ADO.NET provider for Salesforce
ADO.NET provider for Salesforce
Written by Sue Gee   
Thursday, 31 March 2011

The latest ADO.NET Data Provider from RSSBus allows developers to connect .NET applications to Salesforce.com data using nothing but their knowledge of ADO.NET.

The Salesforce Data Provider makes Salesforce services including Leads, Contacts, Opportunities and Accounts look like SQL tables in the application so that ADO.NET developers can simply DataBind to data, just like using SQL Server.

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It features:

  • SMART CACHING - Based on a lightweight, connectivity layer coupled with 'smart' caching technology providing a data access layer for applications, both on and offline.
  • API LEVELING - Provides a consistent coding environment via the ADO.NET interface.
  • SECURE CONNECTIVITY -  TLS/ SSL data encryption for all client-server communications.
  • FULLY-MANAGED .NET - a 100% fully-managed ADO.NET Data provider written in C#.

The Salesforce Data Provider is the latest addition in a range of ADO.NET connectors from RSSBus, a division of /n software.

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Eric Madariaga, /n software's Director of Marketing said:

"Organizations are moving to Cloud Services and Platform as a Service (PaaS) solutions as they attempt to reduce costs, increase agility, and outsource IT infrastructure. This has created a variety of integration challenges as developers need effective ways to connect to and surface critical business data. With our new range of Data Providers for Google, QuickBooks, Salesforce.com and SharePoint, developers can harness the power of the cloud with the innovation of in-house bespoke business tools to create killer apps and services to provide businesses with a commercial edge."

You can download a 30-day trial of fully functioning versions of Data Providers for Google, QuickBooks, Salesforce.com and SharePoint here.

 

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