Hands-on training with Ezra on Synchronizer

Salesforce Developer Group, Austin, United States
Mon, Nov 28, 2016, 5:30 PM (CST)

About this event

Join us for a Hands-on training led by Ezra Kenigsberg. Yes, this is a requested followup from our August meetup! Ezra will help lead us thru Getting Started with Synchronizer, his homebrew ETL tool.  Or if you have already installed Synchronizer and ran into questions, here is chance for you to ask.

What does Synchronizer do? It helps you automate data tasks in Salesforce. 
It can do anything Data Loader can do, plus some other features:
* run multiple data tasks with a single click
* run on a regular basis
* create Data Loader command-line scripts
* auto-import success and error tables into Access
* show all the fields on each object
* run on a scheduled basis

For this meetup, bring:
* Your laptop (Windows PC) with the following installed:
* Microsoft Access (2007 and above, 32-bit flavors of Office only)
* Data Loader 24 (or above)
* Office Toolkit 4.  
(https://storage.googleapis.com/google-code-archive-downloads/v2/code.google.com/excel-connector/SForce_Office_Toolkit_MSI.zip) Make sure to run the MSI contained in the zipfile. If you have Connect for Outlook 3.3.104 or above installed, you've automatically got Office Toolkit 4 installed.
* A Salesforce license with API access, 
* Your Hotspot if you have one

This Hands-on Training is intended for Salesforce administrators, developers, and consultants who (1) are already familiar with Salesforce and (2) work with data.

5:30 - 5:45 Food, Drinks, Setup
5:45 – 7:30 Getting Started with Synchronizer
7:30 - 8:00 Q&A and Networking

Parking: There is parking in both the front and back parking lots. 


Monday, Nov 28
5:30 PM - 8:00 PM (CST)


Big Daddy's Burger & Bar
9070 Research Blvd #101 AustinUS

Group Leaders

  • Melissa Shook

    Melissa Shook

    EZ Texting


  • Lindsey Fivecoat

    Lindsey Fivecoat

    Silicon Labs


  • Justin Lisbon

    Justin Lisbon


  • Nadina Lisbon

    Nadina Lisbon



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