Triggers a FLO when a new campaign is updated in Eloqua.

Fields

Fields are generated  based on what you have in your Eloqua account. Below are some examples of fields you may see in your FLO event card.

  • Campaign
    • Campaign ID (text): The ID of the campaign.
    • Campaign Name(text): The name of the campaign.
    • Description(text): The description of the campaign.
    • Campaign Category(text): The category of the campaign.
    • Campaign Type(text): The campaign type.
    • Folder ID(text): The ID of the folder the campaign is in.
    • Budgeted Cost(text): The budgeted cost of the campaign.
    • Actual Cost(text): The actual cost of the campaign.
    • Product(text): The product the campaign was designed for.
    • Region(text): The region the campaign was made for.
    • Created At(text): When the campaign was created.
    • Created By(text): Who created the campaign.
    • Start At(text): When the campaign is set to start.
    • End At(text): When the campaign is set to end.
    • Source Template ID(text): Source template ID.
    • CLR End Date(text): The Closed loop reporting end date.
    • Permissions(text): The permissions on the campaign.
    • Email Marketing Campaign? (T/F): If the marketing group should receive an email about the campaign updates.
    • Included in ROI?(T/F): If the campaign is included on your ROI report.
    • Member Allowed Re-entry?(T/F): If members can access more than once.
    • Read-Only?(T/F): If the campaign is read-only.
    • Synced with CRM?(T/F): If it is synced with the customer-relationship-management.
    • Elements(list of objects):
      • Element ID(text): The ID of the element of the campaign.
      • Member Count(number): The number of members in that element.
      • Element Name(text): The name of the element.
      • Element Type(text): The type of element.
      • Position(object):Position.
      • Output Terminals(list of objects): Information about the output terminals.
  • context
    • Execution ID(text): The ID for the event.