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Map custom field of customer
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on Mar 23, 2012
on Jul 18, 2012 by Adam Arrowsmith
how to map customfield of customer(Quickbook) for add customer from Salesforce?
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Apr 4, 2012 4:28 PM
Please see the third paragraph under the section titled Getting Data From QuickBooks at this link for some recommended steps to getting custom fields in QuickBooks:
Jul 18, 2012 2:58 AM
First of all thanks a lot for your valuable response.....
Yes,I have already seen that but it is for get custom field value from Quickbook , and in my case i dont want to
get value from quickbook but i want to
send data to quickbook
If you have any another solution for that then please send me as soon as possible........
Jul 18, 2012 3:59 PM
On the connector step for the QB query, set a Parameter for the "OwnerID" field to "0". Then you should see the custom fields populated in the Data Extensions section in the response.
Jul 18, 2012 4:15 PM
When sending data to QB, I believe you need to perform a subsequent call using the DataExtAdd or DataExtMod object/action (custom fields are called "Data Extensions" in the QBSDK). For example, when first creating a new customer you would need to:
1. Branch 1: Create the customer (CustomerAdd)
2. Branch 2: Create one or more DataExtAdds (once for each custom field), referencing the customer you just created (presumably by FullName because you have that readily available in the document data on Branch 2).
If the customer and DataExt already existed, you would call CustomerMod and DataExtMod.
Not the most straightforward approach to custom fields but that's how it works with QB!
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