Monitor, create, and manage Salesforce resources by using Azure Logic Apps
With Azure Logic Apps and the Salesforce connector, you can create automated tasks and workflows for your Salesforce resources, such as records, jobs, and objects, for example:
- Monitor when records are created or changed.
- Create, get, and manage jobs and records, including insert, update, and delete actions.
You can use Salesforce triggers that get responses from Salesforce and make the output available to other actions. You can use actions in your logic apps to perform tasks with Salesforce resources. If you're new to logic apps, review What is Azure Logic Apps?
An Azure subscription. If you don't have an Azure subscription, sign up for a free Azure account.
Basic knowledge about how to create logic apps
The logic app where you want to access your Salesforce account. To start with a Salesforce trigger, create a blank logic app. To use a Salesforce action, start your logic app with another trigger, for example, the Recurrence trigger.
Connect to Salesforce
When you use a trigger or action that accesses a service for the first time, the Logic Apps Designer prompts you to create a connection to that service. You can then provide the necessary connection information directly from your logic app inside the designer.
Sign in to the Azure portal, and open your logic app in Logic App Designer, if not open already.
Choose a path:
For blank logic apps, in the search box, enter "salesforce" as your filter. Under the triggers list, select the trigger you want.
For existing logic apps, under the step where you want to add an action, choose New step. In the search box, enter "salesforce" as your filter. Under the actions list, select the action you want.
If you're prompted to sign in to Salesforce, sign in now and allow access.
Your credentials authorize your logic app to create a connection to Salesforce and access your data.
Provide the necessary details for your selected trigger or action and continue building your logic app's workflow.
For technical details about triggers, actions, and limits, which are described by the connector's OpenAPI (formerly Swagger) description, review the connector's reference page.
- For questions, visit the Microsoft Q&A question page for Azure Logic Apps.
- To submit or vote on feature ideas, visit the Logic Apps user feedback site.
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