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I want connect the Salesforce, but i don't know how work, and where can find the DLL??
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The DLL is available on Salesforce AppExchange. Make sure you get the correct version - 32 or 64 bit - for your environment.
Basically you drop the DLL into the QlikView root folder (where qv.exe is). Then it appears as a custom data source in "Edit Script" (ctrl-E).
Once you're connected you retrieve the data with a standard SQL SELECT statement. If you download the sample Salesforce QVW it will give you some good examples.
Hope this helps.
I took the DLL, put into the root folder, but when reload the file, had some error : Custom Connection Fail
On the script have the connection line like as:
CUSTOMCONNECT TO "Provider=SalesForceDLL.dll;UserId=$(SF_Username);Password=$(SF_Password);";
and i put the user and password in my application
Maybe my DLL or Application is old, because i dont find DLL on the Salesforce AppExchange.
Even if your DLL is "old" it should still work. I have only ever seen one version of the Salesforce DLL anyway.
Did you know that you need to append a Salesforce security token to your password? Also, you need to be using an edition of Salesforce that supports the API.
Try typing your username, password+token in the custom connection dialog and clicking on the "test connection" button. That will tell you whether the DLL is working or not.
I didn't know....where can i take my token?
Do you have some documents about that?i dont find any tips in the community or salesforce web....
When i log on to Salesforce.com and i goto the app.exchange i am not able to get the dll, Will some one please assist me. thanks in advance
the DLL should be downloaded from the Qlikview downloads site
Thanks a lot for the reply, but it is a bit late, i have already sorted this out. Please look at the dates of my previous posts.
where did you find the salesforcedll.dll? I can't find one anywhere!!!