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Attendees

  • ID
    Email
    Company
    Updated At
    Created At
    First Name
    Last Name
    Title
    Job Title
    Phone Number
    Work Phone Number
    Picture URL
    Picture Thumbnail URL
    Is Anonymized
    Address Line 1
    Address Line 2
    Address Line 3
    Town
    Post Code
    County
    Country
    Username
    Gender
    Category
    Registration Status
    Payment Status
    Check in Code
    Registered At
    Registration Reference
    Marketing Code
    Custom Data
    Booked Sessions
    Attended Sessions
    Booked Days
    Attended Days
  • Attendee Created

  • Attendee Updated

  • Attendee Deleted

  • Look Up Attendee

  • Search Attendees

Events

  • ID
    Name
    Status
    Started At
    Ended At
    Venue Name
    Time Zone
    Registration Started At
    Registration Ended At
    Amendment Started At
    Amendment Ended At
    Cancellation Started At
    Cancellation Ended At
    Venue Description
    Venue Address
    Venue Image URL
    Venue Location URL
    Attendee ID Mode
    Custom Fields
  • Event Created

  • Event Updated

  • Event Deleted

  • Look Up Event

  • Search Events

Invoices

  • ID
    Externalinvoicereference
    Type
    Created At
    Previous Related Invoice Number
    Next Related Invoice Number
    Registration Reference
    Payment Status
    Event Name
    Event
    Currency Code
    Total Before Vat
    Vat Applied
    Grand Total
    Due Days
    Credit Controller
    Vat Registration Number
    Business Unit
    Customer Po Number
    Number of Attendees
    Marked as Printed
    Invoice Line Items
    Invoice Address
    Invoice Document URL
    Is Deleted
  • Invoice Created

  • Invoice Updated

  • Invoice Deleted

  • Look Up Invoice

  • Search Invoices


Bulk Operations

  • Bulk Insert

    You will need to prepare a CSV file, in which columns should be named after Salesforce API field names. More info on the CSV format can be found in Salesforce Bulk API documentation. You can use Pipline Rows in the Bucket built-in channel to construct the CSV from within Cloudpipes.

  • Bulk Upsert

    You will need to prepare a CSV file, in which columns should be named after Salesforce API field names. More info on the CSV format can be found in Salesforce Bulk API documentation. You can use Pipline Rows in the Bucket built-in channel to construct the CSV from within Cloudpipes.

Objects

  • Object ID
  • Object Created

    Triggers when a new object is created in Salesforce. Only objects queryable by the user are shown.

  • Object Updated

    Triggers when an object is updated in Salesforce. Only objects queryable by the user are shown.

  • Object Deleted

    Triggers when an object is deleted in Salesforce. Only objects queryable by the user are shown.

  • Create an Object

    Creates an object in Salesforce. Custom fields and custom objects are also supported. Only object types creatable by the user are shown.

  • Update an Object

    Updates a Salesforce object. Custom fields and custom objects are also supported. Only object types updatable by the user are shown.

  • Delete an Object

    Deletes a Salesforce object. Custom objects are also supported. Only object types deletable by the user are shown.

  • Get an Object by ID

    Get a Salesforce object by ID

  • Query Single Object

    Get a single Salesforce object by SOQL query.

  • Upsert Object

    Updates or Inserts object based on an external ID. If the External ID is present in Salesforce then the object is updated, otherwise it is created.

  • Look Up Object

  • Generic SOQL Query

    ADVANCED: Gives you a full freedom to execute an SOQL query. Each result contains a field named attributes which contains the raw attributes as returned buy Salesforce Rest API.The pipe is a low-level interface to Salesforce API. It does not provide schema info, so you will have to run it once to see what results look like. HINT you can add LIMIT 1 to your query, to fetch just one result while testing.

  • Search Objects (SOQL)

    Search for objects in Salesforce using Salesforce Object Query Language (SOQL). Only object types queryable by the user are shown. The query sent to Salesforce is SELECT <ALL FIELDS> FROM <Object Type> WHERE <Query>.

  • Search Objects (SOSL)

    Search for objects in Salesforce using Salesforce Object Search Language (SOSL). Only object types searchable by the user are shown. Always searches in all fields. The query sent to Salesforce is FIND {<Query>} RETURNING <Object Type>(<ALL FIELDS>). If the Search Type is sosl you can use queries like map* AND NOT paper. For the text option input is automatically escaped so that you don’t have to worry about escaping special SOSL characters, like { and *.