"check email address change" not available for other unique identifier.
In Salesforce.com app integration 'check email address changes' option is only available if I use email address as unique Identifier but in our business we use 'Eloqua contact id' as unique identifier for couple of imports and this is responsible to pull existing contacts from CRM(Salesforce).
Comparison to new contact or lead existing contact records often change their email address. So is it possible I can get this feature in upcoming release.
@Richa Dubey , I'm not sure what problem you are trying to solve.
The "check email address change" functionality was introduced to prevent the creation of duplicate Eloqua Contacts on imports where the email address is used as a unique identifier. If you use the Salesforce Contact ID as a unique identifier on imports, and let's say you Salesforce Contact email has changed, the SFDC App will update the existing Contact record with the new email address.
Sachin Jain-Oracle Mr Posts: 165 Employee
Hi @Richa Dubey
Thank you for submitting your idea to the "Dream It(Idea Lab) section of the Oracle Topliners community. Since it doesn't align with our basic functionality and use cases, we don't see this feature included in our roadmap.
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