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I have an SSIS package with a COZYROC Dynamics CRM Destination component that is attempting to delete a member of a marketing list. When I select Delete as my action I only receive four options in the mapping panel. I assume I only need to provide "listid" and "listmemberid" for the member to be removed, however, when I run the package the component fails and I get this error: "Specified Item not a member of the specified List." I've checked my data and I can verify that my "listid" matches the one found in the url for the marketing list, and the entityid matches for the member. I cannot find the "listmemberid" anywhere in the Dynamics UI so I have no idea how to corroborate that data, but I've tried this with multiple contacts with no luck.
After some back and forth with the help desk from COZYROC, we figured out that the entityid (same as the contactid for a contact) must be mapped to the listmemberid for the delete to work. DO NOT map the listmemberid to the listmemberid.
Also, there must be a list and the listmember must be on it, otherwise the component will fail (with default settings).
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