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A Salesforce ID is the primary key field for any object. It is a primitive type in Salesforce. Salesforce Ids come in 15-character and 18-character "case safe" varieties, which are treated as equivalent by all APIs.

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I want to get user name from SF over REST API. Is it possible to do with only one step when I have access token. As I saw from documentation and samples I have first to call something like this h …
asked Jun 5 '13 by Rastko
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I am using DotNetOpenAuth libraries to implement OAuth 2.0 client side to communicate with SalesForce authorization server. I have finished first two steps of OAuth 2.0 communication that ends with ob …
asked Jun 4 '13 by Rastko
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DotNetOpenAuth does not enable you to gather extra data after the final OAuth 2.0 response from authorization server. You need to make extra call over SOAP or REST API to get that data. I changed thi …
answered Dec 23 '13 by Rastko