 Patch salesforce1931 Latest
  • Implemented a new property "Match data type in XML"
  • Implemented a new entry "SFDC_SESSION_TIMEOUT_MINUTES" so that users can reduce the frequency of logins.
  • Doc Enhancement: Examples added to Salesforce Snap documentation.
  • Resolved an issue in Salesforce Snaps that prevented extraction of access tokens.


  • Salesforce Read Snap is updated to support Output fields and Where clause specifications. For more information, see Salesforce Read.
  • Salesforce Read & SOQL Snaps are updated to support JSON representation of Bulk API result data and a parsing issue encountered (in Bulk API mode) has been rectified.
  • Fixed errors around upload and output preview for Salesforce Wave Analytics Snap.
  • Pass through and Ignore empty results added to Salesforce SOQL, Read and SOSL Snaps.
  • Resolved an issue in Salesforce Batch Create Snap to appropriately create multiple records in REST API.
  • Resolved an issue with Connection pool times out with Salesforce Snaps.
  • Salesforce Lookup: Resolve a 'The session ID or OAuth token used has expired or is invalid' exception when running in an Ultra Task.

Resolved an issue with Salesforce Query returning inconsistent result sets.

  • SalesForce Lookup Snap: Implemented Pass-through on no lookup match property
  • Resolved an issue with Salesforce Upsert Snap failing with an error 'not valid for the type xsd:double'.
  • Resolved an issue with Salesforce SOQL Snap returning fewer results than SFDC returns.
  • Performance improvements made to Salesforce Read/SOQL Snaps with Bulk API in PK Chunking mode.
  • NEW! Salesforce Batch Create added in this release.
  • Salesforce Wave ID field suggestions now include upstream schema.
  • Resolved an issue in Salesforce Lookup Snap failing to generate an output schema if more than 50 records are found.
  • NEW! Salesforce Batch Create added in this release.
  • Resolved an issue with Salesforce Wave analytics throwing an error when metadata contained a hash symbol in number format.
  • Resolved an issue the failing to validate the account if the password contained a colon (:).
  • Salesforce Snaps now default to the latest Salesforce API version.
  • Create/Update/Upsert Snaps did not support related object mappings.

  • Salesforce Upsert - intermittently throws ViewChannelException since document was send to the closed output view
  • Salesforce Delete not using passthrough platform service

  • Salesforce Account: added custom login URL (for support of CipherCloud)
  • Salesforce Read: various updates for errors and performance improvements for > 1m rows being retrieved in Bulk API
  • Salesforce Write in Bulk API: enhanced batching support

  • NEW! Salesforce Wave Analytics added in this release.
  • Salesforce Upsert: External ID field is now suggestible.

  • Salesforce Read & Salesforce SOQL now accept 200 as a batch size.

  • Snaps with a Polling timeout property no longer have a maximum timeout limit.

  • Addressed the following issues:
    • Salesforce Account: Could not login to Salesforce, Endpoint Exception Error message is displayed.
    • Salesforce Analytics null pointer
    • Salesforce Attachment: NPE is displayed for Invalid Account.

  • The account settings for now gives you the choice of either entering a token or entering an IP while list address range. If you need to create a token, you will need a non-admin user to generate the token for SnapLogic.
  • The Security Token is no longer required for accounts.