Salesforce Integration with Heroku
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Salesforce Integration with Heroku

Salesforce Integration with Heroku using Heroku connect, Salesforce Connect and Web Service callouts
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Created by Deepika Khanna
Last updated 4/2017
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  • 3 hours on-demand video
  • 2 Articles
  • 7 Supplemental Resources
  • Full lifetime access
  • Access on mobile and TV
  • Certificate of Completion
What Will I Learn?
  • Students will be able to install, deploy applications on Heroku
  • Students will be able to integrate applications running on Heroku with applications running on Force.com platform
  • Students will gain knowledge on Salesforce Connect, Heroku connect, WebServices callouts
  • Students will learn about External objects
  • Students will learn about creating relationships between Standard objects and External objects
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Requirements
  • Students must know about the basics of Force.com platform
  • Students must be aware of the out-of-the-box features of Salesforce like custom object,standard objects, Relationship etc.
  • Must have a basic knowledge of Apex or any other programming language.
  • Students must be aware of basic Git commands
Description

****Last updated April 14th,2017****

In this course, we will learn about different integration methods available to connect applications running on Force platform with external systems such as Heroku Connect, Salesforce Connect and WebService Callouts.

In this course we will learn about Data Replication and Data proxy. This course is divided into three main sections in which we cover Heroku Connect, Salesforce Connect and WebService callouts in detail.

We will start with creating an account on Heroku and 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 force platform 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 about web service callouts. We will create Rest Webservice to 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.

Who is the target audience?
  • Students who are interested to learn about different methods to integrate Salesforce application with applications running on Heroku platform.
  • Students who are intersted to learn about Salesforce connect, Heroku connect and Web Service callouts
  • Students who are facing challenges integrating applications running on Heroku platform
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Curriculum For This Course
39 Lectures
02:47:53
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Salesforce Heroku Method Integration Overview :Data Replication and Data Proxy
9 Lectures 19:32



In this tutorial, we will create an account with Heroku and Salesforce.

https://www.heroku.com/

https://developer.salesforce.com/


Preview 04:59

Review for the course
01:08

In this tutorial, we will talk about Data Replication. 

Data Replication: is the process of synchronizing or copying the data between Salesforce and external system. For eg: You own a company which deals with selling Unicorn Hats. The product information like pricing and inventory is stored in salesforce org and we also have a public website which is built in Node.Js and Java.

This public website needs product data from salesforce org for order functionality. This public website is running on Heroku. So it makes sense to copy product information from salesforce application  on to a datastore in Heroku. 

Salesforce heroku integration Methods Overview: Data Replication and Data Proxy
03:05

10 Salesforce Extensions That Will Make You Salesforce Expert
00:12

In this tutorial, we will talk about Data Proxy. 

Data Proxy: Data proxy is also used to fetch data from different datastores. But in case of Data proxy, data is not copied but its read on demand. Since the data is not copied in case of Data Proxy, you do not have to worry about data storage and keeping the data up-to-date.

Salesforce Integration with Heroku through Data Proxy
01:43

In this tutorial, we will talk about what integrations methods are available in order to integrate salesforce with Heroku. 

You can integrate Salesforce with Heroku using:

  • Heroku Connect
  • Salesforce Connect
  • Canvas
  • Webservice Callouts
  • Salesforce REST APIs
Overview of salesforce heroku integration methods
02:17
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Integration using Heroku Connect
7 Lectures 34:06
How to deploy app on Heroku?
04:13

In this tutorial, we will provision two main add-ons for our app running on Heroku.

  • Heroku Postgres
  • Heroku Connect

Heroku Postgres: is a SQL database service provisioned and managed as an add-on. It acts like a datastore for application running on Heroku.

Heroku Connect: Heroku connect is add-on that is used to copy/synchronize the data between your salesforce org and a Heroku Postgres database.

How Heroku Connect Works?

Heroku connect creates a database table on demand which is an exact replica of the salesforce object.  Tables and column are same between Salesforce objects and Postgres database, except the database uses lowercase letters.

