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SalesForce.com Source and Destination

The Salesforce Source and Destination can be configured in just seconds to easily get data out of and write data to Salesforce.


SalesForce.com SSIS Source

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The Task Factory SalesForce.com Source retrieves data from any SalesForce.com object and can be configured in seconds with very little SalesForce.com experience. If you need to import data from Salesforce for in-house processing, the Salesforce.com Source allows you to retrieve any data supported by the Salesforce.com Soap API like leads, accounts, contacts and opportunities right into your SSIS data flow.

Within 5 minutes, you’ll be pulling Salesforce data into your local environment. Simply create your connection manager and point to the object you want to retrieve data from a drop-down box. Want more advanced functionality? You can also customize the query and pass variables into the query for ranged retrieval of data.

Feature Highlights

  • Retrieve data from SalesForce.com custom or built-in objects using SSIS in minutes
  • Easily customize the SOQL query
  • Pass variables into the query to ask better questions of your data, like retrieve all the rows modified since the last load

SalesForce.com SSIS Destination

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The Salesforce.com Destination is used to send data from your local environment to your Salesforce.com account. If you need to insert, update, delete, or upsert data into any Salesforce object from within SSIS, then the Salesforce.com Destination makes it super simple with very little configuration. Supports both regular and bulk mode transfer. You can also send errors that might occur due to your data to another part of the data flow for additional cleansing.

*Must have an enterprise Salesforce.com account to use this task. This is a Salesforce.com requirement.

Feature Highlights

  • Write data to SalesForce.com in bulk using SSIS
  • Delete data from SalesForce.com
  • Update and Upsert data into SalesForce.com

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Matt Cushing
Loews Corporation

The University of Calgary Data Warehouse consists of over two dozen data marts, built upon a decade's worth of ETL programming in IBM Cognos Data Manager. When support for that product ended and we investigated converting all ETL to SSIS, concerns were raised about performance and maintainability in the new toolset. Thus the decision was made to purchase Pragmatic Works Task Factory; I can say with confidence that halfway into the conversion effort, it has been one of our smartest and most cost-effective software acquisitions in recent memory.

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University of Calgary

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Articles & Tutorials

Incrementally Loading Data from SalesForce.com

Most people pull data from SalesForce.com into a central reporting database to do more advanced reporting. This blog shows you my method for pulling data into a single repository for further reporting. Read More.

Bulk Deleting Data from SalesForce.com Using SSIS and Task Factory

One of the most frustrating things about SalesForce.com is the feeling of constantly looking over your shoulder to make sure you don't run out of space. This blog and video shows you a quick 4 minute solution to remove tons of rows from SalesForce using a free tool in Visual Studio, Task Factory and SSIS. Read More.

Webinars & Videos

Configuring the SalesForce.com Destination
Configuring the SalesForce.com Source
Export Data from Salesforce.com in under 2 minutes
REST Source with Salesforce demo
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Contains 65+ tasks, connection managers, sources and Destinations for SSIS. You can compare editions here. Task Factory does not require a license while you're running packages in Visual Studio.

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