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Tom BrownTom Brown 

What is this error: Value cannot be null. Parameter name: uriString

SalesForce_Allies Error:

An error has ocurred during the SalesForce_Allies Application tbrown@houston.org
Error Message: Value cannot be null. Parameter name: uriString
Stack Trace: at System.Uri..ctor(String uriString) at System.Web.Services.Protocols.WebClientProtocol.set_Url(String value) at SalesForce_Allies.sforce.SforceService.set_Url(String value) in C:\Users\tbrown\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\Base Solution\SalesForce_Allies\SalesForce_Allies\Web References\sforce\Reference.cs:line 249 at SalesForce_Allies.Default.getSalesForseData() in C:\Users\tbrown\Documents\Visual Studio 2008\Projects\Base Solution\SalesForce_Allies\SalesForce_Allies\Default.aspx.cs:line 95

Where is the uriString being retrieved from?

Tom
Marco (werewolf) CasalainaMarco (werewolf) Casalaina
In all likelihood you're supposed to set it.  Either you're supposed to give it the initial API endpoint or you're supposed to give it the URL you get once you've logged in (which is different than the initial endpoint).  I'm not familiar with this specific code but those are the 2 URLs you generally pass in when accessing the Salesforce.com API.
Tom BrownTom Brown
Another question.

We import many prospects at one time from spreadsheets for the most part. When we do, we end up with several duplicates. Is there a way to verify the possible duplicates using the email addresses. May get a list of emails in the system and then compare them to the ones to be imported. Any suggestions?

Tom