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can anyone give me apex trigger examples for better understanding of the apex trigger 
I need to create a left arrow back button and when someone clicks this back button ,it should perform some action. Is there any out of the box functionality of lightning button with left arrow key. Please help me .  Refer the image with the first card.  <        Manage ConsentUser-added image

 
// Map to keep key (caregory) and value related to each other
        Map<String, String> mailValues = new Map<String, String>();
        
        // Seperate keys and values and put it in the map 
       	List<String> listOfLines = plainText.split('\n');
        for(String line : listOfLines){
            String key   = line.substringBetween('<', '>');
            String value = line.substringBetween('<' + key + '>', '</' + key + '>');
            
            if (key != null) {                                    // this works just fine, null key not added 

            // if (key != null || value != null){           // works partial, null key not added, but empty value added
            //  if (key != null || value != ''){              // doesn't work at all, null key + empty value get added 

                mailValues.put(key, value);                
            }
Hi guys, I'm getting tagged values per mail in this format:

<key>value</key>
<key2>value</key2>

Somethimes there are linebreaks, so I get a null key added to the map. Got that solved with "key != null".

But I'm struggling with excluding no-values like <key></key>.
Probably easy, but I'm absulte beginner … can someone give me a hand here?
 

 
Hi all,

We need to implement the following pattern at my org:
  • callout to external data source
  • if that callout takes too long (according to some configurable threshold), log an error (ie do some DML)
  • if that callout timed out on the remote server, try it again
Recognizing the potential for the dreaded "You have uncommitted work pending. Please commit or rollback before calling out." error, I put the error logging code in a future method, thus isolating the DML from the callouts. However, the error is still being thrown. I reduced the issue down to this pattern:
public static void foo() {
    Http http = new Http();
    HttpRequest req = new Httprequest();
    req.setEndpoint('https://test.salesforce.com'); //whatever endpoint
    req.setMethod('GET');
    http.send(req); //works fine
    bar();
    http.send(req); //throws calloutexception
}

@future public static void bar() {

}
Am I correct to assume that calling a future method counts as a DML operation? Is there any documentation I'm missing somewhere?

 
could any one explain even though i wrote standard controlller 
 <apex:page standardController="japan__c" recordSetVar="jap">
    <apex:dataTable value="{!jap}" var="a">
        <apex:column value="{!a.name}" />
    </apex:dataTable>
</apex:page>
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i am unable to see Visualforce in page layout. do i need enable anything in specific . 
I want to execute process builder action only when the opporunity owner changed from A to B and using the advance option of specific changes made to  the record. i do not want to execute action for any other change of the record but it is giving me error. Any Suggestions?
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Hi Developers,

Can anyone help me on this issue, I have a Child object that has a Lookup to Parent. I wrote the below apex class and the trigger on child, such that the count of Child records should be shown on each Parent record. I have a number field on the Parent which should be update as per the Trigger.

It works fine except in one scenario, it does not consider the existing Child records on the Parent, hence it shows incorrect count on the Parent record. It works perfect if I add the new Child records. I heard that Batch Apex can resolve this issue, I am not sure how Batch Apex is related here to resolve the isssue. Can I get some guidance here to proceed further.


Any help on this is much appreciated.
Thank you.

Apex Class:

public class ChildCountHelper{
    
    //List<Parent__c> parentList = [select id, child_count__c, (select id from child__r) from Parent__c where id in :parentIDSet];
    
    public List<ID> conList= new List<ID>();
    
    public static void handleBeforeInsert(List<Child__c> childList){
        Set<ID> parentIDSet = new Set<ID>();
        
        for(Child__c childRec: childList){
     
            parentIDSet.add(childRec.Parent__c);
            
        }
        
        Map<ID, Parent__c> parentMap = new map<ID, parent__c>([select id, child_count__c from Parent__c where id in :parentIDSet]);
        for(Child__c childRec: childList){
            if(parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c == null){
                parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c = 0;
            }
            parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c ++;
        }
        update parentMap.values();
    }
    
    public static void handleBeforeUpdate(List<Child__c> newChildList, List<Child__c> oldChildList){
        Set<ID> parentIDSet = new Set<ID>();
        Map<ID, ID> oldChildMap = new Map<ID, ID>();
        
        for(Child__c childRec: newChildList){
            parentIDSet.add(childRec.Parent__c);
        }
        
        for(Child__c childRec: oldChildList){
            parentIDSet.add(childRec.Parent__c);
            oldChildMap.put(childRec.Id, childRec.Parent__c);
        }
        
