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A consultant wants to optimize data loads by extracting Salesforce objects using independent Tableau CRM dataflows ahead of time. Which construct should be used to accomplish this?

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A consultant wants to optimize data loads by extracting Salesforce objects using independent Tableau CRM dataflows ahead of time.
Which construct should be used to accomplish this?

  • Clone
  • Dataflow
  • Data Sync (Replication) ✅
  • Augment

Correct Answers

Data Sync (Replication) ✅

Explanation

Use data sync to pull data to CRM Analytics on a regular schedule. By scheduling sync from Salesforce and remote systems ahead of time, your recipes have less to do and run faster. To lighten the load even more, CRM Analytics can sync supported local Salesforce data incrementally by default, meaning that only data that’s changed gets synced.

Use Data Sync with Recipes
Recipes can use data previously synced to CRM Analytics or unsynced, direct data. For help understanding when to use data sync or direct data, see Pull Data Directly into Recipes. To expand the synced data available when you build and run a recipe, add objects and fields to data sync.

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