The Conga Order Management SOAP API Guide provides a collection of SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) service APIs to allow users to extend the feature functionality of Conga Order Management. Use the SOAP APIs in this reference guide as a tool for designing solutions to complex business needs. All APIs in the reference are defined using the SOAP, WSDL, and WS-I standards. 

TopicDescription
What's CoveredThis guide defines and provides examples of Order Web Service APIs that can be used to create and manage orders, including partial orders from price agreements and customer purchase orders, as well as in-flight order changes and cancellation. 
Primary Audience
  • Order Management Administrators
  • Conga Professional Services
IT EnvironmentRefer to the latest Order Management on Salesforce Release Notes for information on System Requirements and Supported Platforms.
UpdatesFor a comprehensive list of updates to this guide for each release, see the What's New in SOAP API Guide topic.
Other Resources
  • Salesforce SOAP API Developer Guide
  • Order Management User Guide: Refer to this guide for installing and setting up Order Management in your organization.
  • Order Management Release Notes: Refer to this guide for the new feature, enhancements, resolved, and known issues.
  • Order Management SOAP API Guide: Refer to this guide for documentation of public-facing SOAP APIs for Order Management. 
  • Order Management Administrator Guide: Refer to this guide for setting up Order Management in your organization.
  • CPQ on Salesforce Administrator Guide: Refer to this guide for setting up products, price lists, and constraint rules.


This guide describes the following tasks:

  • Implementing Order Management Web Service
  • Implementing Customer Purchase Order Web Service

Before using Order Management APIs, you must be familiar with the following:

  • Basic Salesforce administration knowledge
  • Conga CPQ and Conga CLM administration
  • Salesforce and Conga terms and definitions
  • Conga Order Management basics
  • Experience with SOAP/WSDL API protocols

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