The Architect Journey is comprised of three tiers of certification designed to recognize and promote your skills and specializations. Salesforce Certified Architecture Designers are recognized for their knowledge and expertise on particular domains. Salesforce Certified Domain Architects are recognized for their broad and deep architecture expertise across a number of domains. Salesforce Certified Technical Architects demonstrate their knowledge, skills, and capabilities to build and design high-performance technical solutions on the Force.com platform across all domains.
The Salesforce Certified Integration Architecture Designer credential is designed for those who assess the architecture environment and requirements and design sound and scalable technical solutions on the Force.com platform that meet end-to-end integration requirements. Candidates should have experience communicating solutions and design trade-offs to business stakeholders.
Here are some examples of the concepts you should understand to pass the exam:
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Quick facts about the exam:
These sample questions are representative of what you can expect to see on the Salesforce Certified Integration Architecture Designer exam and are designed to help you become familiar with the testing format. More sample questions are available in our Exam Guide.
Universal Containers implemented email-to-case to allow customers to email their support requests. They found that cases were getting created correctly, but email attachments weren’t attached directly to the cases. Instead, they were attached to the emails under the Open activities related list.
Which two options should be considered to make sure the attachments get attached directly to the cases?
The Answer is B,C.
Universal Containers wants to ensure Salesforce will only accept secure connections from their ETL tool. How should calls to a custom Apex web service be secured?
The Answer is A.