Getting a List of Pardot Business Units For Your App – Programmatically

As our Pardot integrations are coping and adjusting to using the Pardot API with Salesforce SSO users, one of the new requirements is to provide the Pardot Business Unit ID in each API request. It is easy for Salesforce Administrators to get the ID, but what if we could do this with code? 

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Can’t Sign In To Pardot: Salesforce SSO Now Required

As Salesforce continues to rolls out Pardot SSO across all accounts, many Pardot users are now being greeted with the following error message when trying to login to Pardot:

“Can’t sign in: Salesforce single sign-on (SSO) is required to log in to Pardot. If you don’t have Salesforce login, contact your Pardot admin.” 

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Pardot API and Getting Ready with Salesforce SSO Users Part 3A: Connecting to Pardot API from APEX

The Pardot User-Migration deadline is fast approaching. There is a lot of guidance on setting up our human users for success, but what about our code? Currently, there is a lack of specifics available on how to make changes to custom code & scripts that talk to the Pardot API. So we wrote this guide specifically for connecting Pardot API from APEX

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Pardot API and Getting Ready with Salesforce SSO Users Part 3B: Connecting to Pardot API from Code

The Salesforce SSO deadline is fast approaching, and there isn’t a lot of specifics out there on how to make changes to our custom code & scripts that talk to the Pardot API. There is a lot of guidance on setting up our human users for success, but what about our code? So we wrote this guide specifically for connecting Pardot API from Custom Code

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Pardot API and Getting Ready with Salesforce SSO Users Part 2 – WordPress Pardot Plugin Edition

In only a few weeks, Salesforce is moving all Pardot users to single sign-on (SSO) and all API integrations must use Salesforce OAuth.

If you’re adjusting the Pardot plugin on your WordPress website to get ready for these changes and, despite following the steps in our first blog, are hitting authentication errors, this blog may help.

In this post, we’re going to cover how to resolve common errors that may come up as you authenticate the Pardot Plugin in WordPress and the final step to authenticate user account settings for SSO.

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Pardot API and Getting Ready with Salesforce SSO Users

BY ADAM ERSTELLE

Back in June, Salesforce announced that the way we work with the Pardot API will be changing and that, beginning in early 2021, all Pardot users will be required to use Salesforce single sign-on. In preparation for this change, some services have started rolling out their updates, but how do you as a Pardot admin actually get ready? 

This blog post will provide step-by-step instructions on how to prepare, where to gather all the critical information you need, and a quick guide on testing that you are prepared for these changes.

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Why Salesforce is Discontinuing Pardot-Only Users & Moving to SSO

Pardot users were greeted this morning with a new announcement banner on their home screen when logged into Pardot:

This banner linked them to a help & training article outlining the details of Pardot-Only Login Retirement. The knee jerk reaction for some was fear — does this mean license costs are going up? What do I need to update right now?

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