The Copado integration allows users to scan user stories with Clayton and automate repetitive code review tasks on Salesforce developments.
Before we start
Clayton scanning capabilities
When working with user stories, it's key to make sure new developments and configuration changes are not going to introduce security flaws or code quality problems.
Our Copado integration supports both the validation of the proposed changes for each user story (via pull request) and a full scan of the specific user story branch.
1) Pull request validation
Each user story can be validated using pull requests and, for every new PR created, Clayton launches a scan of the proposed changes.
At the end of the validation phase, a review is automatically published to Salesforce in a dedicated custom object.
2) Full feature scan
It is also possible to validate the entire feature branch and scan
The Copado integration requires the installation of an unmanaged package in the same Salesforce Org in which Copado is installed.
Copado 17.4 or later
An active Clayton subscription
Please note that this integration is currently in Beta
Install our package
Use the following link to install the Copado Integration Package
The Copado-Clayton integration requires 2 Clayton specific parameters to be set :
Account Id : unique ID identifying an account in Clayton
Project Id : unique ID identifying a project in Clayton.
These parameters aren't currently available in the UI, but can be easily extracted from the URL of any Clayton report.
For example, if your Clayton project page is available at this url
You can extract the following:
To set these parameters in Salesforce, open the “Setup” and the search for “Custom Settings” on the left section.
Click “Manage” on the “ClaytonSettings” item row.
Click on the "New" button.
You can now enter the Clayton Account and Project Ids and click on “Save”
The integration requires each Copado user (in the Salesforce org) to have a corresponding Clayton user.
First-time user setup
The Copado-Clayton Integration requires all users to define a Named Credentials Settings with their Clayton credentials. This is done, so that all the calls to Clayton APIs are done on behalf of the running user in Copado.
In Salesforce > Settings > My Personal Information -> Authentication Settings for External Systems
Add a new “Authentication Settings for External Systems” by selecting “Clayton” as Named Credentials and providing your own Clayton credentials.
That's it, you are good to go!
Need more help?
If you need additional support please drop a message to email@example.com and we will assist you with the setup.