Prepare for Legacy API Retirement in Summer ’22
In Summer ’22 (June), Salesforce will retire legacy SOAP, REST, and Bulk APIs ranging from versions 7.0 through 20.0. As a consequence, these legacy APIs, and the custom integrations that rely on, them will cease to function after the release.
In this post, we’ll present Salesforce’s plan for legacy API retirement. We’ll provide resources, such as a utility script and instructions, to help you identify whether or not you are impacted. You’ll get tips on how to upgrade integrations that use legacy APIs and guidance on how to plan for the future.
TrailblazerDX ’22 for Developers
For the first time in a long time, the whole community is coming back together at TrailblazerDX ‘22! For two exciting days, admins, developers, architects, partners, entrepreneurs, and students will immerse themselves in a world-class learning experience. And for the first time ever, we’re bringing together developer communities across Salesforce, Slack, MuleSoft, and Tableau.
Heroku Data in Salesforce Functions
Today, we’re happy to tell you that we’ve added a new feature that enables stateful function invocation using Heroku Data products. It’s a simple feature that lets your functions securely access Heroku Data products, including Heroku Postgres, Heroku Kafka, and Heroku Redis directly from your function.
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