I had a score adjustment and it's reflected at the contact level inside Marketo. When I go into Salesforce, the score is the same before the change. Now why would the field not be updating in SFDC?
Lead Score field is mapped from Lead -> Contact. In the lead activity in Marketo, I see the change and the field value as 40. In SFDC, the field value is 50.
Any ideas? Thanks!
Good point. I'd think this is unusual though because this is a standard part of the setup process.
The mapping itself is less important than the permission, but I wonder if you just aren't giving it enough time to sync? Did you try forcing a sync on the record yourself?
Does Sales have access to modify the Lead Score (they should not)?
Field is mapped correctly.
Field is readable and editable by the sync user. It has been 3 days since the push.
After 3 days, it's unlikely that a sync backlog would be causing this, but you can check in Admin > Salesforce and observe the date/time stamp in the upper right corner. More likely would be a sync error with the lead that has this behavior. You can check for this in that lead's Activity Log by typing 'sync lead' in the search box at the bottom and reviewing the syncs for a failure.
I figured it out but want to post the answer here in case anyone searches for this.
In the admin section, for Salesforce integration, the password for my sync user had expired. So while fields were mapped, the Marketo sync user could edit the field, and everything else made sense, the sync user password expired.
Wow - so you must have had a massive sync backlog. Were there Salesforce Sync Errors in your Notifications tab? If so, you can subscribe to get a Salesforce Sync Error email when these occur (see screen shots below). Also, you may want to talk your CRM admin into setting the 'Password Never Expires' option in the sync user's profile. Then you can change it at the required interval, but before doing so, you'll want to temporarily disable the Salesforce sync in Marketo.
Fortunately it was just a few days and everything has since updated. I
never check the Notifications tab because Ive never found any value in what
is contained there. I am the SFDC Admin and I changed it to never expire
On Fri, Sep 4, 2015 at 3:16 PM, Elliott Lowe <firstname.lastname@example.org>