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DataBasin is a tool to access and work with SalesForce.com. It allows to perform queries remotely, export and import data. DataBasin is a tool to access and work with SalesForce.com. It allows to perform queries remotely, export and import data.
[[Image:databasin_01_debian.png|thumb|v0.1 session on Debian]] [[Image:databasin_01_debian.png|thumb|v0.1 session on Debian]]
-To connect to SFDC, DataBasin uses the WebServices exposed by the SFDC API and exposes them as methods of the DBSoap class. Currently not all methods are implemented yet. To send and receive the SOAP messages, DB uses the websevices (GSWS) available from GNUstep libraries and which is a mandatory requisite.+To connect to SFDC, DataBasin uses the WebServices exposed by the SFDC API and exposes them as methods of the DBSoap class.
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DataBasin is a data access tool and for SalesForce.com based on the SOAP API interfaces.

Current Version: 0.7

  • Released: April 28, 2014
  • Licensed: DataBasin: GPL / Soap Core: LGPL v3+

Overview

DataBasin is a tool to access and work with SalesForce.com. It allows to perform queries remotely, export and import data.

v0.1 session on Debian
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v0.1 session on Debian

To connect to SFDC, DataBasin uses the WebServices exposed by the SFDC API and exposes them as methods of the DBSoap class.

To send and receive the SOAP messages, DB uses the websevices (GSWS) available from GNUstep libraries and which is a mandatory requisite.

Features

  • Reusable core library
  • Session and User inspectors
  • connect via http or https
  • Data Operations
    • Insert
    • Query and QueryAll
    • Quick Delete
    • execute select on records identified by Id or Unique identifier
  • Describe Object (and export to CSV)
  • Table based object-inspector

Maintainer

Riccardo Mottola

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