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| Posted: Feb 28, 2015 | Ends: 1d, 5h |
In my job, I often have to write a contract and it involves copying some data elements from salesforce.com, among other things. I would like to demonstrate a script or small app that takes certain information from a particular opportunity in salesforce.com and creates a contract that I can then manually finalise. In the first step of the project, it's enough to focus on the second step, i.e. taking the metadata that came from salesforce and sticking it into a HTML document. The result should look similarly formatted to the word document that I have here. You will get "extra points" if you can apply the formatting via XLST rather than hard-coding it. To prove the concept, let's say the metadata is: Customer Name ("ABC Technologies") Opportunity Number ("00001234") Customer Contact Name ("John Smith") Customer E-Mail (" [obscured] ") No of man-days ("12") Todays's date ("28/2/2015") This metadata will probably res...
Category: Web Programming