• #27058
    Salesforce | Adarsh Adarsh #12
    Forcetalks

    How to pass Dynamic parameter in SOQL where clause, while mapping in Webmerge?

    How to pass Dynamic parameter in SOQL where clause, while mapping in Webmerge?

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    #27067
    Salesforce | Ankit Ankit #17
    Forcetalks

    Hi Adarsh,

    You need to follow this kind of formatting – ‘:API_NAME_FIELD’  for getting dynamics values in where clause.

    Hope it may help you :)

    #27078
    Salesforce | Adarsh Adarsh #12
    Forcetalks

    Hi Ankit,

    Is it necessary to have this kind of formatting?

    #27151
    Salesforce | Archit Archit #4
    Forcetalks

    Yes, it is necessary to have  this kind of formatting because it shows uniqueness.

    #27158
    Salesforce | Adarsh Adarsh #12
    Forcetalks

    Hi Archit,

    Here what is the meaning of ‘uniqueness’, when we work on SOQL?

    #27159
    Salesforce | Archit Archit #4
    Forcetalks

    uniqueness a common word that everyone understand but here the uniqueness determines the specific field or object for which you want to fetch related data like

    if there is any custom field Date is there in any object which call as date__c in soql so in terms of soql you can determine “date__c” as unique. If you try to fetch the related records by using any other word it will not help you for your findings.

    Hope It Would be helpful !

    #27164
    Salesforce | Adarsh Adarsh #12
    Forcetalks

    Hi Archit,

    Thanks, it was very much informative and helpful.

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