Introduction to custom objects and fields in Skedulo
Skedulo supports custom objects and fields, which allow you to customize your Skedulo implementation to better suit the unique needs of your organization. You can create custom objects and fields in the following ways:
Skedulo for Salesforce:
- Create custom objects and fields in Salesforce and then map them in the Skedulo web app using the Custom fields settings page (see Create custom objects in Salesforce).
Skedulo Pulse Platform:
Create and manage custom objects and fields in the Skedulo web app using the Objects and fields settings page (see Create custom objects and fields in the Skedulo Pulse Platform).
Create custom objects and fields using the
/custom/standaloneAPI endpoint (see Create custom objects and fields with the Skedulo API).
Custom field types
Skedulo enables you to add custom fields to the standard data objects and custom objects that you add. These can be any of the following field types:
- Text area
- Date & time
In addition, you can add one of the following reference fields:
- Has Many (can only be added when there is an existing lookup)
See the lookup and has many field type documentation for more information about how these fields work.
Access custom object data using GraphQL
After creating custom objects and fields, you can use GraphQL to interact with the custom object data using your preferred API client or GraphiQL. For more information on this topic, see Using GraphQL to query custom objects and fields.
ImportantYou must be logged in as an
Administrator user or a user with the appropriate permissions to create custom objects and fields.
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