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A python API for accessing RESTful resources on the force.com platform.

Project description

Usage

Rest Force offers a python API for easily working with RESTful resources exposed by the force.com platform. Typical usage often looks like this:

#!/usr/bin/python

from restforce.login import SalesforceAuthenticationFailedException
from restforce.rest import Resources, RestInvocationException

try:
    r = Resources()
    print r.post('hello', '{ "postData" : "world"}')
    print r.get('hello/1')
    print r.delete('hello/1')
except SalesforceAuthenticationFailedException as e:
    print e
except RestInvocationException as e:
    print e

Salesforce REST Example

Creating a REST resource on the force.com platform is easy. Here’s an example::

@RestResource(urlMapping='/hello/*')
global class HelloResource {

    @HttpGet
    global static String doGet()
    {
        return 'Hello, world!';
    }

    @HttpDelete
    global static String doDelete()
    {
        return 'Good bye, cruel world!';
    }

}

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