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SharePoint Integration

The Microsoft SharePoint integration is a two-way integration with SharePoint online. It allows saving files to Sharepoint and loading files from Sharepoint.

The Sharepoint integration requires an additional feature license.

Use cases

  • From Salesforce to Sharepoint: SharePoint integration can be used to save files (e.g. generated documents) directly to SharePoint instead of Salesforce.

  • From Sharepoint to Salesforce: The integration can also be used to load files from SharePoint. The file could be e.g. an Office content template, an Office clause or a PDF attachment.

The Sharepoint integration has the following key benefits:

  • Savings on Salesforce storage cost - save your generated documents directly in Sharepoint instead of Salesforce to reduce storage on Salesforce. You can add a link to your Salesforce record pointing to the Sharepoint location so you keep track of where the file is.

  • Enrich your Sharepoint folder structure - If your company prefers to maintain a neat and organized file structure in SharePoint, integrating with Salesforce allows you to direct generated documents to the appropriate locations within SharePoint.

  • Load content to your document directly from Sharepoint - you can merge content from Sharepoint to your generated document such as Terms and Conditions to a generated Offer document. You can also load attachments; perhaps your Offer needs to go out to the customer with a Powerpoint document attached to the email? You can load the Powerpoint directly from Sharepoint.

  • Easy template management - if you are using Office output templates, you can edit and manage your templates directly from Sharepoint without going throug Salesforce. If you use Word clauses, you can also manage them directly from Sharepoint. This means that anyone having access to Sharepoint can manage your templates and clauses, no Salesforce license needed.

  • Convert DOCX documents to PDF from SharePoint: DOCX documents can be converted to PDF while being loaded from SharePoint. This means that your team can edit Word documents using Microsoft 365 and send the converted PDFs to customers from Salesforce with a click of a button.

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  1. The Dynamo feature license is enabled for the Salesforce org id (production or sandbox).

  2. A single integration user has been provided and authenticated through the site.

  3. A SharePoint site exists and the integration user is a member of that site.

Adding an integration user

An integration user can be added through the site.

  1. Select the “System users” tab

  2. Click the “Set SharePoint user” button

  3. Office365 screen will open to authenticate. Enter Office365 credentials.

  4. Once successfully log in, the integration user will appear. Only one integration is enough to set up the SharePoint connection.


Supported master templates

The following master templates have out of the box support for SharePoint integration:

  • Blank

  • Blank with e-sign

  • OfficeOutput

Template Settings

SharePoint integration can be configured from the Settings section called “Integrations - SharePoint”.

  1. Host is the custom domain that is used to log in your organizations' SharePoint. This value can be static, for example, '' or dynamically come from Salesforce field. Host field is required.

  2. Site is the site name within SharePoint that the document should be saved to. The value can be either static, such as 'Dynamo documents' or dynamic like var.fieldName. Site value is also required.

  3. Folder is the folder name within that defined Site above. Is an optional value.

  4. Depending on the master template being used, Settings has different options to enable the actual integration for different phases e.g. enable “Save PDF to SharePoint”. After providing host and site information, switch “Save PDF to SharePoint” to on.

  5. SharePoint link field is to populate the SharePoint link to the generated document to a Salesforce field. Enter here the directory where the field should be saved to in format objectAPIName.fieldAPIName. For example, object is Opportunity and the custom field is Document_SharePoint_Link__c, enter in this box Opportunity.Document_SharePoint_Link__c

List of Commands

For templates that do not have the Integration tab to enable SharePoint integration, it is recommended to migrate to the new blank template where such Settings is enabled; or if one’s familliar with the Flow, it can also be customized by using the following set of commands within the Main Flow to manually enable the connection to SharePoint.




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