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Hi all!

We use the app Invoice for Salesforce to do the "receivable" part of our accounting, and we do the rest (payables, bank conciliation, financial results, etc.) on Sage 50. We are now looking to integrate all in Salesforce.

What app would you suggest that can handle:
- Billing 
- Doing checks for payables
- Bank conciliation
- Doing all the accouting 
- One SF org for multiple financial entitites (we manage 6-7 clients with their own accounting in the same SF, but in their own Sage 50 entity)

The suggested solution doesn't have to be with Sage 50.

What are you suggesting?

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public with sharing class accsearchcontroller
    public accsearchcontroller(ApexPages.StandardController controller) {     }   
  public String l { get; set; }
public list <quote> acc {get;set;}
public string searchstring {get;set;}
public String quoteid{get; set;}
public Boolean search{get; set;}
public Boolean result{get; set;}
public accsearchcontroller( )
  { }
public void search()
{ string searchquery='select QuoteNumber,Name,Email,Opportunity.Name,SAP_Reference_Number__c  from quote where SAP_Reference_Number__c like \'%'+searchstring+'%\' OR SAP_Reference_Number__c like \'*'+searchstring+'*\'  Limit 20'; acc= Database.query(searchquery);
public void clear()
public PageReference processLinkClick()
  search = false;    
    result = false;     
    //Pagereference p1 = new PageReference('https://ap7.salesforce.com/'+quoteid);     
  Pagereference p1 = new PageReference('https://swainswain-dev-ed.my.salesforce.com/'+quoteid);     
     return p1;    
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I'm currently using 'scraping' to extract report data from an exported CSV file. Currently this requires having the users username and password. 


I'd prefer to use OAuth. However, after coding together an OAuth solution I'm getting a login prompt whenever I attempt to access the CSV export link - does anyone know if this is possible with OAuth? Or is it something I can only do with a standard user/pass login? 

  • February 09, 2011
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I have a question concerning Salesforce and developing an LMS application through the Force.com API. I've seen a lot of instructions and tutorials on how to utilize Visualforce to create pages, applications as well as a way to extract the data within Salesforce and configure it with my own C# code through a console application or some kind of third-party application. But what I haven't seen is something where I can create C# functions and code and import it somehow into Salesforce so any application I develop can utilize the functions I create. Are there any good guidelines or resources towards trying to accomplish something like this?


I don't know if what I'm trying to do is clear, so I'll just be frank about what I'm looking for. I'm worried about the security of developing an LMS system purely with Javascript functions in addition to Visualforce, because some user could potentially rip the .js functions out of the application without needing the proper access or paying for it. Therefore, I'd feel more secure developing my LMS through a language I'm more comfortable with (C#) as opposed to a language I've rarely used (Javascript). However, I can't see anything concerning extracting the data in Salesforce and then using some C# code to display any pertinent information (such as a course) and then kicking the information back up to the Salesforce.com application. Or as an alternative, some type of way to import C# code into a Static Resource (I know you can import Javascript code through this, but no clue about C# at all) and then call the functionality within the Apex code. Those are the two approaches I've thought of but can't find any documentation showing if they would successfully work or not. If there's a third workaround I haven't thought of, please feel free to chime in.


Hope that's clear enough and thanks for your time. Any help would definitely be appreciated.


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Does anyone have a reccomendation for a Business Plan App?


Currently our sales reps are creating yearly business plans in word and excel. I would liketo get them embedded into salesforce.com. We currently utilize account plans and account strategies (from the app exchange) I would like a yearly plan that tied it all together, linked to a particular user and included text fields for written goals and focuses.


I have not found anything that meets this need as of yet, but wanted to see if anyone had any suggestions. Thanks.



  • August 18, 2010
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I am a salesforce consultant that is considering the MacBook Pro instead of another PC.  Can anyone on this board enlighten me on why I should or should not do this? I hear so many great things about the Macbook and I have kicked the tires in the Apple Store.  I'm just curious what your thoughts are?