Salesforce Integration

Salesforce integration is beneficial in many ways. It offers all-in-one access where it helps all the employees stay logged into one system. It also provides more insightful reporting and effortless access to the data. Salesforce Integration inculcating automated checks helps increase productivity. It also helps in automating workflows with point-and-click and without any code. It allows more information sharing and by this enhances communication. So, in overall, Salesforce integration, is required in all the means for the best running and advancement of an enterprise. Now that you have got an idea on it, find the details of the course and get joined immediately.

Best Salesforce Integration Training with Certification in Noida, India,

1-Introduction of Integration.
2-Introduction of web services.
3-Why we use web services?
4-Characteristics of Web Services
5-Types of Web Services
6-What are Declarative Integrations
7-Declarative Integeration using Facebook
8-Delcarative Integration using OKTA
9-Declarative Integration using Marketo
10-Declarative Integration using Informatica
11-Declaravie Integration using CommandLine | Mule Soft| JitterBit |Elit

1. Introduction to programmatic Integrations?
2. Introduction to Response formats
Text /HTML
* Intoduction to JSON
* JSON Classes
* Prety format
* JSONGenerator Class
* JSONSerialization
* JSONParser
* JSONDeserialize
* JSONDeserializeStrict
* JSONDeserializeUnType
* Project Scenario’s

Session -3
1-XML Classes
2-Introduction to XML
3-Introduction to DOM
2. HTTP Callouts
1- What is HTTP Callouts?
2-When to HTTP callouts ?
3-What is the difference between HTTP and HTTPS protocols
4- HTTP Classes?
5- Http Class
7- HttpResponse
8-Http Response Codes
9-Http with Blobs
10-Http with Document
11-Remote Site Settings
12-Introduction to API Based Introduction
13-Integration with youtube .
14-Fetching the video’s from Youtube and displaying as Playlist ?
15-API Integration with UTRACE
16-API Integration with
17-API Integration with google Maps
18-external system integration with REST API (IP Address)

Session -4
1-Rest API
2-What is Stateful protocol and when to use ?
3-What is Stateless Protocol and when to use?
4-Introduction Rest API
5-When to use Rest API?
6-What are the advantage of Rest API?
7-Disadvantage of Rest API?
9-Introduction of Authorization.
10-What is difference between the Oauth 1.0 and OAuth 2.0?
11-What are different types of OAuth 2.0 Authorization?
12-Web –Server Authorization using UserName Password
13-Performing DML operation on Sobject using REST API

2-What is SOAP API ?
3-When to use SOAP API?
4-Advantaes of SOAP API
5-Disadvantage of SOAP API
6-What is the difference between SOAP and REST API?
7-What is WSDL ?
8-What are different types of WSDL Elements ?
9-Different types of WSDL
10-Introduction to Enterprice WSDL
11-Intoduction to Partner WSDL
12-Introduction to APEX WSDL
13-Introduction to MetaData WSDL
14-Introduction to TOOLING WSDL
15-How to create a WSDL files
16-How to generate APEX from WSDL file ?
17-How to generate WSDL from APEX class ?
18-Converting MultiPort WSDL files to Single Ports
19-Converting RPC WSDL to DOC Literal
20-Debugging Skills on WSDL consumption

1-MetaData WSDL
2-Creating SObjects from External systems
3-Creating Sobject Fields from External Systems
4-One Way Hand Shake
5-Two Way Hand Shake
6-Introduction to SSL certificate
7-Introduction to TLS certificate

Chatter API
1-What is Chatter API?
2-Introduction to Chatter with API
3-Introduction to Chatter with REST API?
4-What are the Chatter REST API Resources?
5-Example of Chatter API.
6-Streaming API
7-What is Streaming API?
8-What is Streaming API?
9-How does Streaming API works?
10-What is Push and Pull Technology?
11-Overview of Push and Pull Technology?
12-Example of Streaming API.

Bulk API
1-Introduction to Bulk API
2-When to use to Bulk API
3-Advantages of Bulk API
5-Course Duration:20 Hrs
6-Daily Class Duration: 1 Hr 30 Mins
9-About Us
12-Contact Us
14-Ambient info solutions,

Course Details:

  • Duration : 5 Weekends
  • Session Timings: As per both convenience
  • Payment Options: Online or Cash