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Salesforce Org Wizard

Create a Salesforce Org

These steps creates a new connection to from within Jitterbit Studio. The steps assumes that you have a Salesforce account. You will need to enter your credentials to create the connection between Harmony and your Salesforce account.

This connection can be used for the different Salesforce Wizards (query, upsert, insert, update, delete, and bulk process). Multiple connections to different servers and using different credentials can be configured in the same project.


When opening an existing project that uses a previous Salesforce API version, you will be prompted to upgrade to the latest supported Salesforce API version. (An upgrade to a higher version implicitly includes all the features and objects of prior versions.)

The version of Salesforce REST API that is available depends on the Harmony Agent and Design Studio version you are using. See Prerequisites and Supported API Versions for more information.

Start the Wizard

  • Click the attachment icon at the top of the screen to display the Jitterbit Connect dialog window:


  • To start the wizard, click the Salesforce Org button in the Jitterbit Connect Wizard menu, which opens the wizard.

Enter the Salesforce Login Information

  • Click the Salesforce Org to display the New Salesforce Org screen:


  • Complete the fields:

    • Server host is completed by the system.

    • Select the Sandbox checkbox if you have created a Salesforce sandbox and want to connect with it.

    • Enter the User name and Password for the Salesforce account. A Salesforce account that does not have multi-factor authentication (MFA) enabled is required.

      To configure a Salesforce account without MFA, make sure that the Permission Set assigned to the Salesforce system integration login does not have the selection Multi-Factor Authentication for API Logins. System integration login types are exempt from Salesforce's MFA requirement, as described by Salesforce in Is MFA required for my integration users? in their documentation Salesforce Multi-Factor Authentication FAQ.

    • Copy the Security Token received at your email address from Salesforce.

  • Click Test Salesforce Login button. You should receive a success message:


  • If there is an error, you will receive a message with instructions to help you resolve the problem.