Delete More than One Salesforce Entity

To delete more than one entity from Salesforce, do the procedure in this topic.

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Prerequisites

Good to Know

How to Start

  1. On the Application Explorer screen, do one of these:
  2. Do one of these:
    • Add an activity:
      1. In the Process Builder, in the Activity Library, open the Salesforce Salesforce icon tab.
      2. On the Salesforce Salesforce icon tab, drag the Delete Multiple Entities (Salesforce) Delete Multiple Entities icon activity onto your process.
    • Change an activity:
      1. In your process, double-click your activity.
  3. On the Delete Multiple Entities Configuration screen, click Delete Multiple Entity Delete Multiple Entity icon.

Procedure

  1. On the Delete Multiple Entities Configuration screen, in the Salesforce field, select your Salesforce access token.

    To create a new access token, click Add Token Add Token icon. For more information, refer to Access Token for Salesforce.

  2. In the Delete Using field, do one of these.
    • To delete with an entity ID, do this procedure.
      1. Select Delete Using Entity ID.
      2. Enter the entity ID or drag a process data variable from the Process Data screen.
    • To delete with a WHERE clause, do this procedure.
      1. Select Delete Using Where Clause (Query Builder) Where Clause.
      2. In the Entity Name list, select your entity.
      3. Click Build Where Clause Build Where Clause icon.
      4. On the WHERE Clause screen, in the Column field, select the entity ID.
      5. In the Comparer field, select the operator to compare the values in your logical expression.
        Field Name Definition

        Comparer

        Function:
        Specifies the operator to use in your WHERE clause.
        Accepted Values:
        • =
        • >=
        • >
        • <
        • <=
        • !=
        • Like
        • Not in
        Default Value:
        =
      6. In the Value field, enter the value to compare or drag a process data variable from the Process Data screen.
      7. (Optional) Click Add Add icon to add a condition that can be connected to the previous expression with a logical AND or OR operator.
      8. (Optional) Click Subcondition Subcondition icon to add a statement that adds a subordinate condition to a rule.
      9. Click Back Back icon to save your WHERE clause and go back to the activity configuration screen.

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