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Under the Hood of a Business Application


Published on uses the cloud platform to develop internal applications as well as customer-facing applications. In this session, we'll take a close look at how built its App … uses the cloud platform to develop internal applications as well as customer-facing applications. In this session, we'll take a close look at how built its App Store application. Learn how to build complex, mission-critical applications that can scale, integrate with other systems, and provide the best user experience possible using pages (Visualforce), code (Apex), and the full platform stack.

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  • Use of basic oob features of platform
  • Highlight integrations to AppExchange applications like DocuSign, CyberSourceHighlight approval using metadata.Mix process scheduling
  • Highlight how VF component is referenced in the pageHighlight use of Omiture integration as part of each page view tracking
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    • 1. Under the Hood of a Business Application
      Emin Gerba:
      Samarpan Jain:
    • 2. Safe Harbor
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    • 3. Agenda
      • application landscape – a quick overview
      • 4. Major functional areas running on
      • 5. Deep-dive on Checkout & Quote-to-Cash
      • 6. Q&A
    • application landscape
    • 7. Customer Service
      Sales & Marketing
      Compliance and Risk
      Human Capital Management
      • Performance Management
      • 8. Time-off Manager
      • 9. Volunteer Tracking
      • 10. Recruiting Management
      • 11. Callidus Comp Plan Communicator
      • 12. Kelly Contingent Worker Outsourcing
      • 13. Workday HCM
      • 14. ADP payroll
      • 15. Coupa Procure to Pay
      • 16. Concur T&E Manager
      • 17. Manhattan Space & Lease Management
      • 18. Ruesch Payment Services
      • 19. Oracle eBusiness Suite Financials
      • 20. Sabrix for Tax
      • 21. Hyperion Financial Management and Planning
      • 22. Salesforce Customer Service & Support Portal
      • 23. Salesforce Knowledge Base
      • 24. Salesforce Ideas
      • 25. Appirio Services Management
      • 26. Plateau Learning Management
      • 27. IT Help Desk
      • 28. Asset Management Object
      • 29. iLinc Web Meetings
      • 30. Live Ops Global Contact Center Infrastructure
      • 31. Google Docs
      • 32. Omniture Web Analytics
      • 33. Business Objects/SPSS BI
      • 34. OpenCms Web CMS
      • 35. Ping Identity Management
      • 36. Microsoft Exchange
      • 37. Perforce Software Config Mgmt
      • 38. Oracle BPEL Process Manager
      • 39. Cisco Call Manager
      • 40. Agile Scrum and Bug Management
      • 41. Program and Resource Management
      • 42. Test Repository
      • 43. Audit Controls Management
      • 44. Business Impact Analysis
      • 45. Change Management
      • 46. Salesforce Automation (“Org 62”)
      • 47. Opportunity to Quote
      • 48. Quote to Cash
      • 49. Checkout (e-commerce & account management)
      • 50. Event Management
      • 51. Access Hoovers
      • 52. Clicktools Survey Tool
      • 53. Conga Mail Merge
      • 54. D&B
      • 55. Sales Genius
      • 56. Mindjet Org Charting
      • 57. Ribbit Voice to Text
      • 58. Inside View Account News
      • 59. Click to Dial (CTI Integrations)
      • 60. Instant Service Live Chat
      • 61. Xactly Sales Compensation
      • 62. Comergent Configurator
      • 63. CyberSource payment gateway
      • 64. DocuSign e-signature portal
      • 65. Aptus agreements management
      • products
      • 66. Built on
      • 67. SAAS/PAAS Products
