I had a requirement to place a custom button on a layout that needed to call a workflow to accomplish some action. This can’t be done natively but there is a neat little trick you can employ.
One thing I somehow missed in the Spring ’16 update is a new method in the System.Test class called setCreatedDate() .
When you’re writing a trigger, you face a decision about whether your trigger will execute Before or After. How do you decide?
I’m building a custom cloning functionality that needs to meet a few objectives, most important of which is being dynamic. I don’t want to build these out for each object in our instance.
I think we’ve all been guilty of hardcoding URLs at some time – I tend to do it when I’m whizzing through some development and I’m too in the zone to do things properly. I’ll just come back and fix it once I’m out of the zone.
When wanting to display a number field without a comma, I’ve generally made a number field then a formula text field to display the value as text:
If you’re not following the current battle between Apple and the FBI, you probably should be. Long story short, the FBI wants access to the iPhone belonging to one of the deceased shooters from the San Bernardino incident, and they’ve secured a court order from the United States District Court of California to this effect.
I came across something Friday regarding default record types and Profiles with no access to Object Settings (the three Chatter profiles).
Something I’m consistently surprised to see is the misunderstanding around the two different types of keys in Salesforce. Every record has two keys: a 15-digit, case-insensitive key, and an 18-digit case-sensitive key.