Activity Forums Salesforce® Discussions What are the Standard and Custom Fields in Salesforce?

  • shariq

    September 24, 2018 at 1:19 am

    Standard fields for custom objects stores the information about  created by, modified by, currency, Name, owner and Division. These are the standard fields in
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  • Parul

    September 24, 2018 at 1:22 am

    A support case's name can be CA-1024. Fields you create on standard or custom objects are called custom fields. ... Identity, system, and name fields are standard on every object in Salesforce. Each standard object also comes with a set of prebuilt, standard fields.

  • Nauman

    April 20, 2021 at 3:09 pm

    Custom fields are just that. Fields that have been added to the standard Salesforce schema to tailor the data for each object. The user who creates the field can specify the field type and any applicable limitations, such as the maximum number of characters in a text field. These fields might be added to an Org via a managed package or through direct customization.
    Standard fields in contrast are those that are already present in the Salesforce schema when a new Organization is created. They are present in all Orgs where the same features are enabled. You can't customize these fields to the same degree. E.g. you could change the display label, but not the underlying API name or data type.

  • Mansi

    April 30, 2021 at 3:17 pm

    Custom Fields are those fields you create on standard or custom objects are called custom fields.<div>While some fields are standard on every object in Salesforce. Each standard object also comes with a set of prebuilt, standard fields.


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