        Map<ID, Parent__c> parentMap = new map<ID, parent__c>([select id, child_count__c from Parent__c where id in :parentIDSet]);
        for(Child__c childRec: newChildList)
       {
        /*if(ChildRec.Parent__c!=null){  */
            if(parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c == null){
                parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c = 0;
            }
           // }
            if(childRec.Parent__c != oldChildMap.get(childRec.id)){
                if(oldChildMap.get(childRec.id) == null && childRec.Parent__c != null){
                    parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c ++;
                }else if(oldChildMap.get(childRec.id) != null && childRec.Parent__c == null){
                    parentMap.get(oldChildMap.get(childRec.id)).child_count__c --;
                }else if(oldChildMap.get(childRec.id) != null && childRec.Parent__c != null){
                    parentMap.get(oldChildMap.get(childRec.id)).child_count__c --;
                    parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c ++;
                }
            }
            
        }
        update parentMap.values();
    }
    
    public static void handleBeforeDelete(List<Child__c> childList){
        Set<ID> parentIDSet = new Set<ID>();
        for(Child__c childRec: childList){
            parentIDSet.add(childRec.Parent__c);
        }
        
        Map<ID, Parent__c> parentMap = new map<ID, parent__c>([select id, child_count__c from Parent__c where id in :parentIDSet]);
        for(Child__c childRec: childList){
            if(parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c == null){
                parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c = 0;
            }
            parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c --;
        }
        update parentMap.values();
    }
    
    public static void handleBeforeUnDelete(List<Child__c> childList){
        Set<ID> parentIDSet = new Set<ID>();
        for(Child__c childRec: childList){
            parentIDSet.add(childRec.Parent__c);
        }
        
        Map<ID, Parent__c> parentMap = new map<ID, parent__c>([select id, child_count__c from Parent__c where id in :parentIDSet]);
        for(Child__c childRec: childList){
            if(parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c == null){
                parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c = 0;
            }
            parentMap.get(childRec.Parent__c).child_count__c ++;
        }
        update parentMap.values();
    }

}




Trigger:


trigger ChildTrigger on Child__c (before insert, after update, after delete, after undelete) {
    if (Trigger.isInsert) {
        ChildCountHelper.handleBeforeInsert((List<Child__c>)Trigger.NEW);
    }else if (Trigger.isUpdate) {
        ChildCountHelper.handleBeforeUpdate((List<Child__c>)Trigger.NEW, (List<Child__c>)Trigger.OLD);
    }else if (Trigger.isDelete) {
        ChildCountHelper.handleBeforeDelete((List<Child__c>)Trigger.OLD);
    }else if (Trigger.isUndelete) {
        ChildCountHelper.handleBeforeUnDelete((List<Child__c>)Trigger.NEW);
    }
}  
Hello,
 
I had a simple Query to be fired. The query is as follows :
 
Select LastName,Company,PostalCode from lead where lastName = 'SomeLastName' and ...
 
The response that I recieve I parse as follows :
Code:
// Select LastName, Company , PostalCode from lead where
String lastName = fields[0].getValue();
String companyName = fields[1].getValue();
String scf = fields[2].getValue();

 However to my great sirprise the XML response that I had recieved was as follows :
Code:
<soapenv:Envelope xmlns:soapenv="http://schemas.xmlsoap.org/soap/envelope/" xmlns="urn:partner.soap.sforce.com" xmlns:ns1="urn:enterprise.soap.sforce.com" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance" xmlns:sf="urn:sobject.enterprise.soap.sforce.com">
      <soapenv:Body>
         <queryResponse>
            <result>
               <ns1:done>true</ns1:done>
               <ns1:queryLocator xsi:nil="true"/>
               <ns1:records xsi:type="sf:Lead">
                  <sf:Company>Catholic Health Initiatives</sf:Company>
                  <sf:LastName>Peach</sf:LastName>
                  <sf:PostalCode>802</sf:PostalCode>
               </ns1:records>
               <ns1:records xsi:type="sf:Lead">
                  <sf:Company>Catholic Health Initiatives</sf:Company>
                  <sf:LastName>Martin</sf:LastName>
                  <sf:PostalCode>802</sf:PostalCode>
               </ns1:records>

 
i.e the company is first and the lastName is after the Company Name . Now, that takes my code up for a toss.... :)
 
I was preeety sure that I had seen retrieving the values based on position in some of the Salesforce doc. But anyways, does it mean that retrieving values like :
 
String lastName = fields[0].getValue();
String companyName = fields[1].getValue();
 
is NOT THE RIGHT WAY TO DO THINGS ???
 
I guess, I should be retrieving values based on ElementNames...
 
BTW, is this anything to do with Partner API vis-a-vis Enterprise API. My guess is, and only a guess, I was not having this issue as long as I was using the partner API but I think its more evident in Enterprise API. Is it ?
 
Anyways, what would be the right approach to retrieve values ?
 
Any feedback appreciated.
 
Thanks,
Milan
 
  • July 17, 2007
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