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{!REQUIRESCRIPT("/resource/1468830130000/ConnectionJsNoAgent")} 
{!REQUIRESCRIPT("/soap/ajax/29.0/apex.js")} 
var result = sforce.apex.execute("SendSms","callSendWSrvId", "{id'{!CKSW_BASE__Service__c.Id}'}"); 
alert('result '); 
window.location.reload();

I keep getting errors and no matter what i do i cant seem to get it to work. I tried it with a @future @remoteAction and standard methods.

@future (callout = true)
    public static void sendWSrvId(String Id) {
//logic
}

Update: Forgot to mention I' using this in a custom button.

Update 2: Error after switching to webservice enter image description here

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    after Id you forgot :
    – Ratan Paul
    Jul 18, 2016 at 11:40

2 Answers 2

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The params object (third parameter to sforce.apex.execute) should be a normal object, not a string. Also, that means your code is malformed.

Here's a corrected version of your JavaScript:

var result = sforce.apex.execute("SendSms","callSendWSrvId", {id: '{!CKSW_BASE__Service__c.Id}'});     
alert(result); 
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  • Can you please explain how the third param should be set.
    – user8310
    Jul 18, 2016 at 11:55
  • @user8310 It should be a normal JavaScript object or JSON string. I normally avoid writing JSON manually when I can avoid it. Also, as Jsm said, the Apex should be webservice. See my JavaScript example in this answer.
    – sfdcfox
    Jul 18, 2016 at 12:00
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If you are invoking a method from a Custom button it should be a webService method.

Try this:

Apex Class:

global class SendSms {
        webService static void sendWSrvId(Id recId) {
            //logic
        }
    }

Button code:

{!REQUIRESCRIPT("/resource/1468830130000/ConnectionJsNoAgent")} 
{!REQUIRESCRIPT("/soap/ajax/29.0/apex.js")} 
var result = sforce.apex.execute("SendSms","sendWSrvId", "{recId: '{!CKSW_BASE__Service__c.Id}'}"); 
alert('result '); 
window.location.reload();
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  • I switched it to a webservice but its still not working. I copied your code as well in case i missed something but it didnt change anything.
    – user8310
    Jul 18, 2016 at 11:54

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