Update Adds TLS 1.1 Support to Database Discovery Tool for Salesforce.com
Online PR News – 01-September-2016 – Symphonic Source, a leading provider of applications and services to cleanse duplicate data, today announced the latest update to Cloudingo Studio, its database explorer app for discovery and data mining. Built for the Force.com cloud platform, Cloudingo Studio is a Windows-based database query application. The latest update to Cloudingo Studio adds support for the TLS 1.1+ security protocol. With this update, Cloudingo Studio aligns with recent updates to the Salesforce platform, adding security and privacy enabled by the TLS protocol to data flowing between applications.
Cloudingo Studio allows Salesforce developers to query fields and objects, analyze schemas, and create SOQL queries. The application also includes SOQL+, an extension of SOQL that functions more like SQL, making it possible for developers to create faster, more powerful, advanced queries of Salesforce data. With Cloudingo Studio, query building is made easy. Queries are automatically built and quickly edited with simple selections. Results are exportable, and Salesforce records can be edited directly from the Cloudingo Studio grid.
“At Symphonic Source, we’re coders who like to tinker and build tools,” said Lars Nielsen, CEO of Symphonic Source and Product Manager for Cloudingo Studio. “Cloudingo Studio came about because we needed a better way to get information from a Salesforce CRM org while working on our data quality and dedupe applications. And we are happy to share that product with other developers working on Salesforce.”
Cloudingo Studio was created specifically for managing Salesforce data. Cloudingo Studio is offered free of charge by Symphonic Source, and can be downloaded at: http://www.cloudingo.com/studio, or from the Salesforce AppExchange.
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“Cloudingo Studio came about because we needed a better way to get information from a Salesforce CRM org while working on our data quality and dedupe applications. And we are happy to share that product with other developers working on Salesforce.”