Salesforce has limitation of the total API requests per edition.
VyNDEX also makes API requests to Salesforce.
The following table lists the number of API requests (calls) per VyNDEX feature.
|Feature||The Number of API Calls|
|Display the Select Object screen||1|
|Expand a folder tree in the Select Object screen||1 × the number of expanded objects|
|With the Field Editor, add fields from view||2|
|With the Field Editor, add fields from layout||2|
|Load records||1 × the number of division (*1)|
|Update records||Add||2 × the number of records|
|Update||2 × the number of records|
|Delete||1 × the number of records|
Processing for the case of exceeding Bulk API Limits (*2)
When exceeding the Bulk API Limits, the number of API requests (calls) is differed depending on the dividing way of the relevant process (*1) and the used network speed.
(Value for Reference) In the case of VyNDEX loads 300 records and updates all records while Bulk API Limits is set to “200” (the default value of Salesforce)
The number of API requests (calls): 4
(*1)According to the Salesforce specifications, the process that loads data more than the specified volume is divided.
(*2) For details of Bulk API Limits, see VyNDEX Setup Guide.
API Requests Limits (Salesforce’s website)
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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.
(Updated on May 24th, 2016)