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I'm trying to call and test CURL function for REST

  curl -H "Authorization: Bearer sessionId" "https://ap1.salesforce.com/services/apexrest/Account/0019000000xxxxH"

I tried curling with no session ID :)

 [{"message":"Session expired or invalid","errorCode":"INVALID_SESSION_ID"}]

So Curl is properly installed in windows. Where do I get the Session ID?

Thanks.

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  • Login to salesforce organization

  • Open developer console > execute anonymous

  • Type following line. This gives current logged in user's session ID.:

    SYSTEM.DEBUG('Session Id : ' +Userinfo.getSessionId());

Above is the non-dynamic way to get session id. As you are just testing with cURL so this way will save your time. But i will recommend to read REST API to authenticate and get session Id a.k.a access token dynamically.

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    This may have worked when it was answered but it no longer works. The debug session says: USER_DEBUG [1]|DEBUG|Session Id : SESSION_ID_REMOVED – jimboweb Jul 25 '17 at 20:14
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I tried Ashwani's trick. It looks like security removes session id's from logs now. Here's a quick workaround.

SYSTEM.DEBUG('Session Id : ' +Userinfo.getSessionId().reverse())

Then you can just grab it from the log and reverse it again.

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