You can define the available data sources and set the priority of the fields for the data source in beans.
Based on the Salesforce environment that you use, perform one of the following tasks:
In Salesforce Classic, perform the following tasks:
In the upper-right corner of the page, select your name, and click
In Lightning Experience, perform the following tasks:
Click the quick access menu (
), and then click
Data Source Settings
Custom Setting Data Sources
To create a Data Source, click
Data Sources Edit
Configure the following components:
Name of the data source or record type.
If the record type is enabled, use the following name format to define data source for one or more record types:
<Data Source>:<Record Type Name1>,<Record Type Name2>,...<Record Type NameN>
For example, SAP:Sales,Marketing indicates that data source definition is applicable to the Sales and Marketing record types.
Check for Duplicates on Create
to check for duplicates when a new record is created. Default is disabled.
Default User ID
Optional. The user identified by this ID is set as the default owner of new account, lead, and contact beans.
Optional. A description for the data source set.
Optional. The API name of the numeric field where the dynamic priority value is stored.
Enable for Search
Optional. Displays the source as a search option in the Account, Lead, and Contact tabs. Default is enabled.
Optional. Object class of the data source. For example, Account, Contact, or Product.
Optional. Priority of the source on the corresponding field in beans in the consolidation process. For example, the priority of the field can be 25.
If the priority is 0,
updates the corresponding field on the consolidated record and the master bean. If the priority is 100,
updates the corresponding field on the master bean. If beans have an equal priority, the bean with the most current Last Updated Date is used to update the master bean. If the Last Updated is Null, the most current modification date is used to update the master bean.