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I am new to the SalesForce and trying to execute the below from the workbench the same I want to execute from the Mozilla REST client. What URL I should be using?

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So What should I be used here ?

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As per guidance from Dan, I am getting the required output:

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    Just add https://<instance>.salesforce.com before /services/.... – Adrian Larson Apr 21 '17 at 13:58
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I believe from an outside system you will need to first get an auth token and then use that to call the service you are using. So below I have listed the steps you would need to use to get what you see.

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From the Connected App get he Consumer Key and Consumer Secret

User the following format to get your auth token in POST request (User test or login based on sandbox or developer/production org:

https://"Login or test".salesforce.com/services/oauth2/token?client_id="Consumer-Key"&client_secret="Consumer-Secret"&username="UserName"&password="Password-SecurityToken"&grant_type=password

Get access_token from below response

{
      "access_token": "AccessTokenHere",
      "instance_url": "URL",
      "id": "Id",
      "token_type": "Type",
      "issued_at": "Issued",
      "signature": "Signature"
    }

Send GET request with new access token as header in following format: Authorization: Bearer access-token

I hope this helps.

  • You're right. It make sense what you're saying. Without getting access_token, I am getting "message": "Session expired or invalid", "errorCode": "INVALID_SESSION_ID". I will try to get the access_token and will let you know if it works.. – user4567570 Apr 21 '17 at 17:17
  • I created separate issue. Could you please guide :: salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/171066/… ? – user4567570 Apr 21 '17 at 17:43

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