In the Skyvia documentation you will find how to perform basic and advanced data integration tasks. It gives you necessary information to get started with the service and broaden your database administration skills when you are familiar with simple tasks.
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Skyvia Data Integration Video
An introduction video on data integration, demonstrating main Skyvia features.
We offer detailed illustrated tutorials on different Skyvia use cases, that help you to get started quickly. Here is the list of tutorials:
Importing Tables from SQL
Azure - describes how to import Product, Customer, Order, and Order Detail
tables from the Microsoft standard Northwind database on SQL Azure. Demonstrates
complex many-to-many import operation (when you import data from several tables
with foreign key relations between them to several related Salesforce objects),
creating a connection to SQL Azure, and how to preserve data relations between the
Importing Contacts for
Existing Accounts - describes how to import a file with Contacts for Accounts,
already existing in the Salesforce database. Demonstrates different ways of specifying
IDs of existing master Salesforce objects when importing child objects.
Importing Products with
Prices from Dropbox - describes how to import a file of products with their
prices from Dropbox to the Salesforce Product2 and PricebookEntry objects. Demonstrates
a one-to-many import operation (data splitting).
Importing Accounts with Binary Attachments - describes how to import accounts together with attachments that are imported as a set of binary files. Demonstrates import of binary files.
Setting Up Replication of Salesforce
Accounts and Contacts to SQL Azure - describes how to create a Replication package that replicates data from Salesforce Accounts and Contacts to SQL Azure and how to schedule the package for automatic updating data in the SQL Azure database.
Synchronizing Product Data - describes how to create a synchronization packages that synchronizes a modified Products table from the Microsoft standard Northwind database on SQL Azure with Salesforce Product2 and PricebookEntry objects. Also demonstrates creating an Export package.