Monthly Archives: March 2020

Lead and Case assignment rules in Salesforce

What is an Assignment Rule? Assignment Rules are used to assign Leads and Cases automatically to the assigned users based on criteria. There are two types of Assignment Rules in Salesforce they are  Lead Assignment Rules and Case Assignment Rules. What is Salesforce lead assignment rules? Salesforce lead assignment rules defines the administrators to assign a lead to users and… Read More »

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Future Method in Salesforce

FUTURE METHOD If a transaction has any long running operation/statements and if this operations is not having any dependency on rest of the operation then we can run the operation independent from the rest of the operation by using future method. Long running operation are called Bulk DML operations,webservice callouts. Rules to define future methods… Read More »

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Map in Salesforce

Map It is key value pair. Key must be primitive data type and value may be primitive data types/Reference data type. Primitive data type are integer,decimal,string,id,Boolean,data… Only one key value is allowed to be null. Syntax Map<key,value> variablename = new map<key,value>(); Data is storing according to keys dictionary order. keys are case sensitive Methods Put(key,value);… Read More »

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Set in Salesforce

Set It doesn’t allow duplicates. It maintains dictionary order. Set maintains hash code mechanism. It allows only one null value. Syntax set<Datatype> variable name = new set<Datatype>(); Methods Add(Element); addAll(list/set s); contains(Element); containsAll(set/list s); size(); clear(); remove(Element); Share this…Facebookemail

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List in Salesforce

List It allows Duplicate values . It maintains insertion order. List maintains index based. It allows multiple null values. Syntax List<Datatype> variable name = new List<Datatype>(); Examples List<integer> a = new List<integer>(); List<Account> b = new List<Account>(); List<integer> ages;  Ages = new List<integer>(); List<integer> ages = new List<integer>(){20,30,50}; Methods available in List add(Element); add(index,Element); addAll(list… Read More »

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