Release Version 2.172-2.176

July 2, 2018

Element Updates

Gmail: New element

We added the Gmail element to the general hub. Connect a Google account to integrate with messages, threads, and more. See the documentation for more.

Outlook Email: New element

We added the Outlook Email element to the general hub. Connect a Microsoft account to integrate with messages and more. See the documentation for more.

Oracle Service Cloud: Added bulk support

Use bulk in Oracle Service Cloud to batch upload and download Account, Incident, Contact and ServiceCategory objects.

Servicemax: Added bulk support

Use bulk in Servicemax to batch download.

Greenhouse: Added bulk support

Use bulk in Greenhouse to batch download and upload.

Maximizer: Various updates and fixes

We updated the default schema and addressed issues with notes and yesno APIs.

Quickbooks Enterprise: Define virtual data resources for CreditCardCharge and CreditCardCredit

You can now map virtual data resources to CreditCardCharge and CreditCardCredit objects.

Hubspot: associations objects returned as arrays

Previously we returned associations objects as strings, but now return them as arrays.

Plaid: Added option to authenticate using accessToken

You can use an access token instead of user's bank information to authenticate with Plaid.

SAP Hybris Cloud for Customer CRM: GET /objects returns only objects with metatdata

You can still return all objects by passing fetchall="true".

Facebook Lead Ads: Added GET /forms/{formId}/leads endpoint

Retrieve leads with GET /forms/{formId}/leads.

Sage One: Escaping quotes

Updated the GET /purchase-invoices endpoint to make two single quotes equate to an escaped single quote.

Platform Updates

Retrieving Element Instance Objects During Authentication

You can return a list of all data objects in an element along with their source (the vendor, a Virtual Data Resource, or normalized Cloud Elements object). In the request body include the optional "retrieveObjectsAfterInstantiation": true value. The response includes an objects array like this example:

  "objects": [
        "name": "incidents",
        "vendorName": "Case",
        "type": "ceCanonical"
        "name": "Task",
        "vendorName": "Task",
        "type": "vendor"
        "name": "myAccounts",
        "vendorName": "Account",
        "type": "vdr"

The objects list includes:

  • name The name of the element object.  This is name that you'll find in the API docs and endpoints. For example, requests to the objects in the example would look like GET (or /Task or /myAccounts).
  • vendorName The name of the object specified within the API provider's system. 
  • type Specifies where the object is defined:
    • vdr indicates that the object is a user-defined virtual data resource that is mapped to the API provider resource identified in the vendorName attribute. For more information see Introduction to Virtual Data Resources.
    • ceCanonical indicates a normalized Cloud Elements object associated with the raw API provider object identified in the vendorName attribute.
    • vendor indicates that the object is available to use via the GET /{objectName} endpoint. Requests bypass any Cloud Elements mappings and call the vendor endpoint directly, while still proxied by Cloud Elements. In this case, name and vendorName attributes are identical.

Updated status code for failing to refresh access token

We updated the status code and message returned when you your OAuth token is revoked or expired and the attempted refresh fails.

Element Builder: Added a new service type of SOAP API w/ WS-Security Signing

We added support for building elements for SOAP APIs with WS-Security Signing.