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JWT authentication in Salesforce can be achieved by creating a Connected App in Salesforce. Note that with this approach you will need to use the username(this is the map) of the community user and the private key and certificate I did a Trailhead Live Session that you might find helpful (Although it does not have details around communities). Some of the ...


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If you're still looking - enosix has an app specifically for integrating CPQ to SAP ERP for just this scenario - https://appexchange.salesforce.com/appxListingDetail?listingId=a0N3A00000FvIwdUAF. Disclaimer - I work for enosix.


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I recommend adding the below check RestRequest request = RestContext.request; Map requestHeaders = request.headers; if (requestHeaders.containsKey('Sfdc-Stack-Depth') && '1'.equals(requestHeaders.get('Sfdc-Stack-Depth'))){ System.debug('Do not calllout as it will cause a callout loop error'); } As described here, The SFDC_STACK_DEPTH header is ...


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GroupConnect only supports LINE and Facebook Messenger at this time, however, Direct Messenger is a third-party Custom Activity that enables you to send WhatsApp messages to Contacts in a Journey.


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As of now, I fear there are no out-of-the-box functionalities to accomplish this task. Perhaps your team can take advantage of the Journey Builder custom activities. Yet this requires a solid background in development. Build Custom Activities and Events https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.noversion.mc-app-development.meta/mc-app-development/...


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It is not possible within the standard features of Marketing Cloud. There might be 3rd party solutions allowing you to do so, but I don't have adequate knowledge of these to recommend one over the other. You should also observe the limits WhatsApp has on the number of messages you can send during a 24 hour period.


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The callback URL is the URL that should receive the access/refresh tokens. This will be wherever you deployed your code to, for example https://www.example.com/oauth2/callback. Since you're in control of your own website, the URL is whatever you want it to be.


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The API Request Limits documentation goes into a bit more detail Limits and allocations are enforced against the aggregate of all API calls made to the org in a 24-hour period. Limits and allocations are not on a per-user basis. Example API Usage Metering Calculations The following examples illustrate API usage metering calculations for several scenarios. ...


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The API call limit is an org-wide limit. It scales with your user license count, but is not applied on a per-user basis. Now the question is there a limit to the number of api calls that a user can make in 24 hours No, the API call limit is a bucket for all users.


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You have to pass Salesforce Security Token along with the password. Try it and let me know if you still face the issue.


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It is best practice to limit access to only the entities required to do the tasks at hand. Hubspot provides a permission set which can be created/deployed in your org and applied to a dedicated integration user account, which has been configured for no access to any org functionality beyond the bare minimum. At that point you grant access using the ...


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There's several ways to do this. The easiest way to do this is to use a Salesforce-compatible ESB (Enterprise Service Bus) such as Neuron ESB (note: this is not a product recommendation, it just happens to be the only one I've seen that I know is compatible; do your own research). Using the ESB, you can set up an endpoint the developers can use to request ...


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Per their FAQ: Does NSOPW offer a web service or an application programming interface (API) so searches can be done programmatically? No. The browser interface is the only way to search for sex offenders on NSOPW. In theory, you could write some code to post the form and then parsing the resulting HTML, but it's a very manual process and may break if they ...


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Number is an integer between -2,147,483,648 and 2,147,483,648 and cannot store decimal values. You must use the Decimal data type for this. When creating a decimal field using Fields.Add in SSJS, you do need to specify the the precision (the number of digits to the left of the decimal) and the scale (the number to the right of the decimal) like this: de....


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Instead of doing it from Apex, I have written an Aura Component that can do it directly from the browser: https://github.com/banderson5144/sfs3upload/tree/master/force-app/main/default


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Figured out. The IP ranges on the profile assigned to the User has this range 0.0.0.0 to 255.255.255.255 As a result, the User record did not have the option to 'Reset Security Token' Deleted the entry for this range, and was able to see the 'Reset Security Token'


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