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RSSBus ADO.NET Provider for Salesforce 4.0.5144

RSSBus ADO.NET Provider for Salesforce 4.0.5144
RSSBus ADO.NET Provider for Salesforce 4.0.5144 | 3 Mb


The RSSBus ADO.NET Provider for Salesforce gives developers the power to easily connect .NET applications to Salesforce.com data including Leads, Contacts, Opportunities, Accounts, and more! The Salesforce Data Provider makes these Salesforce services look like SQL tables in your applications. With the RSSBus ADO.NET Provider for Salesforce developers can simply DataBind to data, just like using SQL Server.

NEW: RSSBus ADO.NET Provider for Salesforce V4

The latest Salesforce ADO.NET Provider V4 includes powerful new features like support for SQL JOIN Queries, Aggregate Functions (AVG, SUM, COUNT, etc.), OAuth-based Authentication, SQL Server Reporting Services (SSRS), and more!


1-2-3 Easy Steps to Salesforce.com Integration

Connecting .NET applications to Salesforce.com has never been easier. The Salesforce Data Provider offers complete read-write access to Salesforce.com services, through an easy to use Data Provider interface that every .NET developer is familiar with.

Install RSSBus ADO.NET Provider for Salesforce
Connect & Select Data
Databind!

The Salesforce Data Provider effectively makes Salesforce.com look exactly like a database to your applications. If you want to integrate your applications with Salesforce.com and you have ever written Transact-SQL, then Salesforce Data Provider is definitely for you!

Powerful Salesforce.com Application Integration

DataBind to Salesforce.com using standard Visual Studio wizards.
Comprehensive support for CRUD (Create, Read, Update, and Delete) operations.
Integrate .NET applications with Salesforce Leads, Contacts, Opportunities, Accounts, and more!

Home:
https://www.rssbus.com/ado/salesforce/


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