      • 68. On Premise Applications
    • A View from the IT Cloud
      Major Business Applications on
      • Sales force Automation (campaign, lead, opportunity management)
      • 69. Checkout (eCommerce & account management)
      • 70. Quote to Cash
      • 71. Customer Service & Support Portal
      • 72. Event Management
      • 73. Agile Scrum & Bug Management
      • 74. Program & Resource Management
      • 75. Performance Management
      • 76. Time-off Manager
      • 77. Volunteer Tracking
      • 78. Recruiting Management
      • 79. IT Help Desk
      • 80. Change Management
    • Checkout & Quote-to-Cash
    • 81.
      • It covers a lot of ground
      sales commissions
      renewal forecasting
      opportunity management
      customer notifications
      service renewal & suspension
      quoting & approvals
      e-commerce portal
      contract & order
      billing & credit memo
      payment processor
      e-signature portal
      payment processor
      usage entitlements & tracking
    • 82.
      • Customer self-service account management and purchase of SFDC and partner services & products.
      • 83. Streamlined electronic interaction between customers and sales: publish quotes, e-signature, place orders, etc.
      • 84. Advanced quoting & approval flows for sales; craft custom deals, including custom pricing, product terms, contract terms, etc.
      • 85. Sophisticated approval flows defined by sales ops, finance, and legal, with rule based and human approvals.
      • 86. Renewals forecasting layer that tracks current vs. projected service levels across our customer base by product category.
      • Order management application that enforces data integrity, stamps data required by finance for revenue recognition and even stages data for sales commission payouts.
      • 87. Service enablement & suspension based on activated orders, received payments, etc.
      • 88. Billing & credit memo engine that creates invoices and credit memos based on orders
      • 89. Usage entitlement creation based on orders, actual usage tracking.
      • 90. Back-end integrations that pushes invoices & credit memos from Salesforce to Oracle Financials for creation of accounting entries, brings back tax calc
    • Technologies
      • Customer Portal for e-commerce, utilizing High Volume portal user
      • 91. Apex triggers, classes, and web services to implement core business logic
      • 92. Batch Apex to implement bulk functionality. Employs software development best practices, like object orientation, design patterns, etc.
      • 93. Visualforce to implement streamlined, scalable, tailored look & feel.
      • 94. sharing (private), user profiles to enforce granular data access security.
      • 95. 3rd party configurator engine and to provide comprehensive quoting capabilities. Bi-directional communication between and configurator implemented using Apex call-outs and Apex web services.
    • Technologies
      • Integration to CyberSource payment gateway, using hosted CC/DD page using silent https post.
      • 96. Multiple approval flows leveraging standard approvals engine, additional custom control logic in Apex driven by metadata
      • 97. Approval requests, including quote details and cumulative approval comments, sent out via email. Executives able to approve quotes via email on their mobile devices. Utilizes Apex, Visualforce e-mail templates.
      • 98. Integrates to DocuSign platform for electronic signature, using AppExchange package, Wsdl2Apex functionality, Apex.
      • 99. A caching layer in Apex that caches information across request event handlers – e.g. before insert to after insert; allows for significantly more data to be processed with flat memory consumption
