Salesforce Marketing Cloud Java SDK
The Salesforce Marketing Cloud Java SDK enables developers to easily access the Salesforce Marketing Cloud (formerly ExactTarget) via the Java platform. Among other things, the SDK:
automatically acquires and refreshes Marketing Cloud access tokens
enables developers to access both Marketing Cloud SOAP and REST APIs in the same session
exposes simplified versions of the most commonly used Marketing Cloud objects and methods as Java native objects
provides passthroughs so developers can access the full REST and SOAP APIs directly when they need to go beyond the simplified interfaces
adds "sugar" methods for the most commonly used Marketing Cloud features that make it easy to use those features (e.g., the SDK provides a SQL-like interface to data extensions)
For more information about the Java SDK and how to use it, please see the Javadocs at http://salesforce-marketingcloud.github.io/FuelSDK-Java/.
New Features in Version 1.3.2
- Added support for your tenant’s endpoints - More Details
- REST, Auth endpoints are configurable. If not specified in the fuelsdk.properties file, they are defaulted to "https://www.exacttargetapis.com" for REST and "https://auth.exacttargetapis.com" for Auth.
- SOAP endpoint is also configurable. If not specified in the fuelsdk.properties file, it is defaulted to "https://webservice.exacttarget.com/service.asmx"
- Removed the legacyToken query string parameter support.
The easiest way to install the Java SDK is via Maven—simply add the following dependency to your project's
<dependency> <groupId>com.github.salesforce-marketingcloud</groupId> <artifactId>fuelsdk</artifactId> <version>1.3.2</version> </dependency>
Maven will automatically resolve, download, and install all dependencies for you.
You can also download a jar file from the Releases page or clone the repository and build a jar file yourself in the standard way. If you go this route, you'll need to ensure you have manually downloaded and installed all dependencies (Apache CXF, Apache Commons BeanUtils, Apache log4j 1.x, and Google Gson) to your class path.
Once you have the SDK installed, you'll need to obtain a client ID and client secret from App Center and place them in
src/main/resources/fuelsdk.properties.template as a starting template. Theses values authenticate you to the Saleforce Marketing Cloud API.