We needed a quick way of performing data cleansing and bulk updates to data within SalesForce. As SalesForce is a hosted Software-as-a-Service offering it’s not as simple as resorting to SQL statements – or is it?
Using the Web Services API from Groovy made it quite easy once the foundations were in place.
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