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Salesforce Connector - Login Session Life-Cycle

Question asked by JoelGeyer4971 on Oct 10, 2018
Latest reply on Oct 10, 2018 by JoelGeyer4971

Can someone one summarize the life cycle of connections made to Salesforce connector (non-bulk operations) running in a Molecule topology?   


Areas of interest include:

  • If login sessions survive process invocations.  Appears to survive but confirmation will help.
  • Are there any circumstances when the connector will call logout() on a session -- thus impacting other connections that may be using the same user?
  • Are there circumstances when the connector will attempt to establish an use a new session for its Salesforce connections -- e.g. if a 503 response is received from Salesforce or other?
  • Does the connector manage when logins occur (or re-attempted) up to its "Maximum Concurrent Connections" setting -- e.g. will create all at once (or nearly so) or will create additional connections as needed until maximum connections are reached
  • Does the connector pool the Salesforce connections across process instances; across process types (i.e. connection used in more than one process)