This Specification Macro Task creates a New Product in SalesForce.
|Title||Changes the Title (not the name) of the Task.|
|Active||Create this as an active Product (True/False).|
|Product Code||This is the Product Code for the new Product as text.|
|Product Family||This is the product family for the new Product (Optional).|
|Product Name||This is the name for the new Product as text.|
|Product Description||This is the description for the new Product as text (Optional).|
Data for custom fields in the format CustField1=Custvalue1|CustField2=CustValue2 (Optional).
For custom fields that you have created in SalesForce you need to append the end of the field name with two _s and a c like so '__c'
|Return Constant||The name of the Constant that the new Product ID will be posted to.|
When this Task is added the properties are static. To be able to build rules on a static properties see How To: Change A Static Property To A Dynamic Property.
|Property Name||Example Rule||Example Result||Meaning|
|Active||TRUE||TRUE||TRUE will create the Product as Active. FALSE will not.|
|Product Code||"DS-4HR"||DS-4HR||This is the Product Code you wish to give the new Product.|
|Product Family||"Services"||Services||This is the Product Family you wish to categorize the Product as.|
|Product Name||"Design Consulting x4 Hours"||Design Consulting x4 Hours||This is the Name for the Product you are creating.|
|Product Description||"Design Consulting for 4 hours with one of our design team."||Design Consulting for 4 hours with one of our design team.||This is the description of the Product you are creating.|
This will populate the custom field Supplier with the contents of the Supplier Control.
If you are using a custom field that you have added in SalesForce make sure you follow the field name with two _s followed by c like the example above.
|Return Constant||"DWConstantAddNewProduct"||DWConstantAddNewProduct||This is the name of the Constant that will be reported to with the Product ID.|