Whenever data changes in salesforce,those changes are also made to Heroku database table and vice-versa.

How to add heroku add on: postgres and Heroku Connect?
01:46

Setting up Heroku Connect
06:33

https://devcenter.heroku.com/articles/heroku-command-line

https://nodejs.org/en/

Preview 04:00

In this tutorial, we will prepare our app for local development. Whenever an app is deployed on Heroku, it also keeps a copy of the app in a git repository to make it available for sharing. In real time, you will store your code in company's git repository or will use a service like GitBucket or GitHub.

Running Heroku app locally
06:59

In this tutorial, we will make changes to the app we deployed on our local machine in the last tutorial. Once we are done with the changes we will commit and push our changes back to our remote heroku app.

heroku git clone repository and making changes to the application for re-deploy
06:35

Commit and push changes to heroku app
04:00
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Integration using Salesforce Connect
14 Lectures 56:44

In this tutorial,we will cover salesforce connect.

What is Salesforce Connect?

Salesforce connect is a framework, that allow us to read, modify and search data  from an external system on demand. In case of salesforce connect, data is not stored in salesforce org but its read on demand.

Overview of Salesforce Connect
01:30

When to use Salesforce connect?
03:43

Setting up Salesforce Connect
04:40

Create a new External Data Source
06:44

Salesforce connect adapters
00:34

Creating a tab for external object to access data
02:26

Types of Relationship in External Object
03:21

External object relationships: Lookup Relationship, External Lookup and Indirect
09:05

How to create external lookup relationship in salesforce?
05:21

View the external data
03:55

Overview of Indirect Lookup Relationship
02:37

Creating Indirect Lookup relationship between External and Standard object
07:01

Enable Chatter for External Data
03:17

In this tutorial, we will learn about how to view external data in Salesforce1. Below are the steps:

Step 1: Start the Salesforce1 app on your phone.Enter your username and password for your Developer Edition.

Step 2: Click on the hamburger icon on the top left corner and it will open the navigation menu.

Step 3: Click on the Orders object from the list.

Step 4: Now you will see records related to Orders. Click on one of the record under Orders tab.

Step 5: Click Feed to view order record’s feed and feed posts.

Step 6: Click on related, and then click orderDetails to see the order’s line items.

View External data on Mobile using Salesforce1
02:30
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Webservice Callouts
9 Lectures 57:33

In this tutorial, we will see how to create a WebService Callout to integrate the Warehouse app with the fulfillment application.

The fulfillment app is written in JAVA and is deployed on Heroku platform.

Whenever the status of the invoice record is changed to Closed in Salesforce org, the system sends a JSON-formatted message to the Order Fulfillment System running on Heroku, which then returns an order ID to the Force.com system. The OrderId returned from the Order fulfillment system is added to the corresponding Invoice record.

Webservice callouts in Salesforce
03:34

Installing app in Salesforce
02:46

Create Heroku app from existing repository
09:30

What is Remote Site Settings in Salesforce?

Whenever we want to access external system from our Force.com platform using webservice, callouts, visualforce button, the external system site needs to be added to remote site settings in salesforce.

Salesforce Remote Site Settings
05:38

Apex Callouts:

Apex callout allow you to integrate Apex code with external service by making a call to an external web service or sending a HTTP request from Apex code and then will recieve the response.

APEX webservice and callouts
06:38

Invoking callouts using APEX
04:06

Create an Integration Class
12:08

Test @future method
05:24

Create a Trigger to Call the @future Method
07:49
About the Instructor
Deepika Khanna
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I am a Java/J2EE and salesforce developer, have been writing and working with software for the past 5 years. I currently live in Dallas/TX.

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Then checkout my courses. I have close to 10000 students in and out of udemy. My passion is helping people around the world and guide them into the world of programming.

I am Oracle certified JAVA ,J2EE developer. I love coffee, music, exercise,coding and technology. See you in my course:)