Scratch Orgs And Create Scratch Org with Visual Studio Code (Salesforce DX)

Scratch orgs are source-driven, disposable and fully configurable environments. Enable devhub in Setup → Devhub To Authorize the devhub sfdx force:auth:web:login -d -a DevHub The scratch org is a source-driven and disposable deployment of Salesforce code and metadata. A scratch org is fully configurable, allowing developers to emulate different Salesforce editions with different features and …

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Saleforce Optimizer and Benefits of Using

Maintaining all the features across your Salesforce instance can be challenging and time consuming. Generally wouldn’t find time to perform all the maintenance work on your existing features. It is hard to know where to start because there are many areas to look into – Apex code, workflow rules, custom fields, user profiles, reports, storage and edition …

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ContentVersion(Files) Creation Using Lightning Flows

What is ContentVersion? ContentVersion represents a specific version of a document in Salesforce CRM Content or Salesforce Files. This object is available in versions 17.0 and later for Salesforce CRM Content documents. This object is available in versions 20.0 and later for Salesforce Files. The maximum number of versions that can be published in a 24-hour …

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Platform Events And Examples how to create in Salesforce

Salesforce event-driven architecture is consisting of event producersevent consumerschannels.  Platform events simplify the process of communicating changes and responding to events. Publishers and subscribers communicate with each other through events. One or more subscribers can listen to the same event and carry out actions. With an Event-driven architecture each service publishes an event whenever it …

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ISBLANK() /ISNULL() not working for Text field Validation Rules

If you are writing a validation rule on any Text field we generally write formula with ISBLANK() or ISNULL() and it works. But if your text field is Rich TEXT, then ISBLANK() or ISNULL() will not works. For this specific use case we need to use LEN()=0 so formula will be like LEN(Rich Text Field …

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