Deletes a generic Salesforce object given a type and an id. The first thing that the handler does is obtain an access token using the inputted info values, which is used to authenticate the rest of the calls that are made. The object type and id are then used to build a REST call that will be sent to Salesforce to delete the object if it exists.
Where to find the Client ID, Client Secret, Security Token
Go to Setup, which is in the dropdown menu under your name in the upper righthand corner.
On the left sidebar, your Security Token can be found under Personal Setup > My Personal Information > Reset My Security Token.
To get the Client ID and Client Secret, Navigate back to Setup and go to Manage Apps.
Create a new Connected App, and fill in the basic information for the app.
Check the Enable OAuth Settings checkbox and put https://auth for your callback url.
Under selected OAuth scopes, add Access and manage your data (api) to your selected scopes and save.
Your Client ID and Client Secret will be found on the app information page that you were redirected to upon saving.
The username/email used to log into Salesforce.
The password used to log into Salesforce.
A security token that is appended onto the end of the password. Can be obtained from Salesforce by going to 'Reset my Security Token' under personal settings.
The client id of the application. Found under Manage Apps in setup.
The client secret of the application. Found under Manage Apps in setup.
Enable debug logging if the value is set to 'Yes'.
The type of object to delete (ie. Account, Case, Opportunity, etc).
The Id of the Salesforce object that will be deleted.