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daniel_f
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Extracting data from Salesforce - Customized tables

hi all,

Can someone advise if there is any guide that can i find the tables names of the salesforce to let the QV connect and extract data?

I mean to customazed tables in salesforce.

 

I've downloaded the template model which include some tabs like 'case' leads' opportunities' etc but i can't see and dont know the tables names where the customized fields in salesforce store the data.

Thanks in advance,

Daniel

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chrisbrain
Valued Contributor

Re: Extracting data from Salesforce - Customized tables

You might be interested to take a quick look at our Saleforce Connector:

http://www.qvsource.com/wiki/Salesforce-Connector-for-QlikView.ashx?HL=salesforcehttp://www.qvsource.com/wiki/Salesforce-Connector-for-QlikView.ashx

Where we have instructions on how to construct any SOQL query or SOSL search.

If you lke I could take a look at it with you in the new year to check you can access your custom tables and other data you need.

daniel_f
Contributor

Re: Extracting data from Salesforce - Customized tables

Thank you Chris,

I already saw it but it's don't like a Qlikview connector,

apparently I'm not familiar with this connector.

Is this the place to download the above connector ?:

QV Con..jpg

chrisbrain
Valued Contributor

Re: Extracting data from Salesforce - Customized tables

If you go to our main website:

http://www.qvsource.com/

And click the 'Sign Up Now' button at the bottom you should receive an email with a free trial with all of our (many) Connectors including Salesforce.

daniel_f
Contributor

Re: Extracting data from Salesforce - Customized tables

Why "free trial" ?

It's not a QV integrally free connector? 

chrisbrain
Valued Contributor

Re: Extracting data from Salesforce - Customized tables

No it's not free, it's a commercial supported and actively developed product.

daniel_f
Contributor

Re: Extracting data from Salesforce - Customized tables

Ok, i'll check the profitability of this connector

Chris, thank very much for the guidance

chrisbrain
Valued Contributor

Re: Extracting data from Salesforce - Customized tables

My pleasure - I just wanted to make sure you knew it was an option. And as I say I can offer to spend some time on a screen share with you if you like to make sure it allows you to get the data you need.

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