Why is the download not referenced in the technical library ?
Is the VB Office Toolkit no longer supported ?
Where is the download for it ?
The documentation at:
fails to point to the relevant download link.
Can anyone speak to the differences between the two ?
Dos the newer Reports For Excel expose the library of functions to permit automation via VBA ?
Or is it best to use the Toolkit for that ?
Also, does one really need to have Sharepoint 2007 installed in order to run the Toolkit ?
That does not appear to be a requirement for the SF Reports For Excel addin.
I went to the above, and when I clicked on it, I landed on a page that had the download link and the above link.
However, when I attempted to go to the wiki link for the discussion http://bit.ly/NLpHRP
which had this text:
I landed on a dreamforce page....and could not log into it.
Now I'm working with SOAP in VB6 and I have some trouble.
What I need is to send SOAP to web server and save the result into a XML file.
Here is HttpRequest sample scraped from the site.
POST /Conllect/ExportSvc_JRJC.asmx HTTP/1.1
Content-Type: text/xml; charset=utf-8
For more detailed information, please see the URL.
Please use some information;
I installed SOAP Toolkit3.0 and added Microsoft SOAP3.0 Library in VB reference dialog.
After googling, I wrote some code as below and there is no error.
Private Sub Command1_Click()
Dim strg As String
Set client = CreateObject("MSSOAP.SoapClient30")
My trouble is that what I have to do after that!
I'm good at VB but don't know anything about Web Service.
I hope your quick help.
I use the Excel Connector on a daily basis and was wondering if anyone had any tips or experiences building their own advanced functions
Specifically I would like to include a resetpassword function so I could easily add users through the connector without having to go back into the interface and create a view to send them a password validation email.
Looking at the reset password function here
You would think you could incorporate this into the excel connector.
To build your own it references knowing the sflookup_w function
Build your own
If you want to build more of these yourself, you'll probably want to look at how each of these calls sflookup_w and the values which you can pass to the salesforce.search function.
Anyone else have experience doing this?