To complete post-provisioning for TurboConfig & TurboPricing, the tenant admin must configure settings for data sync services. TurboEngines data sync provides a high-performance mechanism to sync config and pricing master data at regular, scheduled intervals (or on-demand) between Conga CPQ on Salesforce, TurboPricing, and TurboConfig. Before the initial data sync, you must configure settings enable data sync services and give the administrator access to the TurboEngines Data Sync Admin user interface (UI) to set up and schedule or activate the sync.

Perform the following tasks to complete post-provisioning data sync tasks for TurboConfig and TurboPricing.

You must run validate API (GET /ds/api/dataintegration/v1/Validate) after first onboarding data sync, after every upgrade, and if there is a change in the object(s) or Salesforce user profile permissions. for more information, see Turbo Data Sync APIs.

Configuring Data Sync Specific Settings

You must configure the data sync service URL and a CSP Trusted Site entry so SFDC can communicate with an external server.

To configure the service URL

  1. Go to Setup > Custom Settings.
  2. Go to Turbo Engine Admin Properties.
  3. Click Manage.
  4. Click New.
  5. Enter the following required properties:
    • Name: LightsaberServiceUrl.
    • TurboEngines service Endpoint – Endpoint URL provided by Conga CloudOps
  6. Click Save.

Do not enter the forward-slash ( / ) symbol at the end of the Endpoint URL. 

To configure the CSP Trusted Site

  1. Go to Setup > CSP Trusted Sites
  2. Click New Trusted Site.
  3. Enter the following required properties:
    1. Enter a Trusted Site Name for the trusted site (for example, "TurboEngineAdminService")
    2. Enter the Trusted Site URL (this is the service URL from the previous task).
  4. Click Save.

Enabling My Domain

As an additional prerequisite to using the Data Sync Admin, you must deploy the "My Domain" feature in Salesforce.

For more information, refer to and

Configure Permissions for Data Sync Admin User

Users who need to configure and run TurboEngines Data Sync must have permission to access and use the Data Sync Admin UI. This can be a user assigned to the System Administrator profile, or you can customize a profile and create one or more users in this role.

You must verify the JWT flow settings and access levels for your org after completing the tenant onboarding. For more information, see Verifying JWT Flow Settings and Access Level

To check if the current user has the right permissions:

  1. Log in to your organization as the admin user.
  2. Open the Salesforce App Launcher (Lightning) and launch the TurboEngines Admin app.
  3. If the Data Integration and Callbacks tabs are visible after launching the app, the user has the correct permissions. Otherwise, log back in as a system administrator and perform the following tasks to provide access to the user profile.

To provide access to the data sync app

  1. Go to Setup > App Manager.
  2. Find the TurboEngines Admin app in the list. Click the drop-down and the end of the row and select Edit.
  3. Click User Profiles.
  4. From the list of Available Profiles, search and select the app you want to add.
  5. Click the right-facing arrow to move the profile from the list of Available Profiles to the list of Selected Profiles.
  6. Click Save.

To make all tabs visible in the data sync app

  1. Go to Setup > Profiles.
  2. Search for the profile you want to configure and click Edit.
  3. Under Custom Settings, make sure the following tabs are set as "Default On":
    • Data Integration: This tab serves as the starting point for managing all consumer profiles.
    • Callbacks: This tab allows you to manage pricing callbacks for TurboPricing.
    • Consumer Profile: This tab allows you to set up and configure data sync operations.
    • Run Details: This tab allows you to review run history for data sync and take action.

Configuring Single Currency Orgs

Exchange rates are required for currency conversion during pricing and therefore must be synced by TurboEngines. Since single currency orgs do not have a currencies table, any attempt to sync pricing data will fail. Take one of the following two actions when onboarding the org prior to the initial sync:

  • Enable multiple currencies in the provisioned org (see Salesforce documentation).
  • Raise a support ticket to have currencies removed from the Conversion Rates and Custom Settings consumer profile.

Salesforce orgs are provisioned with a single currency. In such cases, the currencies table will not exist. The currency tables are created and hold the exchange rates only when the administrator enables multiple currencies. 

  • You cannot change the currency flag for an org after provisioning the tenant. 
  • You cannot change the currency flag once you have changed it from Single currency to Multi-currency. 

Setting up and Syncing TurboConfig Data

For complete information and the tasks required to administer TurboEngines data sync for TurboConfig and TurboPricing, refer to TurboEngines Data Sync for Administrators.