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When querying for the contacts, the search usually goes through the xConnect Search role to search the xDB Index. If you are not getting results, you might want to check to make sure that your contacts are in the index. Checking Contacts To check if contacts are in the index, you should visit your Solr web admin portal. From there, you would run a query. ...


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Please check if the OAuth token request URL (TokenRequestUri) is hard-coded as https://login.salesforce.com/services/oauth2/token and if you are using a sandbox instance of Salesforce there are possibilities that the calls for the tokens are failing. A similar issue is reported and answered by Vasiliy Fomichev on https://community.sitecore.net/developers/f/...


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Normally we recommend having the single source of truth in Salesforce and pulling the data to Sitecore when needed. Since the data is already in Sitecore we’d create a Sitecore template that maps to the Sitecore personnel data items and use S4S (or G4S) to push it to Salesforce instigated by a Sitecore change event or scheduled task. Various examples are ...


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Submit action will only save the facet in XDB but after that you will need to sync that facet with Salesforce. You will need to install and configure Sitecore Salesforce connector to sync XDB and Salesforce. https://dev.sitecore.net/Downloads/Salesforce_Connect/3x/Sitecore_Connect_for_Salesforce_CRM_300.aspx


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Assuming the 01244000000gQp1AAE is a valid RecordTypeID for Case records then it is likely that the API user that is configured against S4S doesn't have access to it based on either their profile or granted permission sets. Check the the S4S API user has sufficient permissions to create a new Case record with the given record type Id. See How is record ...


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There is no ootb way to do this, and you probably don't want to create custom fields for every field type... What I did in a similar situation a while ago was creating the mapping outside of wffm - with a list of key/value pairs (this can be in a data section in Sitecore, or somewhere completely different). The key in this pair list is the field name (in the ...


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The documentation of SalesForce Connect v 1.4.1 can be found here: http://integrationsdn.sitecore.net/SalesforceConnect/v1.4.1/ Your link is not the right one, that's the personal repository of Adam Conn. If you want to download you can download the module from Sitecore portal: https://dev.sitecore.net/Downloads/Salesforce_Connect/Salesforce_Connect_1/...


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