by Jason Gilmore • August 23, 2019
Synchronizing database data using an API is a topic that comes up repeatedly in conversations with DreamFactory users. The reasons for doing so are many, but perhaps the most commonplace is the need to fill in data gaps found in a new database. For instance, you might wish to periodically consult a customer database and synchronize relevant data with a marketing campaign database. So how might this be accomplished?
Read “Synchronizing Data Between Two Databases“.
Also of related interest, we recently published a new section in the Salesforce chapter explaining how to synchronize data between Salesforce and a MySQL database. Related reading: API Management Solutions
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