Retrieve the items, such as other users, files, and opportunities that the user is following (is subscribed to). Restricts results to the authenticated user by default.
Table Specific Information
If UserId is not specified, queries to this table return a list of users that the authenticated user is following. When UserId is specified in the WHERE clause, the driver will use the Salesforce Chatter API to filter the results by UserId. The = operator is allowed.
Other filters are executed client side within the driver. For example, the following queries are executed to the Salesforce Chatter APIs:
SELECT * FROM Following SELECT * FROM Following WHERE UserId = 'abc123'You can turn off client-side execution by setting SupportEnhancedSQL to false in which case any search criteria that refer to any other columns will cause an error.
|Id [KEY]||String||18-character ID of the follow.|
|UserId||String||Queried user Id.|
|CommunityId||String||Id of the community. Is null if this following is in the default community or if communities are disabled.|
|CommunityUrl||String||Url to the community.|
|FollowingId||String||Id of the entity of this following.|
|FollowingName||String||Type of the entity of this following.|
|FollowingType||String||Type of the entity of this following.|
|FollowingUrl||String||Url to the entity of this following.|
Pseudo column fields are used in the WHERE clause of SELECT statements and offer a more granular control over the tuples that are returned from the data source.
|IsMe||Boolean||Instead of specifying your exact Id, set this to true to retrieve your account information.|