    • The back-end
      sales commissions
      renewal forecasting
      opportunity management
      customer notifications
      service renewal & suspension
      e-commerce portal
      contract & order
      billing & credit memo
      payment processor
      e-signature portal
      payment processor
      usage entitlements & tracking
    • 100. You will see examples of:
      • How we used Design Patterns to implement a scalable, flexible billing engine
      • 101. Use of SOQL to implement complex filtering criteria
    • Flyweight Pattern
      • Your design requires a whole lot of objects that would be too expensive to create separately.
      • 102. The objects can be made shareable; they can be designed so they do not contain contextual state. Perfect for stateless business logic!
      • 103. Sharing objects would significantly decrease the number of needed objects and memory requirements.
      Factory Pattern
      • You wish to make your client independent of the actual subclasses of the product.
      • 104. You wish to centralize the creation logic in one place.
    • Using Design Patterns in Apex - Flyweight
      public class GroupAlgorithmimplements BaseBill.TrxAlg{
      public boolean Execute(List<BaseBill.TransactionClass> trx_list){
      BObj.OrderClass lhOrder = (BObj.OrderClass)trx_list[0];
      BObj.OrderClass rhOrder = (BObj.OrderClass)trx_list[1];
      /* 1. Forced separation flag */
      if(lhOrder.GetSObject().BillSep__c || rhOrder.GetSObject().BillSep__c){
      return false;
      /* 2. Contract */
      return false;
      /* 4. Shipping Address */
      String lhCountry, lhState, lhCity, lhZIP, rhCountry, rhState, rhCity, rhZIP;
      lhOrder.GetSObject().ShippingCountry : lhOrder.GetSObject().Contract.ShippingCountry;
      if(lhCity.equalsIgnoreCase(rhCity) && lhState.equalsIgnoreCase(rhState) && lhZIP.equalsIgnoreCase(rhZIP)){
      if(lhCity.equalsIgnoreCase(rhCity)) return true;
      return false;
    • 105. Using Design Patterns in Apex – Flyweight
      public class …{
      /* Provide functionality for the object to compare itself to the supplied object using the provided TrxAlgorithm */
      public boolean DoCompare(TrxAlgFactory trxAlgFact, TrxClass trx){
      List<TrxClass > trxList = new TrxClass []{this, trx};
      TrxAlg trxAlg = trxAlgFact.getAlgorithm(trxList);
      return trxAlg.Execute(trxList);
      /* Invokes the Execute method on the provided algorithm object and passes itself to it.
      It also must invoke the same method on all its children */
      public virtual void DoCreate(TrxAlgFactory trxAlgFact){
      List<TrxClass > trx = new TrxClass []{this};
      TrxAlg trxAlg = trxAlgFact.getAlgorithm(trx);
      for(TrxClass child:this.children){
    • 106. Using Design Patterns in Apex - Factory
      // This method decides the algorithm to be returned based on the nature of the object
      public ...TrxAlg getAlgorithm(List<...TrxClass> trxList){
      return new InvoiceHeaderCreationAlgorithm();
      }else if(containOdr(trxList)){
      return new GroupAlgorithm();
      }else if(containsItemBFZero(trxList)){
      return new BFZeroAlgorithm();
      }else if(containsItemBFNotZero(trxList)){
      throw new ...InvalidDataException(...);
      return null;
    • 107. Making SOQL do complex filtering
      private OrdItem[] getBilOrds(String revOwn, Integer maxRows , String ctr, ...){
      OrdItem[] billRows;
      String baseQuery = 'SELECT Id, ListPrice, …’ + 'FROM OrdItem '+
      'WHERE Ord.ActDate!=null AND Ord.Status != 'Canceled' AND '+
      '(Ord.Cont.EndDate > '+String.valueOf(System.Today())+' OR (PE.BillFreq=0 AND ’+
