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Salesforce Users Can Now Have Enterprise Strength Content Management with a new Integration to FileNet

When you think about it, the customer relationship lifecycle is filled with business content. Even before the customer buys anything, they are presented with proposals, pricing sheets, testimonials, and product specifications. After they buy, customers and businesses exchange invoices, claims,...

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Integrating with Salesforce using a REST API created in IBM Application Integration Suite 1.0

Published on March 18, 2016 / Updated on September 23, 2016 In this article, I describe how to expose CRUD operations on Salesforce objects using a newly defined REST API in IBM Integration Bus by using new capability delivered in IBM Application Integration Suite 1.0. This...

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Unleash the power of the ‘For each’ node in IBM App Connect

Published on September 1, 2017 / Updated on May 30, 2018 Getting bored with repeating the same tasks for different customers every day? Now you can automate them by using the ‘For each’ node in App Connect, which is available for both event-driven and API flows. In the...


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Download Salesforce attachment or document content by using App Connect on IBM Cloud

Published on August 23, 2018 / Updated on November 26, 2018 Using IBM App Connect on IBM Cloud, you can easily download the content of Salesforce attachments or content documents as part of your business flows. In this article, we explore how this feature works along with a use...


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Introducing support for Salesforce Commerce Cloud

Hemalatha Published on July 27, 2018 / Updated on November 26, 2018 We’ve added Salesforce Commerce Cloud Digital Data – a product line of Salesforce Commerce Cloud – to our growing list of applications in the App Connect catalog. Salesforce Commerce Cloud is an enterprise...

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