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    • Web Services using SalesForce.com Vaishnavi Chigarapalle
    • Overview • SalesForce.com. • Project Design. • Technologies Used. • Lessons Learned. • Summary. • Demo.
    • SalesForce.com • Salesforce.com is a global enterprise software. • It is best known for its customer relationship management (CRM) product. • SalesForce.com’s CRM solution is broken down into several broad categories: – Sales Cloud. – Service Cloud. – Data Cloud. – Collaboration Cloud. – Custom Cloud (including Force.com).
    • Introduction to the Project • The project mainly deals with providing web services using SalesForce.com. • Creating an account with SalesForce.com. • SalesForce.com let’s us create our own tabs with our own specifications. • It lets us create a webpage and then link it to the database. • The webpage’s are created using APEX.
    • Virtual Force in Action
    • Technologies Used • The Front end technologies that were used to create the webpage and the web services are as follows: – APEX. – HTML – XML – JavaScript. • The backend is done by linking the webpage to the database. • This helps in storing the data such as login names, email id’s of users, password generator, security questions etc.,
    • Introduction to APEX • Force.com Apex Code is a strongly-typed programming language that executes on the Force.com platform. • Apex is used to add business logic to applications, to write database triggers, and to program controllers in the user interface layer. • It has the usual array of features such as classes, interfaces, constants, class variables, and annotations. Unusually, Apex is not case sensitive. • Apex supports a number of different data types: – primitive data types such as Integer and Date – sObject types that represent persistent objects – collections and enumerations – user and system-defined Apex classes • The primitive data types include: – Blob - for storing binary data – Boolean – Date, Time and Datetime – Decimal - for representing arbitrary precession numbers, including currency – ID - the Force.com database record identifier type
    • Lessons Learned • Visual force. • Database.com • Site.com • Force.com • There is also another way of creating a website and linking it to the database. • Creating a website can be done by using SalesForce.com’s Site.com and then linking it to the SalesForce.com’s Database.com but the drawback is that this could happen only if we registered for a premium membership and would not work with the trial version.
    • Summary • Salesforce.com provides programmatic access to the organization’s information using simple, powerful, and secure application programming interfaces. • The Salesforce prebuilt applications provide powerful CRM functionality. In addition, Salesforce provides the ability to customize the prebuilt applications to fit the organization. • However, the organization may have complex business processes that are unsupported by the existing functionality. • When this is the case, the Force.com platform includes a number of ways for advanced administrators and developers to implement custom functionality. • The custom functionality includes the Web services API, Apex, and Visualforce.
    • DEMO
    • Registering a Domain name
    • Creating a Site
    • Assigning a VirtualForce Page
    • URL Paths and Sites • A site consists of 3 components: – The Force.com domain name that uniquely identifies your specific organization (case insensitive) – The path identifies the specific site (case sensitive) – A Visualforce page that is associated with your site (case insensitive) • Each of these paths will have a unique path in the site URL to differentiate one site from another.
    • Sites Visualforce Pages and Error Pages
    • Site Security
    • Usage Reports
    • Multi Language Support
    • WebPage
    • Home Page
    • Thank You!