Salesforce Email Send Activity should be waiting until the step completes correctly before calling the next Step to continue
Last updated 2019-09-06 ·Reference W-5101096 ·Reported By 1 users
In Automation Studio, If you defined Salesforce Email Send activity (1st step) and SQL activity (2nd step), which have the same Salesforce Data Extension(SF DE) as a target, are placed in a row, and SQL overwrites this SF DE on 2nd step, the SQL activity overrides the Target DE and send happens to new overridden DE.
This behavior just occurs when including Salesforce Email send activity and SQL activity. (this doesn't happen when using normal Email activity.)
1) Import 5 Lead records to SF DE#1
2) Import 10 Lead records to SF DE#2
3) Create an Automation:
- STEP1: Salesforce Email Send (Email send to Lead in SF DE#1)
- STEP2: SQL activity (OverWrite from DE#2 to SF DE#1)
4) Run Once
- Expected result: Email sent is 5.
- Actual result: Email sent was 10.
The workaround is to add one wait activity between steps.
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