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I currently have an iFrame which is loaded into SF using syntax similar to below.

<apex:component>
<apex:iframe src="SomeURL"
 scrolling="true"
 height="600"
 width="1000"/>
</apex:component>

The iFrame contains a self hosted web app which does have some data taken from salesforce. I do have access to some data points for things like the "Contact" [ID,NAME,ETC] etc with in my iFrame.

Is it possible to open a "New Opportunity" for an existing client from within the iFrame?

What are my options for creating a new opportunity by pressing a button in the iFrame. Could it even be to simply open a new window (if possible) using some generic URL plus the company ID field data like the below example for opening a contact.

https://eu9.lightning.force.com/one/one.app#/sObject/<%= company.id %>/view
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You can use the apex:canvasApp component to pass a session Id to your hosted website. From there, you can call the REST or SOAP API, direct the user to a Salesforce page, and so on. The specifics will depend on the technology you're using in your canvas app. For more details, read about the Canvas Framework.

  • I don't want to put SF in an iFrame, I have a self made web app which is already embeded in an iFrame already in SF and I to have a button in my iFrame to create a "new opportunity" in SF when you click it. – Fasani Mar 15 '18 at 20:44
  • @Fasani Edited to reflect my newer understanding of your question. – sfdcfox Mar 15 '18 at 20:52

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