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Salesforce - REST API and Queries With workbench

This article will help you to understand How to use Workbench environment in Salesforce for getting URL in REST API calls, REST Explorer panel of salesforce workbench, REST API call for fetching any data and Query understanding and pass queries with Salesforce REST API.

Workbench is a collection of tools for interacting with your Salesforce through the API. Workbench provides a friendly environment especially for Salesforce APIs, it’s the perfect way to go deeply go inside and test your API's before you’re finalized your actual code integration.

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Use your On-Premise active directory user to authenticate with your normal website in .net using Azure

It was interesting topic and challenge for us, as we have never done this kind of things previously. How can we access our local active directory user on internet, that was my first question when I read the requirement from one of my client.


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Call ASP.Net webpage asynchronously with get/post method type with parameters in callback method

The asynchronous method call is a mechanism in which control execution returns directly to the next statement without waiting for the method operation execution. Every asynchronous call is associated with a dedicated thread. IIS has a limited number of application thread pools (default 5000 per CPU). IIS can handle that number of concurrent request at a time. So if you have a situation where you expect a large number of concurrent requests in a single application, asynchronous method call will be a good practice. Where synchronous call executes by occupying 5000 threads, asynchronous can perform the same task with only 50 available threads.

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