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Spring MVC and Force.com template application

This is a template for a web application that uses Spring MVC and Force.com. The sample code is a simple CRUD page that manipulates records for a single model object.

Running the application locally

Setup OAuth Remote Access in Salesforce.com

1. Go to Salesforce.com's Setup page
2. Go to Develop -> Remote Access
3. Add a new Remote Access config with a URL of: `http://localhost:8080/_auth`

Add environment variables for authenticating to Salesforce.com (replace the values with the ones from the Remote Access definition on Salesforce.com):

  • On Linux/Mac:

    $ export OAUTH_CLIENT_KEY=3MVM3_GuVCQ3gmEE5al72RmBfiAWhBX5O2wYc9zTZ8ytj1E3NF7grV_G99OxTyEcY71Tc46TOvzK_rzoyYYPk
    $ export OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET=1319558946720906100
    
  • On Windows:

    $ set OAUTH_CLIENT_KEY=3MVM3_GuVCQ3gmEE5al72RmBfiAWhBX5O2wYc9zTZ8ytj1E3NF7grV_G99OxTyEcY71Tc46TOvzK_rzoyYYPk
    $ set OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET=1319558946720906100
    

Build with:

$ mvn clean install

Then run it with:

$ java -jar target/dependency/webapp-runner.jar target/*.war

Running on Heroku

Clone this project locally:

$ git clone git://github.com/jamesward/hello-java-spring-force_dot_com.git

Create a new app on Heroku (make sure you have the Heroku Toolbelt installed):

$ heroku login
$ heroku create -s cedar

Setup OAuth Remote Access in Salesforce.com

1. Go to Salesforce.com's Setup page
2. Go to Develop -> Remote Access
3. Add a new Remote Access config with a URL of: `https://your-app-1234.herokuapp.com/_auth`

Add config params for authenticating to Salesforce.com (replace the values with the ones from the Remote Access definition on Salesforce.com):

$ heroku config:add OAUTH_CLIENT_KEY=3MVM3_GuVCQ3gmEE5al72RmBfiAWhBX5O2wYc9zTZ8ytj1E3NF7grV_G99OxTyEcY71Tc46TOvzK_rzoyYYPk OAUTH_CLIENT_SECRET=1319558946720906100

Upload the app to Heroku:

$ git push heroku master

Open the app in your browser:

$ heroku open
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