KISS principle for apex code with List and Map in Salesforce

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 […]

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Batch Apex running mode (parallel and series) and how to maintain state in it

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 […]

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Salesforce Mass Editor (Chrome Extension) – Seconds to make any standard list view to be a powerful mass editor

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. ・Export record data to CSV file. ・Mass copy & paste from […]

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Instantiating an Apex class based on dynamic string name with Type class

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 […]

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Using Aggregate SOQL queries/results in Batch Apex

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 […]

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Zip attachments only with Apex in Salesforce

Before this post (about 2 years ago), I’d shared a post that is about how to zip attachments with JSZip and Apex in Salesforce, and recently I found a more simple way to do that thing, which is only using an Apex library named “Zippex” ( view on Github). Here is the outline of my […]

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To Fix Error “Require TLS 1.1 for HTTPS connections” of MavensMate v6.0

Well, you may have found that MavensMate shows an error “Server raised fault: ‘UNSUPPORTED_CLIENT: TLS 1.0 has been disabled in this organization. Please use TLS 1.1 or higher when connecting to Salesforce using https.” as below, if you are using MavensMate v6.0 in Sublime Text 3,which is because Salesforce disabled TLS 1.0 encryption recently, for […]

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