Authorize and authenticate Salesforce


To authenticate SalesForce:

  1. Go to Settings > Connector Auth
  2. Click Add
  3. In the opened dialogue window, select SalesForce as a connector
  4. Enter your complete subdomain including the version number and the last railing slask, e.g.
    https://my-sales-force-subdomain.my.salesforce.com/services/data/v50.0/
  5. Since there is only the newest Oauth2 auth method available for Salesforce, click Confirm and sign in at SalesForce
  6. Upon successful authentication, you are redirected back to the Settings > Connector screen in our app. The status should be `Successfully authenticated via Oauth2`. Now you can use the auth method for any flow




Example: Salesforce Opportunity Views:

https://my-sales-force-subdomain.my.salesforce.com/services/data/v50.0/sobjects/Opportunity/listviews


How doe the endpoint logic of SalesForce work. To get one Opportunity:

https://my-sales-force-subdomain.my.salesforce.com/services/data/v50.0/sobjects/Opportunity/0072X000010hcSTQAY


  • https://my-sales-force-subdomain: Your accounts particular sub-domain you need to create
  • my.salesforce.com: A standard domain that is always needed
  • Green: the version of the API. This changes frequently and can simply be updated.
  • Red: the Object type, e.g. Account, Opportunity, Contact, Task, Campaign, etc.
  • Orange: Object ID



For any troubleshooting, always look in the domain in the Flow Debugger, e.g.: https://my-sales-force-subdomain.my.salesforce.com/setup/secur/RemoteAccessErrorPage.apexp?error=invalid_scope&error_description=the+requested+scope+is+not+allowed

--> the domain often includes error messages from Saelsforce



Helpful links

Field references for all objects