EXAMPLE: You can have thousands of SalesForce contact that are coming from many different Sitefinity CMS registration forms. In order to associate each contact with a particular Sitefinity CMS form, and then, for example, in SalesForce filter all contacts that are coming from this particular form.
IMPORTANT: This form must contain a field for the Last Name of the users, in case that you are syncing contacts, and fields for the Last Name and the Company of the user, in case that you are syncing leads, since these fields are mandatory in SalesForce.
NOTE: You need to map at least the required fields for contacts or leads but do not need to map all other fields.
NOTE: You can also map fields manually in the Advanced settings in Sitefinity CMS. For details, see the next section in this article.
You can map SalesForce fields to Sitefinity CMS form fields manually in the Advanced settings section.
NOTE: You generally automatically map field by following the pr
To do this, perform the following:
NOTE: In case you are mapping fields to a MVC form, as opposed to a Web Forms form,you must enter the FieldName of the field. To check the FieldName of each MVC form, open the for editing and navigate to Advanced » Model » MetaField » FieldName.
To check the Name for developers of each Sitefinity CMS form field, perform the following:
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