Yaakov Ellis

Israel

ellisweb.net

Age: 35

Husband, father, learner and programmer trying to live life as it should be lived. (@yaakov)

Developer @ StackExchange since 10/2013

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comment Add Lead to Campaign in SForce through CampaignMember object gives error "entity type cannot be inserted: Campaign Member"
@EricClay we can still manually assign leads to the campaign online. The API user is a SysAdmin, has never had MarketingUser set, but we are going to try that right now
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comment Add Lead to Campaign in SForce through CampaignMember object gives error "entity type cannot be inserted: Campaign Member"
Just checked - the API user has System Admin rights.
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comment Add Lead to Campaign in SForce through CampaignMember object gives error "entity type cannot be inserted: Campaign Member"
No. It is using an API user with lots of privileges (is also used to insert the very same Lead being associated with the Campaign five lines of code above). And up until this morning, the same setup was working just fine, and we didn't make any changes to our setup.
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asked Add Lead to Campaign in SForce through CampaignMember object gives error "entity type cannot be inserted: Campaign Member"
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