Setting Up Git For Your Project Part 4

Working with Repository Step 1: Create repo in github. Click on "+" top right corner and get nice menu options Click on New repository Enter repo name and click create repository button. Step 2: Navigate to your new repo. Step 3: Click on Clone or download button and copy the URL of repo. Step 4: … Continue reading Setting Up Git For Your Project Part 4

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KEEP YOUR SALESFORCE ORG CLEAN OF DUPLICATES

Customer data is the soul of an organisation. Quality data is priceless and acts as a driver of high productivity and good decision making. Managing Quantity and Quality parallel  has always been a challenge. Same is the case with data now-a days, as the data volumes grew rapidly, the data quality went down, posing a … Continue reading KEEP YOUR SALESFORCE ORG CLEAN OF DUPLICATES

How Salesforce Can Help Overcoming Data Duplication While Migration

What clicks to your mind whenever you hear data migration? Duplicate Data! Isn’t it? And then searching, sorting, and creating a fresh quality at a single location spending useful resources and time. If we aren’t wrong, all this must be sounding familiar. This is not only your story, but many of the entrepreneurs are struggling with … Continue reading How Salesforce Can Help Overcoming Data Duplication While Migration

What is View State in Salesforce

View state of the Visualforce Page comprises of the data which is required to recreate the page during server requests. For Eg:- you have a form which on submit fires a error , Visualforce needs the variable to recreate the form on the UI. These variable sizes constitutes to the View State. Maximum view state … Continue reading What is View State in Salesforce

Batch Apex Salesforce With Example

What is Batch Apex? - Batch Apex is a way to break down a Job  into multiple smaller batches of manageable jobs which are processed separately. It is a Interface which the developer can implement and call pragmatically at run time. **Note- Not more 5 queued or Active Batch Jobs can be there at a time. What is … Continue reading Batch Apex Salesforce With Example

Salesforce Apex Trigger Best Practice

1) Write One Trigger per one Object You can have n number of triggers on single object, but as apex best practice we have  to write  event operations into the singe trigger with the if conditions. Example code like below if (Trigger.isInsert) { ..... ...... } if (Trigger.isUpdate) { ........ ........ } A single Apex … Continue reading Salesforce Apex Trigger Best Practice

What is Object in Salesforce ?

Salesforce Object: Objects are nothing but Tables in regular database. The entire application data is stored  in the Object. > There are two types of Objects. 1. Standard Objects. 2. Custom Objects. Standard Objects: These are the Objects, Which are provided by salesforce.com to meet global CRM functionalities. Eg: Accounts, Contacts, Leads, Products, Campaigns, Cases, … Continue reading What is Object in Salesforce ?

Angular JS with Salesforce Remote Actions

Nowadays Angular JS is a great front end framework to bind DOM objects easily and do many more things in the DOM. Here I'm going to describe how to use Angular with visual force and apex remote actions. So we can add angular code in the visual force page itself or we can add angular … Continue reading Angular JS with Salesforce Remote Actions

Copy Opportunity Line Item Custom Fields to New Quote Line Items

At the time of this project, when a Quote is created from the Salesforce UI (Classic or Lightning), or the Quote is syncing, and you create an OpportunityLineItem (that is, add an Opportunity Product via the Products related list) then Salesforce automatically copies and syncs the OpportunityLineItem standard fields to the QuoteLineItem standard fields. Custom … Continue reading Copy Opportunity Line Item Custom Fields to New Quote Line Items

Password policies in Salesforce

Password policies are user security settings with the password policy for the users. Password policies help us to maintain a strict and complex pattern in password with the automatic expiry. By default Salesforce passwords expire in 90 days and the user cannot use three previous passwords. Passwords are 8 characters in length and should be … Continue reading Password policies in Salesforce