This article explains how to relate the numeric IDs of V1 with hexadecimal IDs of V2 tables of Teamleader.
Teamleader Focus has introduced with the V2 API a new concept of referential keys, moving from integers to GUIDs. However, the individual rows in V1 nor in V2 contain the key values of the other version.
For instance, the following query will return numeric IDs:
select id from teamleader.v1.deals
The following query will present you the GUID of the same deals in the V2 tables:
select del.id , mge.id from teamleader.v1.deals del join Teamleader.V2.MigrateId('deal', del.id) mge
The migrate ID table function is highly inefficient since it needs one extra native API call per row. However, since the mapping is persistent, the outcome is cached in the HTTP disk cache forever to speed up future mapping retrievals.
The sample can be extended to include both V1 and V2 deal data using:
select delv1.id id_v1 , mge.id , delv2.id id_v2 from teamleader.v1.deals delv1 join Teamleader.V2.MigrateId('deal', delv1.id) mge join Teamleader.V2.Deals delv2 on delv2.id = mge.id
The results mapping Teamleader V1 deal IDs to V2 deal IDs resemble:
The following Teamleader Focus object types are available: account, user, product, contact, company, deal, dealPhase, project, milestone, task, meeting, call, ticket, invoice, creditNote, subscription, and quotation.