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The Salesforce connector allows you to work with records in Salesforce, a web-based service that allows organizations to manage contact relationship management (CRM) data. You can use the Salesforce connector to create, query, retrieve, update, and delete records in your organization's Salesforce data. The connector uses the Salesforce SOAP API to interact with Salesforce. The Salesforce streaming inbound endpoint allows you to perform various Salesforce streaming data via WSO2 ESB.

Getting started

To get started with the connector, go to Configuring Salesforce Connector Operations. Once you have completed your configurations, you can perform various operations with the connector.

To get started with the streaming inbound endpoint, go to Configuring Salesforce Streaming Inbound Endpoint Operations. Once you have completed your configurations, you can perform various Salesforce streaming operations with the Salesforce streaming inbound endpoint.

Additional information

For general information on using connectors and their operations in your ESB configurations, see Using a Connector .

To download the connector, go to, and then click Download Connector. Then you can add and enable the connector in your ESB instance.

To download the streaming inbound endpoint connector, go to, and then click Download Streaming Connector and download the JAR file. To use the inbound endpoint with ESB, copy the downloaded JAR file to <ESB_HOME>/repository/components/dropins directory and restart your ESB server.

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