Salesforce has many URL parameters can be used on its standard page, with this kind of parameters, you can do some URL hacking on it, as below: Note: All of parameters must be encoded with UTF-8. Login page There are two ways to login and access into Salesforce from url. 1. https://<SFDC Instance Url>/ Parameter […]read more
Here are some KISS (Keep it simple, stupid) principles for cleaning our apex code with List and Map in Salesforce, as Linus Torvalds said: “Talk is cheap. Show me the code”, let me show you as below: Initialize Map Normal KISS principle Select(SOQL) to Map Normal KISS principle Initialize List Normal KISS principle Map keys […]read more
In my early post, I’d shared about how to write a Schedulable Batch Apex in Salesforce, and I’ll show you how transactions run in batch Apex and how to maintain their state across these transactions in this post. Batch Apex running mode (parallel / series) As we know, each execution of a batch Apex job […]read more
Salesforce Mass Editor (Chrome Extension) – Mass create, mass update, mass clone, mass delete on any list view. Support for both Classic and Lightning!
This’s my second Chrome Extension (First one is HERE) this year, named “Salesforce Mass Editor” and it supports for doing the below things : ・Makes any Salesforce list view to be a powerful mass editor. ・Mass insert, mass clone, mass update, mass delete, ALL-IN-ONE. Support for both Classic and Lightning! ・Export record data to CSV […]read more
Somtimes we need to instantiate a Apex class by dynamic value in Salesforce, which can make our program more modular and more readable, such as the below case : 1. Each Contact has its socail fields : “Type__c” and “AccessToken__c” 2. Needs to request its profile via socail api in Apex First we need to […]read more
In previous post, we had created a schedulable batch apex that implements Database.Batchable<sObject> in Salesforce, but if you want to use SOQL having aggregate functions like SUM(), MAX(), COUNT() on results grouped by “GROUP BY” clause in start execution, changing to interface Database.Batchable<AggregateResult> isn’t a workable way, because it fails with the below compile error […]read more
In Salesforce, if you’re trying to run Unit Test with a Non-Role user, which includes part of creating Portal / Community User test data, the following error will be occured, that is because the portal account’s owner does not have a role to be assigned. System.DmlException: Insert failed. First exception on row 0; first error: […]read more