INVALID_REPLICATION_DATE: startDate before org replication enabled date

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Michael Suen posted this 16 February 2018

When integrate salesforce with Azure SQL, the job failed with this error

INVALID_REPLICATION_DATE: startDate before org replication enabled date

 

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Mariia Zaharova posted this 19 February 2018

You created your Salesforce org very recently, right? The reason of this error may be the following:

When running the synchronization, Skyvia queries deleted data from Salesforce using the getDeleted() method. We pass the date and time of the previous synchronization to Salesforce to get data, deleted since this time. Salesforce allows to get the deleted data not older than 30 days from current date. So, in case there were no previous synchronizations in this package or its LastSyncTime parameter is reset, we use the value of 30 days before the current date. However, if you created your org recently (e.g. 10 days ago), this causes an error, because the 'startdate' cannot be older than the date of org creation. 

The recommended option is to wait when the 30 day period from the day of the creation of your Salesforce org ends and the problem will be solved by itself. 

If you have any further questions, feel free to contact us.

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Chris Zaharia posted this 2 weeks ago

Hello,

I am facing the same issue now. Do I really have to wait for 30 days to start the sync. I need to get the sync running in a few days. Is there anyway to get this sorted without having to wait for 30 days.

Thank  you.

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Mariia Zaharova posted this 2 weeks ago

Dear Chris!

Unfortunately, at the moment there is no other solution for this issue.

We will definitely post here the solution as soon as any is available.

 

Best regards,

Mariia

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