Salesforce REST APIs Integration through Workbench & Postman, Learn end-to-end how to use Workbench and Postman to build REST APIs in Salesforce.
What you”ll learn:
- Salesforce Rest API Using Workbench
- Salesforce Rest API Using Postman
- Create GET, POST, PUT, DELETE Requests
- Understand GET vs POST Request Method
- Postman Salesforce Authentication
- Workbench Salesforce Authentication
- Students will learn to use Postman and Workbench Rest API in Salesforce
REST API is a web service that allows external applications to interact with Salesforce and perform various operations on its data and services.
In this course we are going to learn all about the Complete Integration Testing through Workbench and Postman in Salesforce.
This course suitable for that developers, who have experience with Salesforce Administrator, Aura Component, LWC and want to learn Rest API Integration through Workbench & Postman, how to send request to Post, Put, Patch, Get and Delete Record through Postman and Workbench on Salesforce Platform.
Here are some key points about the REST API in Salesforce::
HTTP Methods: REST APIs use standard HTTP methods like GET, POST, PUT, PATCH, and DELETE to perform operations on resources. For example, you can use GET request to retrieve data, POST request to create new records, PUT request to update records, and ‘DELETE request to remove records.
Data Formats: REST APIs in Salesforce typically support various data formats, such as JSON and XML, for exchanging data between the client and Salesforce.
Authentication and Authorization: To access the REST API, external applications first need to authenticate. Salesforce supports various authentication methods, including OAuth 2.0, to ensure that only authorized users or applications can access the API.
Customization: Salesforce allows you to customize the REST API by defining custom REST endpoints that can perform specific actions or retrieve sets of data.
Integration: REST APIs are commonly used for integrating Salesforce with other systems, such as external websites, mobile applications, or third-party services.
Bulk Operations: The REST API also supports bulk operations, allowing you to perform actions on multiple records in a single request, which can be particularly useful for data manipulation tasks.
What will be you able to do after taking this course?
I have created two sections to complete the syllabus to testing REST APIs through Workbench and Postman in Salesforce.
REST APIs Integration Testing in Workbench::
- Salesforce Rest API Integration basic Structure & Configuration.
- How to Insert an Opportunity Record Using httpPost through Workbench?
- How to Fetch of Opportunity Record based on Record Id Using httpGet through Workbench in Salesforce?
- How to Use httpPut to update a record through Workbench in Salesforce?
- How to use httpPatch to Update record through Workbench in Salesforce?
- How to use httpDelete to Delete record through Workbench in Salesforce?
REST APIs Integration Testing in Postman::
- How to test Rest API through Postman and create Connected App in Salesforce?
- How to Authenticate Postman using Connected App with OAuth 2.0 and Security Token in salesforce?
- How to run Apex REST API to Get record using Get Request through Postman in Salesforce?
- How to Insert an Account Record using Post Request through Postman in Salesforce?
- How to Update an Account Record based on Record Id using Patch Request through Postman in Salesforce?
- How to Delete an Account Record based on Record Id using Delete Request through Postman in Salesforce?