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Integrating Salesforce and Microsoft Outlook by using Lightning for Outlook

Effective Time Management is important to achieve success during the Sales process. But there seems to be the problem faced by Sales rep daily while sending and replying Email. Customer Relationship Management (CRM) and email application, meantime as they are separate, sales rep have needed to move between them. This blog will help you to… Continue reading Integrating Salesforce and Microsoft Outlook by using Lightning for Outlook

Apex · Integration

Making Callouts with Batch Apex for Data of over 12 MB

  Those who often work on integrations of Salesforce with other platforms must be familiar with the restrictions imposed on callout requests or responses. For those who are not so familiar, the maximum heap size of callouts (either HTTP or WebService calls) is 6 MB for synchronous apex and 12 MB for asynchronous apex. Not… Continue reading Making Callouts with Batch Apex for Data of over 12 MB

Apex · Integration · REST · Salesforce

Dynamically Changing Filters in Reports using Analytical API

Scenario :- Let us Assume there are 3  representatives  working under the same territory . Now based on the selection of each representative in VisualForce page , his data should be displayed in the report  . The Reports and Dashboards REST API gives you programmatic access to your report and dashboard data and to visualize the  data.… Continue reading Dynamically Changing Filters in Reports using Analytical API

Integration · REST · Salesforce

Integration of Salesforce with Shopify Application

Hi All, This Blog gives a small demonstration  on how the process happens in integration of Shopify app with Salesforce. We can use SOAP API or REST API based on your requirement. Here I am using REST API for integration. For integration with Shopify app we cannot use Oauth authentication. As shopify does not allow Oath… Continue reading Integration of Salesforce with Shopify Application

Apex · Integration · REST

Combining RESTful Web Services and Site.com for creating publicly asccessible URL

The Force.com REST API lets you use a simple and lightweight API to access Force.com data, using standard OAuth, together with a choice of data flavors – XML and JSON. The REST API is configured out of the box to suit the basic CRUD (create, read, update and delete) operations of data management. Apex REST augments this… Continue reading Combining RESTful Web Services and Site.com for creating publicly asccessible URL