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Eric VEric V 

Use Apex in Transaction Security Policies Challenge

Hi,

I'm trying to complete the "Use Apex in Transaction Security Policies" Challenge.

I think i have to modify this apex class : 
1 global class NewUrlPolicyCondition implements TxnSecurity.PolicyCondition {
2
3  public boolean evaluate(TxnSecurity.Event e) {
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5  return false; 
6 }
7  }

The problem is that I know nothing about code, class or whatever. 
Can someone tell me how to set a condition ? 

Thanks. 
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LABBOOLABBOO
Hi Eric! 
I just got this one.  
Basically, I had to first remove the New URL Transaction Security Policy I created in the earlier unit and also delete the NewURLPolicyCondition class it created.
Then I re-created by New URL Transaction Security Policy - but with a condition (any one of them) with a criteria of 2 days.
Then you'll be able to go in and edit the class per what you need to do for the challenge on this one.

Lynda

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LABBOOLABBOO
Hi Eric! 
I just got this one.  
Basically, I had to first remove the New URL Transaction Security Policy I created in the earlier unit and also delete the NewURLPolicyCondition class it created.
Then I re-created by New URL Transaction Security Policy - but with a condition (any one of them) with a criteria of 2 days.
Then you'll be able to go in and edit the class per what you need to do for the challenge on this one.

Lynda
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Ryan Patten 24Ryan Patten 24
I think there have been updates to this Module, and I am having issues completing, not an APEX master (yet!)

Its asking for the following..
1.Modify the following apex class: newurlPolicyCondition
2. Change the platform condition
3. Old platform condition value: eObj.Platform == 'useanewtrailheadplayground'
4. New platform condition value: eObj.Platform == 'besupercarefulwiththis'

Any help here would be great!
Jake Harris 12Jake Harris 12
I had a heck of a time with this, but found this:
https://trailhead.salesforce.com/en/modules/transaction_security/units/transaction_security_custom_policy

Which had this:
global class BlockAndroidPolicyCondition implements TxnSecurity.PolicyCondition {
  public boolean evaluate(TxnSecurity.Event e) {
    LoginHistory eObj = [SELECT Platform FROM LoginHistory
                         WHERE Id = :e.data.get('LoginHistoryId')];
    if (eObj != null) {  // Addition
      if(eObj.Platform == 'Android 9') {
        return true;
      }
    }  // Addition
    return false;
  }
}



And then modified it to use the text above and ended up with this:
 
global class newurlPolicyCondition implements TxnSecurity.PolicyCondition {

 public boolean evaluate(TxnSecurity.Event e) {
LoginHistory eObj = [SELECT Platform FROM LoginHistory
                         WHERE Id = :e.data.get('LoginHistoryId')];
    if (eObj != null) {  // Addition
      if(eObj.Platform == 'besupercarefulwiththis') {
        return true;
      }
    }  // Addition
    return false;
  }
 }

 
Nick Beach 2Nick Beach 2
That just worked perfectly for me. Not sure how though but I'll take it