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The number of API calls seems to be increasing and I can't figure out why. I ran the Administrative report for API calls in the last 7 days. However, that does not tell me what process is using the API calls. The user with the highest number of calls is the user we have assigned to all of our automated processes. Is there a way to see what process is using the most API calls?
What object houses the weekly data export during the 48 hours the files are available?
I ask, because I'm trying to find a secure way to download those files automatically without having to go out every week and click the download button four times.
 I have created a flow in Salesforce that will complete one task and create another task. I'm trying to test the flow from a test Chatter Only (Chatter +) account. In the Chatter+ account, I can complete tasks and create new tasks manually, but it is not allowing me to run the flow that I set up. It says that the account has insufficient privileges. When the account can to these steps manually, why can't it run the flow? Is there something I can do so that the flow will run on the Chatter+ account?  The flow is a screen flow.  Could that be the problem?  Can Chatter+ accounts not see the screens?  If so, is there a way to grant them access to see the screen?
I am working on a Flow in Salesforce.  The flow worked perfectly in the Sandbox, but it is failing in Production.  I’m afraid I don’t understand the error it is giving me “Too many SOQL queries: 101”.  I’m not running SQL queries, I’m trying to run a flow.  I have run the flow a few times and get the same error each time.  I checked to make sure I am not running at the same time another task is running, so I am certain it is not because too many things are running at once.  Granted, the flow picked up a lot more records in Production than it did in my sandbox, but I don’t understand why that would be a problem.  The flow has been run as an administrator and a non-administrator.  I checked and there is a workflow rule involving some of the same fields that are in the Flow.  Could that be the problem?  If it could be, I don’t understand why the flow did not fail in the Sandbox (it has the same rules).  Something else that I noticed while working with these flows, is that in the Sandbox I now have Flow Builder and in Production I still have Cloud Flow Designer.  I don’t know if that has anything to do with the issues or not.   If it could, could you let me know what I need to do to get the Flow Builder in Production?  I do have two loops in my flow because there are two objects that need to be updated by flow and I don't know how else to accomplish this.  Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated. 

 
Hello,
I am very new to setting up work flows in Salesforce.  I have worked my way through a text book about the flows, but am having difficulty setting one up.  I want to set up a work flow that I can schedule and have it update all of the records where a major is requested to be changed.  We have a field called Program that houses the student's major and a field that is Change Major To if the student changes his or her mind before applying.  I need the work flow to update the Program field to the value that is in the Change Major To field and then change the Program field in all corresponding Stage Histories.  I got the flow to loop through all of the students, but I can't seem to get it to go through a second loop to update all of the students' stages.  I have attached a snapshot of the flow for you to see. 
Any help would be appreciated.
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The number of API calls seems to be increasing and I can't figure out why. I ran the Administrative report for API calls in the last 7 days. However, that does not tell me what process is using the API calls. The user with the highest number of calls is the user we have assigned to all of our automated processes. Is there a way to see what process is using the most API calls?
 I have created a flow in Salesforce that will complete one task and create another task. I'm trying to test the flow from a test Chatter Only (Chatter +) account. In the Chatter+ account, I can complete tasks and create new tasks manually, but it is not allowing me to run the flow that I set up. It says that the account has insufficient privileges. When the account can to these steps manually, why can't it run the flow? Is there something I can do so that the flow will run on the Chatter+ account?  The flow is a screen flow.  Could that be the problem?  Can Chatter+ accounts not see the screens?  If so, is there a way to grant them access to see the screen?
I am working on a Flow in Salesforce.  The flow worked perfectly in the Sandbox, but it is failing in Production.  I’m afraid I don’t understand the error it is giving me “Too many SOQL queries: 101”.  I’m not running SQL queries, I’m trying to run a flow.  I have run the flow a few times and get the same error each time.  I checked to make sure I am not running at the same time another task is running, so I am certain it is not because too many things are running at once.  Granted, the flow picked up a lot more records in Production than it did in my sandbox, but I don’t understand why that would be a problem.  The flow has been run as an administrator and a non-administrator.  I checked and there is a workflow rule involving some of the same fields that are in the Flow.  Could that be the problem?  If it could be, I don’t understand why the flow did not fail in the Sandbox (it has the same rules).  Something else that I noticed while working with these flows, is that in the Sandbox I now have Flow Builder and in Production I still have Cloud Flow Designer.  I don’t know if that has anything to do with the issues or not.   If it could, could you let me know what I need to do to get the Flow Builder in Production?  I do have two loops in my flow because there are two objects that need to be updated by flow and I don't know how else to accomplish this.  Any assistance you can provide would be greatly appreciated. 

 
Hello,
I am very new to setting up work flows in Salesforce.  I have worked my way through a text book about the flows, but am having difficulty setting one up.  I want to set up a work flow that I can schedule and have it update all of the records where a major is requested to be changed.  We have a field called Program that houses the student's major and a field that is Change Major To if the student changes his or her mind before applying.  I need the work flow to update the Program field to the value that is in the Change Major To field and then change the Program field in all corresponding Stage Histories.  I got the flow to loop through all of the students, but I can't seem to get it to go through a second loop to update all of the students' stages.  I have attached a snapshot of the flow for you to see. 
Any help would be appreciated.
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