SFDC Jitterbit Variables¶
This page covers Jitterbit variables that are available for Salesforce (SFDC), organized by informational variables that you read (Informational), and settings variables that you write (Settings).
Returns the number of failure records from a Salesforce upsert, insert, update, or delete operation. For example, this variable may be used within a script to apply the logic that if failure record count is not equal to zero, then
RaiseError is called:
<trans> If($jitterbit.sfdc.failure_record_count != 0, RaiseError("All record updates were not successful. Please review logs.") ) </trans>
Returns the number of records returned by a Salesforce query operation. For example, this variable may be used within a script to record the number of queried records in the operation log:
<trans> WriteToOperationLog(There were $jitterbit.sfdc.query.record_count records queried.) </trans>
Returns the number of success records from a Salesforce upsert, insert, update, or delete operation. For example, this variable may be used within a script to record the number of records successfully upserted, inserted, updated, or deleted within the operation log:
<trans> WriteToOperationLog(There were $jitterbit.sfdc.success_record_count records successfully processed.) </trans>
If set to
true, fieldsToNull elements for Salesforce web service calls will be automatically inserted when NULL or an empty string is mapped to a field. The default is
true for backwards compatibility with previous versions where this was a manual process. This flag should be set to
true if you plan to map null or empty fields and expect those to be set to null in Salesforce.
Applies to Salesforce update and Salesforce upsert operations. If set to
true, allows you to capture the header string from a database source and write the string at the beginning of success and/or failure files. For more information, see Salesforce.