• Brian00001
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Does anyone have recommendations on how to connect data between salesforce.com and an external system by salesforce ID and account for record merges?
For example, the amount of space provided for attachments by salesforce.com is not sufficient for our needs especially since there is no option to set a user/profile/role quota.  As a result we're starting to develop a salesforce.com driven external document store (via an ASP.NET application run though an inline scontrol) based on the salesforce record id. 
Since the salesforce.com record id would be the primary key in the database - when our automated de-duplication process are run the "losing" or deleted record from the merge would also lose (technically orphan) all of it's associated documents since the history of this id is not recorded in the new record.
15 vs. 18 character ID limiations aside this integration is very easy to do withour worrying about merges but once merges factored in I'm stumped on how to move forward.
Anyone know how to stop this anoying message from popping up in Internet Explorer when running ASP.NET applications as inline scontrols?

Do I need to use a tool like SelfSSL to force ASP.NET to use https or is there a setting that I can change that will prevent this popup on my and my user's computers? 

Note ... I tried "Enable Mixed Content" but since the http site does not match the domain of the https site it doesn't seem to be working.
I have got .Net Framework 2.0 with my Visual Studio .Net 2005 package installed but the SForce Explorer installation keep inform me to install the Framework 1.1.  I would like to know is there any people facing the similiar problem.

Is there any way to get a custom S-Control to be displayed on the Home page layout?
  • January 17, 2007
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