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SOAP API provides a powerful, convenient, and simple SOAP-based Web services interface for interacting with Salesforce.You can use SOAP API to create, retrieve, update, or delete records. You can also use SOAP API to perform searches and much more. Use SOAP API in any language that supports Web services.

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I'm concerning about logout SOAP call. What's the purpose of making this call? I believe, any call to API is counted towards the API call limit, so this call just closes the session (session will be c …
asked Mar 23 '16 by Mike Raven
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I'm using SOAP API to read some info from my org. The call flow is typical and work well for my other orgs: login (using old style username/password), set session id and server url then call describe. …
asked Jun 5 '17 by Mike Raven
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I'm trying to find a way how to upload content document and link it to Salesforce object (say, an opportunity) programmatically (using SOAP API). That's what I tried: Insert new ContentVersion with …
asked Feb 27 '17 by Mike Raven
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Is there a way to switch WCF client endpoint address after login call? I don't use app.config file: var binding = new BasicHttpBinding(BasicHttpSecurityMode.Transport); var endpoint = new EndpointAd …
asked Mar 26 '16 by Mike Raven