      ‘Ord.Cont.EndDate = '+String.valueOf(System.Today())+')) AND '+
      ‘(OriItemId!=null OR (BillThrDate__c = null AND '+
      ‘(OIEffectiveDate__c - Ord.Cont.OrdPrebillDays <= '+String.valueOf(System.Today())+')) OR '+
      '(BillThrDate__c != null AND (OIEndDate__c - BillTrhDate__c > 0) AND '+
      'PE.BillFreq !=0 AND (BillThrDate__c - Ord.Cont.OrdPrebillDays < ‘+String.valueOf(System.Today())+'))) AND
    • 108. Order Management
      sales commissions
      renewal forecasting
      opportunity management
      customer notifications
      service renewal & suspension
      quoting & approvals
      e-commerce portal
      contract & order
      billing & credit memo
      payment processor
      e-signature portal
      payment processor
      usage entitlements & tracking
    • 109. You will see examples of:
      • How we cache data in Apex to reduce resource usage
    • Transactional caching in Apex
    • 110. Cache implementation
      public class OrderCache extends BaseCache
      public override Map<Id, SObject> getCache(Set<Id> sObjectIdList, String soqlQuery, boolean reQuery, boolean lockRecords) {
      //If the records need to be locked,we add to the list if(lockRecords) { lockedIds.addAll(sObjectIdList); }//Doing the search first because if the map already contains the required orders, then we do not do any soql and work with the existing map Map<Id, Order> selectedOrders = searchCache(sObjectIdList); if(reQuery || selectedOrders == null) { //If we are requerying either due to forced requery or the selected ids are not there in the cache, see if the cache size is beyond threshold ….
      selectedOrders = getOrderInfo(sObjectIdList, soqlQuery); orderMap.putAll(selectedOrders); } return selectedOrders;}
      public override Map<Id, SObject> addToCache(List<SObject> sObjectList) {
      if(orderMap == null) {
      orderMap = new Map<Id, Order>();
      for(sObject glSObject : sObjectList) {
      if(glSObject instanceOf Order) {
      Order order = (Order) glSObject;
      orderMap.put(order.Id, order);
      return orderMap;
      public override void persist() {
      if(orderMap != null && orderMap.size() > 0) {
      update orderMap.values(); …
    • 111. Using the cache
      public class OrderInfo {
      //Caching all of the order/order item related info
      public static EntityCache orderCache = new OrderCache();
      public static Map<Id, List<OrderItem>> getOrdersWithOrderItems(List<Order> orders, Boolean lockRecords) {
      Set<Id> orderIds = new Set<Id>();
      Map<Id,Order> orderMap = (Map<Id, Order>)orderCache.getCache(orderIds, '', false, lockRecords);
      Map<Id, List<OrderItem>> orderToOrderItemsMap = new Map<Id, List<OrderItem>>();
      for(Order sOrder:orderMap.values()) {
      if(sOrder.OrderItems != null) orderToOrderItemsMap.put(sOrder.Id, sOrder.OrderItems);
      return orderToOrderItemsMap;
      //Adds any order/order item to the cache. If the object already exists, the new object will replace it.
      public static void addToOrderCache(Order sOrder) {
    • 112. You will see examples of:
      • Use of language override and transactional data to set locale without relying on the browser locale
    • 113.
    • 114. Using language override
      <apex:page controller="InvoiceController" title="Salesforce" language="{!language}" showHeader="false">
      <div id="sfdcheader">
      <table cellspacing="0" cellpadding="0" width="100%" border="0">
      <td valign="top" align="left">{!FromName}<br/>
      <apex:outputtext escape="false" value="{!FORMAT_ADDRESS(divInfo.oldFromStreet1,
      divInfo.oldFromStreet2__c, divInfo.oldFromCity,
      divInfo.oldFromState__c, divInfo.oldFromZip,
      divInfo.FromCountry, '<br/>')}"/></td>

