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crystalforce

Crystalforce is a crystal shards for the Salesforce REST api.

Installation

Add this to your application's shard.yml:

dependencies:
  crystalforce:
    github: msky026/crystalforce

Usage

require "crystalforce"

Initialization

Username/Password authentication

client = Crystalforce.new({
  :username       => "foo",
  :password       => "bar",
  :security_token => "security_token",
  :client_id      => "client_id",
  :client_secret  => "client_secret"
})

Sandbox Orgs

You can connect to sandbox orgs by specifying a host. The default host is 'login.salesforce.com':

client = Crystalforce.new({:host => 'test.salesforce.com'})

API versions

By default, the shard defaults to using version 34.0 of the Salesforce API. Some more recent API endpoints will not be available without moving to a more recent version - if you're trying to use a method that is unavailable with your API version, Restforce will raise an APIVersionError.

You can change the api_version setting from the default either on a per-client basis:

client = Crystalforce.new({api_version: "36.0" # ...})

query

accounts = client.query("select Id, Something__c from Account where Id = 'someid'")

query_all

accounts = client.query_all("select Id, Something__c from Account where isDeleted = true")

query_all allows you to include results from your query that Salesforce hides in the default "query" method. These include soft-deleted records and archived records (e.g. Task and Event records which are usually archived automatically after they are a year old).

Only available in version 29.0 and later of the Salesforce API.

create

# Add a new account
client.create("Account", {:Name => "Foobar Inc.""})
# => '0016000000MRatd'

update

# Update the Account with `Id` '0016000000MRatd'
client.update("Account", "0016000000MRatd", {:Name => "Whizbang Corp"})
# => true

upsert

# Update the record with external `External__c` external ID set to '12'
client.upsert("Account", "External__c", "External__c" => 12, "Name" => "Foobar")
# => response.body["id"] or true

destroy

# Delete the Account with `Id` '0016000000MRatd'
client.destroy("Account", "0016000000MRatd")
# => true

notice

If you are using TLS 1.0 or earlier version of the library, update the ssl library to the latest one and use the following option.

crystal run --link-flags "-L/path/to/openssl/lib/" <file>

Contributing

  1. Fork it ( https://github.com/msky026/crystalforce/fork )
  2. Create your feature branch (git checkout -b my-new-feature)
  3. Commit your changes (git commit -am 'Add some feature')
  4. Push to the branch (git push origin my-new-feature)
  5. Create a new Pull Request

Contributors

  • msky - creator, maintainer