Last Updated: 24/May/2016
The number of API requests that can be made to Salesforce varies for each edition.
For monitoring purposes, below is a list of API request count each VyNDEX feature makes to Salesforce:
|Function||API Request Count|
|Displaying the object select screen||1|
|Expanding the tree within the object select screen||1 * expanded object count|
|Add fields from view using the field editor||2|
|Add fields from layout using the field editor||2|
|Read/Load Records||1 * number of divisions (*1)|
|Write/Overwrite Records||Add||2 * record count|
|Update||2 * record count|
|Delete||1 * record count|
What happens when you exceed your Bulk API Limit Threshold (*2)?
When you exceed your Bulk API limit threshold, either of the two happens:
- The process is divided (*1);
- API Call count may fluctuate based on the network speed.
(*1) Based on Salesforce spec, when the data being read is quite large, it is divided into separate processes.
(*2) For details on how to modify the settings for the Bulk API threshold, refer to the VyNDEX Setup guide, or click here.
Limits are enforced against the aggregate of all API calls made by the org in a 24-hour period. Limits are not on a per-user basis. When an org exceeds a limit, all users in the org can be temporarily blocked from making additional calls. Calls are blocked until usage for the preceding 24 hours drops below the limit.