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Salesforce Objects and Metadata backed up by inSync

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Here's a list of Objects and Metadata that inSync backs up within Salesforce.

inSync supports backup of the following data within Salesforce:

  • Objects (Standard and Custom)
  • Files and attachments including ContentDocument, ContentVersion, and ContentDocumentLink Objects
  • Metadata


inSync backs up all Standard and Custom Objects that fulfill the following conditions:

  • Object must be queryable. That is the Queryable value for the Object must be equal to True (queryable=True)
  • Object must have an ID field and you should be able to sort the ID (sortable=True)

inSync does not backup the Objects that do not completely support Salesforce query language. For more information, see the Detailed list.

Below is the list of some known unsupported Objects:

Object Type Example
Objects which are not queryable (queryable=false) FeedLike, FeedSignal, EmailStatus, OpenActivity, *Event

Objects which does not support filtering by Id field or does not contain Id field

CollaborationGroupRecord, ContentFolderItem, ContentFolderMember, DataStatistics,

 DatacloudDandBCompany, EntityParticle, FieldDefinition, FlexQueueItem, IdeaComment,

ListViewChartInstance, PicklistValueInfo, PlatformAction, RelationshipDomain, RelationshipInfo,

SearchLayout, UserEntityAccess, UserFieldAccess, UserRecordAccess, Vote, OwnerChangeOptionInfo,

KnowledgeArticleVersion, ContentHubItem, FieldHistoryArchive, NetworkUserHistoryRecent, BotAnalytics,


Objects which requires special query handling (requires fields other than Id) IconDefinition, SiteDetail, AppTabMember, ColorDefinition related objects 'DatacloudAddress', 'DatacloudContact', 'DatacloudCompany'
External objects *__x
Big objects *__b


inSync backs up all Standard and Custom metadata types that can be retrieved using the Salesforce Metadata API. For more details, see Unsupported Metadata types.

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