• madhulika shah replied to the topic

    Can I export related fields using a data loader?

    3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Hi,

    You can export parent and their parent attribute values from Child object.

    But from the parent, you cannot export child object related attributes.

    You could move to 5 levels up to the Parent or related objects.

    Thanks.

  • madhulika shah replied to the topic

    When are lead assignment rules triggered?

    3 months, 2 weeks ago

    Hi,

    Some scenarios are given below :

    1.  Creating a Lead Manually : Make sure you have checked the checkbox “Assign the active assignment rules” in optional section.
    2. Web to Lead : Lead will be generated and at the same time assignment rule will be triggered.
    3. Salesforce processes any rules in the following order:
    • Validation rules

    [Read more]

  • Hi,

    You can use the Data Loader export wizard to extract data from a Salesforce object:

    • Open the Data Loader.
    • Click Export. If you want to also export archived activity records and soft-deleted records, click Export All instead.
    • Enter your Salesforce username and password, and click Log in.
    • When you’re logged in, click Next. (You are no…

    [Read more]

  • Hi,

    There are two buttons available in dataloader ‘Export’ & ‘Export All’. Difference in both button functionality is very small. When we use ‘Export’ button for any object in salesforce, all records( excluding records present in Recycle Bin) present in the system for that particular object are exported to a .csv file. But when we use Export All,…[Read more]

  • Hi,

    At a time only one assignment rule can be active for an Org.

    But you can have a multiple entries for that rule, so that your cases will be assigned to correct queue.
    You will find existing entries for your assignment rule. Try to add your entry criteria there and the case will be assigned to the correct queue based on your criteria.

    thanks.

  • madhulika shah replied to the topic

    What are record types?

    3 months, 3 weeks ago

    Hi Anurag,

    Record types allow you to associate different business processes and subset of pick list value to different users based on their user profile.

    They are used to drive which page layouts users see when viewing records, based on their user profile.

    Thanks.

  • madhulika shah replied to the topic

    Difference Between Role And Profile?

    3 months, 4 weeks ago

    Hi,

    Roles are one of the ways you can control access to records. They also impact reports (e.g. “My Teams” filter). Roles come into play if your security model (OWDs) are set to private whereas profiles help determine record privileges. Assuming the user can see the record, profiles determine what the user can do, view or edit on that record. P…[Read more]

  • madhulika shah replied to the topic

    How Many Custom Fields Can I Create In An Object?

    3 months, 4 weeks ago

    Hi,

    You can create 100 custom fields per object in Professional edition.

    Thanks.

  • madhulika shah replied to the topic

    List Examples Of Custom Field Types in Salesforce?

    3 months, 4 weeks ago

    Hi,

    Examples of Custom Field Types are:

    • AutoNumber : Automatically assigns a unique number to each record. The maximum length of any auto-number field is 30 characters, 20 of which are reserved for prefix or suffix text. Not available for external objects.
    • Checkbox : Allows users to check a box, indicating a true or false attribute of a re…

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  • madhulika shah replied to the topic

    What Is App In Sales Force?

    3 months, 4 weeks ago

    Hi,

    An app in Salesforce is nothing but a container which contains in it – a name, a logo, and an ordered set of tabs. All the metadata such as Objects, Visualforce Pages, Classes, etc are independent of an app. An app just helps to group things together visually. But internally the metadata has nothing to do with an app i.e. you can have the sa…[Read more]

  • madhulika shah replied to the topic

    Difference Between Public And Private Cloud?

    3 months, 4 weeks ago

    Hi,

    Private Cloud:

    A private cloud, also known as an internal or enterprise cloud, resides on company’s intranet or hosted data center where all of your data is protected behind a firewall. This can be a great option for companies who already have expensive data centres because they can use their current infrastructure. However, the main d…[Read more]

  • madhulika shah replied to the topic

    Difference Between Public And Private Cloud?

    3 months, 4 weeks ago

    Hi,

    Private Cloud:

    A private cloud, also known as an internal or enterprise cloud, resides on company’s intranet or hosted data center where all of your data is protected behind a firewall. This can be a great option for companies who already have expensive data centres because they can use their current infrastructure. However, the main d…[Read more]

  • madhulika shah replied to the topic

    What Is Hybrid Cloud?

    3 months, 4 weeks ago

    Hi,

    Hybrid cloud computing enables an enterprise to deploy an on-premises private cloud to host sensitive or critical workloads, and use a third-party public cloud provider to host less-critical resources, such as test and development workloads. Hybrid cloud is also particularly valuable for dynamic or highly changeable workloads.

    By allowing…[Read more]

  • madhulika shah replied to the topic

    MIXED-DML-OPERATION

    3 months, 4 weeks ago

    Hi,

    Mixed DML operations within a single transaction aren’t allowed. You can’t perform DML on a setup sObject and another sObject in the same transaction. However, you can perform one type of DML as part of an asynchronous job and the others in other asynchronous jobs or in the original transaction.

    Thanks.

  • hi,

    1. Copy your Class code to notepad
    2.  Switch to a new workspace (if you only have the default, create another one)
    3. Switch Back to the workspece you were working on
    4. Copy your notepad saved code to the class
    5. Try to save your code again

    Thanks.

  • Hi,

    The constructor is called when a page using the controller is first viewed (unless you’ve just come from another page that uses the same controller).

    Getters are called as the page is rendered to fill in information, then actions are typically fired after in response to a button press or similar. <apex:actionPoller> renderes every n sec…[Read more]

  • Hi,

    Custom Controller:

    • It is an Apex class that implements all of the logic for a page without leveraging a standard controller.
    • You can use only one Apex class.
    • You can Use custom controllers when you want your Visualforce page to run entirely in system mode, which does not enforce the permissions and field-level security of the current…

    [Read more]

  • madhulika shah replied to the topic

    What is fault element in SOAP message in Salesforce?

    3 months, 4 weeks ago

    Hi,

    SOAP – Fault. If an error occurs during processing, the response to a SOAP message is a SOAP fault element in the body of the message, and the fault is returned to the sender of the SOAP message.

    Thanks.

  • Hi,

    No you can’t perform any DML in Constructor.

    If you want to Perform DML then you have to write a function in class and call this functon by action attribute of <apex:page action=”YOUR Funciton Name”>

    Thanks.

  • Hi,

    You’ll need to store the fact that the link is expired somewhere, preferably where your end user can’t get to it.

    If your link is pulling all of its information from a single object and sending it to one or multiple people at the same time, consider a custom date/time field on Opportunity to store the expiration date. I’m not going to go in…[Read more]

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