Salesforce.com Category

Force.com Architect – Blog Series Overview

I have a set of blog articles I will be writing over the coming weeks and months (let’s be honest: years).  I wanted to list the outline of what I am planning.  I would love your feedback on which ones you would be interested in seeing sooner than later.  (These are listed in no specific […]

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Force.com IDE running on Eclipse 4.2 (Juno)

Quick tip: When trying to install the Force.com IDE (http://www.adnsandbox.com/tools/ide/install/) into Eclipse 4.2 (Juno) you will receive errors.  The fix is very simple.  Get a hold of the following JAR file: org.eclipse.update.ui_3.2.300.v20100512.jar and place it in your Eclipse ‘plugins’ directory.  This is especially easy if you have an older version of Eclipse.  I copied it from […]

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Using the Force.com Web Services Connector to access the Salesforce.com API

In this post we will be creating a Salesforce.com client application that can communicate with and alter the Salesforce.com data in your org.  This would be the building blocks for a custom Java on-premise app.  We are using the WSC open source project for connection to Salesforce.com.  This is a web service client stack that […]

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Salesforce.com APEX REST + oAuth

We are building an integration between Salesforce.com and a custom iPhone application.  The system has the following high level requirements: 1) Salesforce.com will stand up a custom API for communication with the iPhone.  Apex Rest web services will be used. 2) oAuth will be used for the iPhone to authenticate into Salesforce.com. There were enough nuances in […]

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