Receiving "Procedure Execution is not supported" error with the MetaMatrix Salesforce Connector

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  • I am trying to create a materialized view using MetaMatrix 5.5.0 with the 5.5.4 version of the Salesforce connector and importer.   I have implemented using following steps:
    • create control table which keeps track of last refresh started timestamp
    • created virtual procedure getUpdatedandDeletedRecords which invokes getUpdated and getDeleted API and inserts results returned from these two API's into LOCAL TEMPORARY TABLE with columns ID,  DML_TYPE
    • create view which joins ACCOUNT from SFDC Source model and Virtual Procedure with OPTION MAKEDEP  SFDC_Source.ACCOUNT to get first update ids and deleted ids from virtual procedure and then pass it to where clause of ACCOUNT to get records from SFDC.
  • Is Materialization based on a virtual procedure in the view not supported if it contains inserts/updates? Because I receive the following error in the MMProcess.log:

    Jan 12, 2010 14:58:55.030 [Salesforce Connector_1377|16384_Worker_1|0] ERROR <CONNECTOR|0> Procedure Execution is not supported.
    SalesforceConnectorException: Status ERROR: com.metamatrix.core code=0 Procedure Execution is not supported. null
         at com.metamatrix.connector.salesforce.connection.SalesforceConnection.createExecution(
         at com.metamatrix.dqp.internal.datamgr.impl.ConnectorRequestState.createExecution(
         at com.metamatrix.dqp.internal.datamgr.impl.ConnectorRequestStateManager.createExecution(
         at com.metamatrix.dqp.internal.datamgr.impl.ConnectorWorker.processNewRequest(
         at com.metamatrix.dqp.internal.datamgr.impl.ConnectorWorker.processBatchRequest(
         at com.metamatrix.dqp.internal.datamgr.impl.ConnectorWorker.process(


  • MetaMatrix Enterprise Server 5.5.0
  • Salesforce Connector 5.5.4

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