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Web services using sales force.com

  1. 1. Web Services using SalesForce.com Vaishnavi Chigarapalle
  2. 2. Overview • SalesForce.com. • Project Design. • Technologies Used. • Lessons Learned. • Summary. • Demo.
  3. 3. 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).
  4. 4. 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.
  5. 5. Virtual Force in Action
  6. 6. 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.,
  7. 7. 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
  8. 8. 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.
  9. 9. 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.
  10. 10. DEMO
  11. 11. Registering a Domain name
  12. 12. Creating a Site
  13. 13. Assigning a VirtualForce Page
  14. 14. 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.
  15. 15. Sites Visualforce Pages and Error Pages
  16. 16. Site Security
  17. 17. Usage Reports
  18. 18. Multi Language Support
  19. 19. WebPage
  20. 20. Home Page
  21. 21. Thank You!

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