      <th width="160" align="left">{!$Label.tableService}</th> …
      <th width="93" class=“num">{!$Label.tableQty} …
      <th width="90" class="currency">{!$Label.tableTotal}</th>
      <apex:repeat value="{!orderData.lineWrappers}" var="tranLine">
      <td class="num">{!FORMAT(tranLine.line.Quantity)}</td>
      <td class="currency">{!tranLine.formatTotalPrice}</td>
    • 115. Using transactional data to determine locale
      public with sharing class InvoiceController extends TransactionController {
      public String getCoverSheetName() {
      String firstName = getname(getContract().MailingFirstName__c);
      String lastName = getName(getContract().MailingLastName__c);
      String salutation = getname(getContract().MailingSalutation__c);
      String result = '';
      if ('ja' == getContract().BillingLanguage || 'ko' == getContract().BillingLanguage || getContract().BillingLanguage.contains('zh')) {
      return result + lastName + ' ' + firstName + ' '+salutation;
      } else {
      return result + salutation +' '+ firstName + ' ' + lastName;
      return result;
      public String getLanguage() {
      Contract c = getContract();
      if (c == null) return 'en_US';
      if (getContract().BillingLanguage == 'en_US') {
      if (c.RevenueOwner__c == 'ROWH' || c.RevenueOwner__c == 'US') {
      return 'en_US';
      } else if(c.RevenueOwner__c == 'EU' || c.RevenueOwner__c == 'ASIA PAC') {
      return 'en_GB';
      return c.BillingLanguage;
    • 116. Checkout
      sales commissions
      renewal forecasting
      opportunity management
      customer notifications
      service renewal & suspension
      quoting & approvals
      e-commerce portal
      contract & order
      billing & credit memo
      payment processor
      e-signature portal
      payment processor
      usage entitlements & tracking
    • 117. You will see examples of:
      • Use of Visualforce components to achieve flexible look & feel
      • 118. Use of metadata to control display of content blocks
      • 119. Use of iFrames in Visualforce to display external content and integrate with an e-signature portal
      • 120. Use of Visualforce to perform silent post and integrate with a payment processing gateway
    • 121. Building a header component
      <apex:component controller="StoreNavBarController" >
      <apex:stylesheet value="{!URLFOR($Resource.styleszip, '/common/css/styles.css')}"/>
      <apex:includeScript value="{!URLFOR($Resource.styleszip, '/common/js/sf.js')}"/>
      <apex:attribute ... />
      <div id="pagewrap" style="width:980px;text-align:left;overflow: visible;">
      <div class="sfLogo">
      <apex:image styleClass="logo" ...sf_logo_onblue.png')}" width="159" height="124" ... />
      <div id="header">
      <div class="links">
      <span class="welcome"> {!$Label.store_welcome},&nbsp; <em>{!userName}</em> ...
      </div><!-- .links -->
      <span class='endofcontainer'><!-- .endofcontainer --></span>
      </div><!-- header --> ...
      <div id="bodycontent">
      <apex:outputText rendered="{!FromPage != '062'}">
      <apex:form >
      <ul id="nav" style="padding-left:0px"> ...
      <!-- trial org -->
      <apex:outputText rendered="{!stat}"> ...
      <apex:outputText rendered="{!FromPage == 'quoteDoor'}">
      </apex:outputText> ...
    • 122. Components in action
      <apex:page id="thePage" showHeader="false" standardStylesheets="false" controller="FastBuyPageController">
      <c:storeOmniture pgName="Fast Buy Quote Edit Form"/>
      <c:storeMenu FromPage="fastbuyedit"/>
      <apex:outputPanel id="mainpage" rendered="{!!showErr}">
      <div id='bodycontent'>
      <apex:form id="editForm"> <!-- form -->
      <div id="subscriptionSection">
      <apex:outputPanel rendered="{!showErrorBubble}">
      <div id="licenseSelection">
      <div id="totalPrice">
      <apex:outputText value="{!format_currency(quote.CurrIsoCode,licPrd.Total_Price__c)}"/></b>
      </div> ….
      <apex:inputText value="{!ordQty}" id="licText" rendered="{!!isLmtSeats}" />
      <apex:commandLink action="{!save}">{!$Label.store_update}</apex:commandLink>
      <p class="ccMessage">* {!$Label.store_creditcardcharged}</p>
      </div> <!-- licenseSelection -->
      </apex:form> <!-- form -->
      </div><!-- #bodycontent -->
      <c:storefooter />
    • 123. The brains of the page controller
      public class StoreNavBarController{
      private List<StoreConfig__c> storeConfigs;
      public StoreNavBarController(){
      // get all store config objects for this edition
      storeConfigs = StoreUtil.getStoreConfigs();
      public boolean getStat(){
      return StoreUtil.getStat();
      public String getUserName(){
      return UserInfo.getName();
      private void getAccountExecInfo() {
      Exception err = null;
      try {
      StoreUtil.AccountExecInfo aeInfo = StoreUtil.getAccountExec(UserInfo.getUserId());
      aeName =;

