Use SOAP API to create , retrieve , update or delete records from standard and custom objects. SOAP API have more than 20 different call It allows you to maintain Passwords , perform searches and much more   SOAP API Applications Create Web services. Create Email Services. Complex validation over multiple objects Creates a Complex […]

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This entry is part 2 of 3 in the series Salesforce Integration

SOAP – Simple Object Access Protocol. SOAP-API also allows you to maintain passwords,perform searches,retrieve metadata. Salesforce provides two different SOAP API WSDLs(WSDL: Web service description language). WSDL(Web service description language)is an XML document which contains a standardized description on how to communicate using a web service. Salesforce provides two different SOAP API WSDLs (WSDL: Web service description language). 1. […]

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Working with REST API is easy. From this we will learn how to integrate one Salesforce instance to another Salesforce instance. To implement this functionality, we need to follow the below steps   Two Developer instance Signup || Login Connected App Remote Site Settings Apex Class (Rest Resource) Once you are set with you developer environments. Keep […]

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Update All Contacts Related to Account

Are you looking to update all Contacts from Account Detail Page in salesforce. Then here is my solution for you to update all your contacts at one place. All you need to have one custom Detail Page Button in account layout which is override by Visualforce page Here is the sample code

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How to find Field Access Permissions ?

Have you ever wondered. How to find Field Accessible ( Read or Edit ) in salesforce. Then here is solution for you , with a simple query you can able to get to know all the permissions for that filed We have standard object called “FieldPermissions” which is Available for SOQL. ObjectName = FieldPermissions


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