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Calling a Visual force page



We have a home grown application and would like to integrate with it. As part of level 1 integration we have completed SSO and now we are looking at second level integration. Here is my problem, I would like to call visual force page url like '' within our homegrown application.


Please let me know how this can be done


One option is two invoke SSO and then do a server side redirect, this is not an ideal experience as it may take some time to establish SSO and change the context from home page to respective account context.


Thanks in advance


Yes it is possible. Use oauth protocol concept in place of SSO. It is easier and much faster.

Naishadh, thanks for your note, I took a look at Oauth protocol and not sure if it could resolve my problem. My business case is detailed below


Business case: I have a native application and a user queries for a client 'Sam'. On clicking SAM , I show a page that displays SAM's personal information and has tabs like Holdings/ Client Relationship / Reports etc. When user click on Client Relationship I should call the URL '' .


Based on the document, if we implement Oauth, it appears that user may encounter the Authorization page each and every time the user logs out of my native application and logs in back to my native application and clicks on Client Relationship tab.  


Thanks in advance, if you think this is definitely achievable in Oauth, pls mention the high level steps and expected behavior