Zoho CRM Cookbook<br />Recipe one<br />
The Recipe<br />Build a Silverlight Lead Capture form<br />Implement web services to capture the Leads from the web site<b...
The Ingredients<br />Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010<br />Microsoft Silverlight<br />Zoho CRM<br />
Preparation<br />You will need an Account with Zoho – a free account is fine, since we are not expecting more than 250 cal...
Preparation 2<br />Create a New Silverlight Project in Visual Web Developer 2010<br />One MainForm is enough<br />
Preparation 3<br />Create another Project and Add a Web Service<br />Using the Web Service, expose two Web Methods for use...
Part One<br />Design the Silverlight User Interface to include First, Last and Email, and a Combo for Interest<br />Add a ...
Part Two<br />In the Web Service Project<br />In the GetTicket method, call the Zoho API Ticket URL and store the value<br />
Part Three<br />In the LeadInsert Method, call the LeadInsert method and provide the required information<br />
Part Four<br />Load your Web Service onto your IIS or wherever you will be using it from<br />Make sure you have a suitabl...
Part Five<br />In your Silverlight Project<br />Call your Proxy Web Service for the API Ticket and the InsertLead<br />
Part Six<br />Tidy up the Silverlight form with some simple Validation of your fields<br />
Part Seven<br />Deploy the Silverlight page on the same server and the Web Service<br />Put the whole lot on your website ...
Conclusion<br />We used Zoho CRM to implement a Lead Capture form using Microsoft Silverlight and Microsoft Web Services<b...
Files<br />Zip File<br />Web Service Project<br />Silverlight Project<br />
Files to Change<br />In Zip<br />App.Config – to change the SIEBELDB connection String<br />Form1.vb – to change the API k...
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On Demand Education Ltd - Zoho CRM Cookbook Recipe 1

  1. 1. Zoho CRM Cookbook<br />Recipe one<br />
  2. 2. The Recipe<br />Build a Silverlight Lead Capture form<br />Implement web services to capture the Leads from the web site<br />
  3. 3. The Ingredients<br />Microsoft Visual Web Developer 2010<br />Microsoft Silverlight<br />Zoho CRM<br />
  4. 4. Preparation<br />You will need an Account with Zoho – a free account is fine, since we are not expecting more than 250 calls per day (right?)<br />Set up your CRM Organization and make sure your User can create Leads<br />Get a Zoho API Key<br />www.zoho.com<br />
  5. 5. Preparation 2<br />Create a New Silverlight Project in Visual Web Developer 2010<br />One MainForm is enough<br />
  6. 6. Preparation 3<br />Create another Project and Add a Web Service<br />Using the Web Service, expose two Web Methods for users of your Web Service<br />One Method to Get an API Ticket<br />One Method to Insert the Lead<br />
  7. 7. Part One<br />Design the Silverlight User Interface to include First, Last and Email, and a Combo for Interest<br />Add a Checkbox and a Button<br />Add your Logo<br />
  8. 8. Part Two<br />In the Web Service Project<br />In the GetTicket method, call the Zoho API Ticket URL and store the value<br />
  9. 9. Part Three<br />In the LeadInsert Method, call the LeadInsert method and provide the required information<br />
  10. 10. Part Four<br />Load your Web Service onto your IIS or wherever you will be using it from<br />Make sure you have a suitable crossdomain.xml in place<br />In the Silverlight project, reference your proxy Web Service<br />
  11. 11. Part Five<br />In your Silverlight Project<br />Call your Proxy Web Service for the API Ticket and the InsertLead<br />
  12. 12. Part Six<br />Tidy up the Silverlight form with some simple Validation of your fields<br />
  13. 13. Part Seven<br />Deploy the Silverlight page on the same server and the Web Service<br />Put the whole lot on your website or wherever<br />
  14. 14. Conclusion<br />We used Zoho CRM to implement a Lead Capture form using Microsoft Silverlight and Microsoft Web Services<br />Zoho is free, Microsoft Visual Web Developer Express is free, it’s all free!<br />
  15. 15. Files<br />Zip File<br />Web Service Project<br />Silverlight Project<br />
  16. 16. Files to Change<br />In Zip<br />App.Config – to change the SIEBELDB connection String<br />Form1.vb – to change the API key information for your Twitter Application<br />

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