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Vishwas Anand 7Vishwas Anand 7 

The REST API is not enabled for this Organization

Hello Guy,

I am using trial version of SalerForce. I am trying to call the Force Rest API but I am getting response like this:

    "message": "The REST API is not enabled for this Organization.",
    "errorCode": "API_DISABLED_FOR_ORG"

I got few soultions. It was saying that I need to check API enable check box in "Manage User -> User -> System Administraiton -> Administrative Permission" .But  I found it is checked. . 

I am still gettting same error . 
Please help me.

Thanks and Regards,
Himanshu ParasharHimanshu Parashar
which Salesforce edition you are using?
Daniel BallingerDaniel Ballinger
You mentioned that you are using a Trial version of Salesforce. If it is a Professional Edition Trial Org it won't have the API enabled by default.

See What Editions Have API Access? (https://help.salesforce.com/HTViewSolution?id=000005140&language=en_US).

With a Trail edition org you will want an Enterprise Edition org.
Demobot DemobotDemobot Demobot
Hi all, I am using trail version of developer edition When im trying to access "https://ap15.salesforce.com/services/data/v20.0/sobjects/Contact/" this perticular api the response im getting is as below:
        "message": "The REST API is not enabled for this Organization.",
        "errorCode": "API_DISABLED_FOR_ORG"
could u please help me solving this issue..
karthik patilkarthik patil
Hi all,I'm using trail version of developer edition when i'm trying to access
"https://ap15.salesforce.com/services/data/v39.0/sobjects/Case" same error as mentioned above (API_DISABLED_FOR_ORG) getting any one knows how to overcome?
Amol Ghatkar 4Amol Ghatkar 4

If you are using trial version then it will get this error. Sign Up for Developer Edition 

Sign up for a Developer Edition
Follow the instructions below to sign up for a developer edition org:
Go to developer.salesforce.com/signup.
Follow the prompts to sign up. Make sure you fill in:
Email: Use a real email address
Username: Use a unique username that is formed like an email address
Good usernames: rickroll@nevergonnagiveyouup.com, fake@fakeusername.com, notarealemail@imagination.com
Bad usernames: your production username for Salesforce or any username you already use to log in to Salesforce