Why You Need Salesforce and Epicor Integration Salesforce and Epicor are two of the most talked about giants in their respective software corners, providing CRM and ERP solutions for businesses of all sizes and industries. As certified partners of both vendors, we have extensive experience with each system and often come across clients running both …
Power Tips: Salesforce
In the course of configuring, developing and integrating Salesforce, we’ve come up with some cool workarounds and time-savers. We know they’re cool because of how badly we were stuck before we figured it out ourselves. Share these with your fellow Salesforce developers and analysts!
Salesforce lets you do almost anything without having to resort to workarounds, but occasionally you run in to an issue that just can’t be solved without digging a little deeper. One of the features that is more difficult to manage from the admin perspective is the lookup field. While most are easily Googled, the inability to define a default value for your lookup field is not as easy to solve. I’ve come up with something that should help.
Are you trying to FTP a file but require a bit more functionality than the standard method offers? Having an especially difficult time finding that solution in the .NET 2.0 framework? Recently, we worked with a client who needed to FTP files and then change permissions on the file. However, they were using .NET framework 2.0. The usual way to do this would be to use FTPWebRequest, but it doesn’t support the CHMOD command, so we had to find another way.