Sometimes, when I’m doing some customizations in Salesforce, I want to see a list of accounts, contacts, leads, etc., but I don’t want to go through the hassle of creating a view. I have to add that it’s not really difficult to create a view, but sometimes you just want to see the data quickly. (There’s also a quick way to get to a form to add a new item as well.) If you want to see or enter the data for a specific record type quickly all you have to do is enter a URL in a specific format:
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When you start development in Salesforce using Apex classes you might struggle at first with building dynamic SOQL queries, specifically when it comes to comparing non-string values - in this example, dates. To start, we have a statement like this which will query active "Resources" objects:
List<Resource__c> resources = Database.query('Select Id, Name FROM Resource__c WHERE Status__c = \'Active\'');
I’ve been working on integrations between Salesforce and another system. Our standard “pattern” has been to use outbound messages to send a message to our ETL software. It’s been working well – at least until we hit an integration where the performance wasn’t fast enough because it involves a shopping cart operation, often times with someone on the phone waiting for an immediate answer.