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Okey so I have an ASP.NET app which I've put in the web tabs in Salesforce in classic view everything is fine the service url works. However, when I open the tab in the lightning experience the url in the browser is different but in the app I still get the one from classic view. Can anyone tell how to get the classic view url when in classic view and the lightning view url when in lightning experience.

  • Is your ASP.NET application hosted in Salesforce as a Canvas App or an older iframed composite web app tab? E.g. Is your app getting the Session ID and Server URL in the querystring. – Daniel Ballinger Mar 2 '17 at 18:45
  • It is hosted as a web app i think i get session Id and server URL in he querystring – Givko Mar 3 '17 at 20:22
  • Can you update your question with example URLs that you are expected? I'd expect the URL passed off to the app to be consistent. – Daniel Ballinger Mar 7 '17 at 22:28
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I found a solution to my problem. The solution is that salesforce have an exact pattern to which they form lightning URLs which is the following https://[instance].lightning.force.com/ so what i came up with is that I get the instance from the classing url I have and replace is the template and everything worked out fine.

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