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    Salesforce | Pooja Pooja #3

    Why allOrNone parameter is used in Salesforce?

    Why allOrNone parameter is used in Salesforce?

    • This topic was modified 1 month ago by Salesforce | Pooja Pooja.
    Salesforce | Udit Udit #17

    allOrNone specifies the operation allows partial success in database methods. We have to pass Boolean value to it.

    If it is true then an exception is thrown if method is not successful and if set to false, remainder of failed DML can still succeed.

    Salesforce | Aditya Aditya #9

    allOrNone parameter is used to permit whenever a Database Method is partial success and it include a Boolean Values.

    if return true, an exception is thrown which means method is failed.

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