davispeixoto / Laravel-4-Salesforce by davispeixoto

Laravel 4 Salesforce Force.com PHP Toolkit port
Package Data
Maintainer Username: davispeixoto
Maintainer Contact: davis.peixoto@gmail.com (Davis Peixoto)
Package Create Date: 2014-03-03
Package Last Update: 2016-10-10
Language: PHP
License: MIT
Last Refreshed: 2024-05-15 03:03:08
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Total Downloads: 31,312
Monthly Downloads: 145
Daily Downloads: 7
Total Stars: 13
Total Watchers: 4
Total Forks: 16
Total Open Issues: 0

Laravel 4 Salesforce

This Laravel 4 package provides an interface for using Salesforce CRM through its SOAP API.

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Major update notice (3.*)

I have recently changed this package structure for addressing this issue. This change will require the alias declaration into app/config/app.php once the package initialization is now deferred. Please verify aliases before upgrading existing implementations to use this version


Begin by installing this package through Composer. Edit your project's composer.json file to require davispeixoto/laravel-salesforce.

    "require": {
        "laravel/framework": "4.*",
        "davispeixoto/laravel-salesforce": "3.0.*"

Next, update Composer from the Terminal:

    composer update

Once this operation completes, still in Terminal run:

	php artisan config:publish davispeixoto/laravel-salesforce


Update the settings in the generated app/config/packages/davispeixoto/laravel-salesforce configuration file with your salesforce credentials.

Ensure you put your WSDL file into a proper place and make it readable by your Laravel Application.

IMPORTANT: the PHP Force.com Toolkit for PHP only works with Enterprise WSDL

Finally add the service provider. Open app/config/app.php, and add a new item to the providers and aliases arrays.

    'providers' => array(
        // other Laravel service providers ...
    'aliases' => array(
        // other Laravel aliases
        'Salesforce' => 'Davispeixoto\LaravelSalesforce\Facades\Salesforce'

That's it! You're all set to go. Just use:

    Route::get('/test', function() {
        try {
            echo print_r(Salesforce::describeLayout('Account'));
        } catch (Exception $e) {
            die($e->getMessage() . $e->getTraceAsString());

More Information

Check out the SOAP API Salesforce Documentation


This Salesforce Force.com Toolkit for PHP port is open-sourced software licensed under the MIT license


This project follows the Semantic Versioning


An amazing "Thank you, guys!" for Jetbrains folks, who kindly empower this project with a free open-source license for PhpStorm which can bring a whole new level of joy for coding.