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Force.com AIR Explorer

Does anyone know if SFDC is going to continue this application?  It still has a few issues, but is a vast improvement over the original APEX explorer.  If not, I think that should be announced so that we can look for other avenues.  I've found that the Workbench tool has issues as well with complicated SOQL's, so we really need to know what the future is of this tool.

MagulanDuraipandianMagulanDuraipandian

Its a good tool to query records and update records...

 

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Magulan D

Salesforce.com certified Force.com Developer.

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Scott_VSScott_VS

I have heard rumors that their AIR development teams have moved on to other things, so I wouldn't count on it being updated.

 

They are focused on the Developer Console right now, but I highly recomend using the Workbench or IDE if the Explorer is acting up on you.

boBNunnyboBNunny
It would be nice if SalesForce said this publicly so that we could make some decisions in the field. I know the AIR Apex Explorer was a proof of concept type thing with AIR because of their alliance, but something official needs to come out. Workbench has problems hanging with certain SOQL's, and IDE can't copy/paste the results or show counts. Thanx! _____________________________________________________________________ Robert Nunemaker Senior Systems Architect, MS/Web/SFDC Practice Application Delivery Group/Worldwide Operations Citrix | 851 West Cypress Creek Road | Fort Lauderdale, FL USA 33309 T/F: 954.267.3049 robert.nunemaker@citrix.com
JLA.ovhJLA.ovh

to count and copy/paste (and do other things), you can use this tool : GeekForce

jin lasjin las
AIR comes packaged with a database implementation of SQL Lite. You can create tables, views, insert and delete statistics, and run queries. The flash.Records package has everthing you'll need to do that on this site (https://bestaircompressorguru.com/).