      } catch(Exception e) {
      err = e;

      // return defaults if cannot get real AE info
      aeName = Label.store_ae_name_default;
      aePhone = Label.store_ae_phone_default;
    • 124. Metadata Configuration
      public static List<StoreConfig__c> getStoreConfigs() {
      try {
      String orgEdition = StoreControllerUtil.getOrgEdition();
      return [select Id, HideRequestSalesAssistance__c, MaximumSeats__c, ….. HideAccountContact__c, HideAdditionalProduct__c,
      HideLowerEditions__c, EditionName__c
      from StoreConfig__c where EditionName__c =: orgEdition];
      } catch (Exception e) {
      return null;
    • 125. E-signature Portal Integration
    • 126.
    • 127. Staging a document for e-signature
      public void docusignSetup() {

      // launch docusign with new envelope
      // 1. Create document
      PageReference page = new PageReference(…);
      Blob myblob = page.getContentAsPDF();
      SFDCToDocusignAPI.DocuSignDocument mydoc = new SFDCToDocusignAPI.DocuSignDocument('Quote Legal View','pdf',myblob);
      // 2. Create recipient
      SFDCToDocusignAPI.DocusignRecipient toReceip =
      new SFDCToDocusignAPI.DocusignRecipient(this.portalUserInfo.Contact.Email,…);
      // 3. Create connection (contains envelope)
      SFDCToDocusignAPI env = new SFDCToDocusignAPI('Embedded Signing',‘Store Flow',…);
      // 4. Add document to envelope
      // 5. Add recipient to envelope
      // 6. Create the Portal configuration (Request the token)
      // change the URL based on whether this is inline or
      SFDCToDocusignAPI.DocusignPortalInfo portInfo = new SFDCToDocusignAPI.DocusignPortalInfo(email,
      String retUrl = env.RequestDSToken(portInfo);
      this.docusignPage = new PageReference(retUrl);
    • 128. Using iFrame to serve external content
      <apex:page title="Docusign Entry" controller="DocusignInitController" action="{!docusignSetup}" showHeader="false" standardStylesheets="true">
      <c:storeOmniture pgName="Docusign Initialization"/>
      <c:storeMenu FromPage="docusign" rendered="{!!isCancel}"/>
      <apex:iframe src="{!docusignUrl}" rendered="{!!isCancel && !hasError}"/>
      <apex:outputText rendered="{!hasError}" value="This quote is already processed"/>
      <apex:outputText rendered="{!isCancel}">
      <script type="text/javascript">
      <c:storefooter rendered="{!!isCancel}"/>
    • 129. Payment Processing Gateway Integration
    • 130.
    • 131. Credit Card processing using silent post in Visualforce
      <apex:page id="superRoot" controller="StoreCreditCardController" title="{!$Label.store_enterCCDetails}" showHeader="false" standardStylesheets="true">
      <apex:includeScript value="{!$Resource.cardvalidation}"/>

      <apex:form action=“{!CreditCardSystemUrl}">

      <input type="text" name="lastName">
      <select name="card_cardType" id="ccTypes"><br />
      <option value="">{!$Label.store_select}</option>
      <option value="001">Visa</option> …
      <input type="text" name="cardNumber"/>
      <select name="card_expirationMonth" id="cardExpMnth">
      <option value="01">01</option> ...
      <select name="card_expirationYear" id="cardExpYr">
      <option value="2010">2010</option> …
      <input type="hidden" name="orderPage_receiptResponseURL" value="https://.../apex/ReceiptPage" />
      <input type="hidden" name="orderPage_signaturePublic" value="{!InsertSignature}"/>
      <input type="hidden" name="merchantID" value=…/> …
    • 132. The controller behind silent post
      public class StoreCreditCardController {

      // This method gathers the data and calls a Crypto class method to generate signature
      public String InsertSignature(String amt, …){
      String data = getMerchantID() + amt + …;
      return EncodingUtil.base64Encode(Crypto.generateMac('HmacSHA1',Blob.valueOf(data),
      public boolean VerifySignature(String data){
      return (tranField == EncodingUtil.base64Encode(Crypto.generateMac('HmacSHA1',Blob.valueOf(data),

    • 133. Landing for silent post
      <apex:form >
      <apex:actionFunction name="callReceipt" action="{!initi}" /> …
      <div id="waitingBlock" >
      <div id="imgBlock" style="padding-left:100px">
      <img src="{!URLFOR($Resource.styleszip,'/images/waiting_spin.gif')}"></img></div>
      </div> <!-- waitingBlock -->
      … and the controller
      public class StoreReceiptController{
      public PageReference initPage(){
      reason = ApexPages.currentPage().getParameters().get('reason');
      if(reason == '100'){
      receiptFwd = new PageReference('/‘…&reason='+status );
      //Read the reason code and redirect the user to credit card page
      receiptFwd = new PageReference('/apex/creditcardform?...&reason='+status );

    • 134. Key Take Aways
      • You can run a very complex, mission-critical application on
      • 135. Taking advantage of features can help you achieve your goals.
      • 136. Use AppExchange applications, SAAS solutions to extend you business functionality.
      • 137. Use Apex and Visualforce to extend stock functionality
      and tailor user experience.
    • 138. Question & Answer
      Emin Gerba
      Director, Software Engineering
      Samarpan Jain
      Principal Architect
    • 139. Under the Hood of a Business Application
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