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Is it possible to add an Attachment?

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  • Plugin Author Nick Ciske

    @nickciske

    Not at present, and likely not in the future (SalesForce’s Web to Lead API doesn’t support attachments).

    This plugin may be more what you need (Gravity Forms is a premium plugin, but well worth the expense):
    http://wordpress.org/extend/plugins/gravity-forms-salesforce/

    Thanks Nick for the quick response and recommendation!

    remus69

    @remus69

    Hi Kevin,

    Did you try the Gravity Forms Salesforce Add-on? The functionality to add an attachment is built into this plugin?

    I just want to make sure before purchasing Gravity Forms.

    Thank you

    Plugin Author Nick Ciske

    @nickciske

    @remus69,

    Gravity Forms could handle the upload to your site, and the url to the file could be stored in a custom text field at SalesForce. I’m not sure if the GF SF Addon would do that by default or if the data would have to be filtered before begin sent to SF (e.g. you might get an attachment id or an array of data by default) asking in the support forum for that plugin would be the best way to get an answer.

    I could look into handling this as a paid add-on, if there was enough interest, but I’m not sure it’ll make it into the free plugin due to the complexity involved.

    Kevin Getch

    @webformedia

    @remus69,

    It wasn’t able to support it at the time. We ended up using http://www3.formassembly.com/ which worked well for our client.

    @nick Ciske,
    It would be great if you added this option. We love Gravity Forms!

    remus69

    @remus69

    Thank you for your answers!

    FYI, I asked the support forum for the Gravity Forms Salesforce Add-on here : http://wordpress.org/support/topic/attachments-11?replies=1

    remus69

    @remus69

    @nick

    When I received the mail of the lead, it works because I have the URL of the file which is stored on the website server. But on Salesforce, I don’t have the URL.

    So, do you know if there is a tutorial to know how to stored the URL of the file in a text field?

    Thanks

    P.S : sorry for my English, but I’m French 🙂

    Plugin Author Nick Ciske

    @nickciske

    Sorry, I can only provide support for my plugin here.

    You could ask in the forum for the GF->SF plugin or hire me to help you out at http://ThoughtRefinery.com/

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