Maturing lifecycle

Deletes one or more records from your organization’s data.

sf_delete(
  ids,
  object_name = NULL,
  api_type = c("REST", "SOAP", "Bulk 1.0", "Bulk 2.0"),
  guess_types = TRUE,
  control = list(...),
  ...,
  all_or_none = deprecated(),
  verbose = FALSE
)

Arguments

ids

vector, matrix, data.frame, or tbl_df; if not a vector, there must be a column called Id (case insensitive) that can be passed in the request.

object_name

character; the name of the Salesforce object that the function is operating against (e.g. "Account", "Contact", "CustomObject__c").

api_type

character; one of "REST", "SOAP", "Bulk 1.0", or "Bulk 2.0" indicating which API to use when making the request.

guess_types

logical; indicating whether or not to use col_guess() to try and cast the data returned in the recordset. If TRUE then col_guess() is used, if FALSE then all fields will be returned as character. This is helpful when col_guess() will mangle field values in Salesforce that you'd like to preserve during translation into a tbl_df, like numeric looking values that must be preserved as strings ("48.0").

control

list; a list of parameters for controlling the behavior of the API call being used. For more information of what parameters are available look at the documentation for sf_control.

...

arguments passed to sf_control or further downstream to sf_bulk_operation

all_or_none

logical; allows a call to roll back all changes unless all records are processed successfully.

verbose

logical; an indicator of whether to print additional detail for each API call, which is useful for debugging. More specifically, when set to TRUE the URL, header, and body will be printed for each request, along with additional diagnostic information where available.

Value

tbl_df of records with success indicator

Note

Because the SOAP and REST calls chunk data into batches of 200 records the AllOrNoneHeader will only apply to the success or failure of every batch of records and not all records submitted to the function.

Examples

if (FALSE) { n <- 3 new_contacts <- tibble(FirstName = rep("Test", n), LastName = paste0("Contact", 1:n)) new_records <- sf_create(new_contacts, object_name="Contact") deleted_first <- sf_delete(new_records$id[1], object_name = "Contact") # add the control to do an "All or None" deletion of the remaining records deleted_rest <- sf_delete(new_records$id[2:3], object_name = "Contact", AllOrNoneHeader = list(allOrNone = TRUE)) }