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Online Training Salesforce Integration with Heroku
In this course, we will learn about differentintegration methods available to connect applications running on Forceplatform with external systems such as Heroku Connect, Salesforce Connect and WebService Callouts.In this course we will learn aboutData Replication and Data proxy. This course is divided into three main sections in which we coverHeroku Connect, Salesforce Connect and WebService callouts in detail.We will start with creating an account onHerokuand then we will deploy an external PhoneChange application and we will integrate with Salesforce application using Heroku Connect. We will also provision Postgres database for our app. We will see how to provision the app for local development.In the second section, we will explore Salesforce Connect. We will start with installing warehouse application on forceplatform and then we will integration with external system using Salesforce Connect. In Salesforce connect, we map external objects to the tables in the external system. We will cover external objects, different types of relationship that you create with external and standard objects.In the third section, we will talk aboutweb service callouts. We will createRest Webserviceto call the external system and update the records on the salesforce object.All these topics are not covered in any other Salesforce course out there. This course is complete hands on and you will working along with me throughout this course.
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