1) If two users A and B under same profile and Role. How can I restrict records of A to B and Vise versa? Ans: In profile set View all data and modify all date permission is 'false' and Owd Should be Private then we can restrict data.
Difference between Data Management and Data Loader?
|Data Management||Data Loader|
|We can insert 50000 records per Transaction.||We can insert 5 million records per Transaction.|
|Duplicate records it cannot allow.||We can insert Duplicate Records.|
|We can perform operations in any custom object and four standard objects Account, Contact, Lead, Solution, Campaign member.||We can perform operations in any custom and standard objects.|
|It can perform operations insert, update, upsert (insert + update).||It can perform operations insert, update, upsert (insert + update), delete, Export, Export all.|
|It allows only csv file.||It allows csv all database files.|
2. Difference between lookup and master details?
|we can create max 40 lookup relation(including 2 master details) per object||We can create max 2 master details relationship per objects.|
|This relation is supporting standard and custom objects||Master details is supporting only custom object.|
|We can create lookup for empty object(without records and also with records)||We can create master detail relationship only in the empty object, because parent field value is mandatory. Note: if any object contain any record first create lookup relation then fill all parent field value and change relationship type lookup to master detail.|
|In lookup relation parent and child contains it’s own owner.||Parent and child is controlled by parent it means parent object only contains ownership on child records.|
|It cannot support inheritance in OWD and sharing rules.||It support inheritance in OWD and sharing rules.|
|It cannot support rollup summary.||It support rollup summary.|
|In lookup parent record is deleted, child field value is deleting. But not record.||In master detail parent record is deleted, Associated child record also deleted because parent field value is mandatory. Note: This rule is applicable up to 200 Childs. If any parent is associated with 200 or more then we cannot delete parent record|
|In lookup relation parent field value optional.||In lookup relation parent field value mandatory.|
3. Difference Between SOQL and SOSL?
|SOQL stands for salesforce Object query language.||SOSL stands for salesforce Object search language.|
|Need to write different soql against diff objects.||works on multiple objects at same time.|
|It Return list of Records.||It Return list of Sobjects.|
|Can be used in apex classes and triggers.||Cannot be used in triggers, can be used in apex classes anonymous block.|
4. Difference between Roles and Profiles
|Role hierarchy doesn’t do any of these things.||Profile manages the Salesforce.com License, Object permissions, Field permissions, User permissions, Tab settings, App settings, Apex class access, Visual force page access, Page layouts, Record Types, Login hours & Login IP ranges etc|
|Optional for User creation.||Mandatory for User creation.|
|Maintain Record level access.||Maintain object level access.|
|Role is not Mandatory.||Profile is Mandatory.|
|Role helps in opening the records to the users above the Role hierarchy .||Profile helps to put restrictions on the Object.|
5. Difference between Workflow and Approval Process?
|They are activated when a record is saved.||Approval process is triggered by explicitly clicking the “Submit for Approval” button.|
|Workflow consists of single step and single action Approval process consists of multiple steps. Also different action is taken based upon whether the record is approved or rejected.||Approval process consists of multiple steps. Also different action is taken based upon whether the record is approved or rejected.|
|Workflow consists of single step and single action.||In approvals some attributes cannot be modified. Processes must be deactivated before approvals delete.|
6. . Difference Between Trigger. New and Trigger.NewMap in Apex ?
|Returns a list of the new versions of the sObject records.||Returns a map of IDs to the new versions of the sObject records.|
|Note that this sObject list is only available in insert and update triggers, and the records can only be modified in before triggers.||Note that this map is only available in before update, after insert, and after update triggers.|
|Trigger.newMap dont work for before insert while.||Trigger.New works fine for holding all Ids of records while inserting.|
|Trigger.new returns a list, which are ordered.||Trigger.newMap returns a map – which are unordered.|