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    Salesforce | Aman Aman #4

    Explain Two-Column Custom Indexes in Salesforce.

    Explain Two-Column Custom Indexes in Salesforce


    Salesforce | shariq shariq #1

    Two-column custom indexes are a specialized feature of the Salesforce platform. They are useful for list views and other situations in which you want to use one field to select the records to display and a second field to sort those records.

    Two-column indexes are subject to the same restrictions as single-column indexes, with one exception. Two-column indexes can have nulls in the second column by default, whereas single-column indexes cannot, unless salesforce.com Customer Support has explicitly enabled the option to include nulls

    Salesforce | Parul Parul #2

    Two-Column Custom Indexes. Two-column custom indexes are a specialized feature of the Salesforce platform. … When a combination of two fields is a common filter in the query string, two-column indexes typically help you sort and display records.

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