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  1. CloverDX
  2. CLO-19401

SalesforceReader Issue While Reading AnyType Field

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    • Type: Bug
    • Status: Closed
    • Priority: Major
    • Resolution: Fixed
    • Affects Version/s: rel-5-6-1
    • Fix Version/s: rel-5-8-0
    • Component/s: Engine
    • Security Level: Users (General product issues)
    • QA Testing:
      UNDECIDED
    • Steps to reproduce:
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      1. Enable history tracking on the Opportunity table in Salesforce:
        1. From Setup, click Object Manager and select Opportunity.
        2. Select Fields & Relationships, and click Set History Tracking.
        3. In the 'Track old and new values' section, select some of the fields you would like to track. Make sure to select the 'Probability' field.
        4. Save the changes.
      2. Navigate to your Opportunities in Salesforce, select a random opportunity, make a change in the field called 'Probability' in Salesforce and save the changes.
      3. Run the attached graph against the OpportunityFieldHistory table. Make sure to add a working Salesforce connection into the graph.
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      Enable history tracking on the Opportunity table in Salesforce: From Setup, click Object Manager and select Opportunity. Select Fields & Relationships, and click Set History Tracking. In the 'Track old and new values' section, select some of the fields you would like to track. Make sure to select the 'Probability' field. Save the changes. Navigate to your Opportunities in Salesforce, select a random opportunity, make a change in the field called 'Probability' in Salesforce and save the changes. Run the attached graph against the OpportunityFieldHistory table. Make sure to add a working Salesforce connection into the graph.
    • OTRS_Ticket_ID:
      209125
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    • Sprint:
      Blue Sprint 105

      Description

      SalesforceReader can encounter the following error when reading a field of type "anyType":

      String field "NewValue" can not be set to value 80.0 in field 6 ("NewValue"); value: '80.0'

       

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            Assignee:
            salamonp Pavel Salamon
            Reporter:
            bartonv Vladimir Barton
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