Release: SSIS Integration Toolkit v3.2 for Salesforce.com
Today we are happy to announce the release of SSIS Integration Toolkit v3.2 for Salesforce.com, which includes the following new enhancement and bug fix
- New: We added a "Clear All Mappings" button to Salesforce destination component, which you can use to reset all your mappings in the destination component
- New: We added a new configuration option called ConcurrencyMode to Salesforce destination component when bulk API is used (Thanks to Simon for suggesting this feature)
- Fixed: Salesforce Source component, or Destination component editor has a misaligned layout when your Windows system uses a non-default DPI setting
- New: We added an auto-updater feature to the toolkit so it now checks for updates when the software is used in an IDE (Visual Studio, BIDS, SSDT). The auto-updater feature is also added to KingswaySoft License Manager program
- Enhancement: In Salesforce source component, we removed the feature which automatically updates your source component metadata while you type in Object Query textbox
- Enhancement: Our retry implementation is now covering the scenario when a ReceiveFailure exception is encountered
- Update: We have relaxed the technical restriction on how many system transfers can happen to a license key, we removed the restriction on the total number of system transfer
- Update: We have made corresponding updates to our license agreement in order to reflect the above license restriction change
With regard to the license transfer restriction change, please note that the restriction on how many transfers can happen within a maintenance term or subscription year still stays, and you would need to have a valid maintenance with us in order to use the license relocation services.
The new release is available for immediate download from http://www.kingswaysoft.com/products/ssis-integration-toolkit-for-salesforce/download. Should you encounter any issues with the new release, please contact us immediately.
Thanks for your continued support, and we wish you a Happy and Successful New Year!
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