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Salesforce Apex FAQ

May
11

Salesforce Apex resembles Java programming language, but it uses objects to represent primitives and also offer pre-built methods for commonly performed tasks. Here is a list of commonly used primitive object methods, and functions that can be used with Apex programming language.

Salesforce: Data Storage Limits Exceeded

Aug
10

We've just refreshed our sandbox from production which is roughly 2GB over the limit. When I try to create a new record in the newly created sandbox org, I'm getting the Data Storage Limits Exceeded as below:

Data Storage Limits Exceeded

Salesforce REST API example

Oct
27

Salesforce REST API call into Force.com platform requires OAuth 2.0 authentication. OAuth is an industry-standard authentication mechanism using "tokens" instead of a typical "username" and "password" credentials. OAuth access tokens provide permission to make Salesforce API calls, and do not grant permission to login to Salesforce Web UI.

1. Navigate to Connected App on Salesforce UI.
Setup -> Build -> Create -> Apps -> New Connected Apps.

Salesforce: Retrieve related list with SOQL and Apex

Oct
21

You are working with a Salesforce custom object, and you need to iterate through the related list. How do you retrieve the listed list with SOQL, and iterate through them with Apex? For the illustration purpose, I'm going to use Financial Force object, SCMC__Sales_Order__c. The SCMC__Sales_Order__c has a child relationship, SCMC__Purchase_Orders__r, as shown in the (Force.com IDE) screenshot below.

Salesforce Visualforce Overview

Aug
28

Visualforce is a technology used in force.com for building custom user interfaces. It is analogous to Java Server Pages (JSP) with Java Server Faces (JSF) in Java technology. Visualforce uses Apex classes (controllers) containing business logic, and visualforce pages and visualforce components containing the presentation.

Salesforce Apex Developer's Guide

Aug
27

This guide is written per SFv31, so if you're working in a future version -- you may have a slightly different menu structure. If you are new to Salesforce, you may want to create an account at http://developer.salesforce.com. This will allow you to create a developer ORG, which you may use to develop SF applications.

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