In the past I've complained about the Salesforce SOAP API for reading/writing your CRM databases. Last year Salesforce added a new API, one founded on RESTful principals, for developers to work with. I wish it was implemented as an OData service, but I guess the Salesforce guys are stuck behind the times.
Salesforce. Learn more about how to use URL parameters to identify where your ad traffic is coming from and understand the effectiveness of your Facebook ads. setCurrentPageReference(pageRef); pageRef. So, as you can see, Salesforce does pass in a lot of important information into URLs.
The Professional edition doesn't have REST API by default, but it can be added on demand. Check to see that your edition has REST API available and enabled as follows: Sign in to your Salesforce account and go to the Setup page. Under Manage Users, go to the User Profiles page. Create a new profile by clicking New.
Salesforce. Learn more about how to use URL parameters to identify where your ad traffic is coming from and understand the effectiveness of your Facebook ads. setCurrentPageReference(pageRef); pageRef. So, as you can see, Salesforce does pass in a lot of important information into URLs.