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Sites FAQ suggests that sites support single sign-on as there is seamless integration with Customer and PRM Portals, and Portals provide SSO capabilities.

What should be the end point URL for a SAML response when using sites, with a domain of e.g. test.sandboxname.cs1.force.com?

When we tried SSO to the partner portal with an endpoint of https://cs1.salesforce.com it all worked good and we were able to log into the partner portal. So that narrows the issue to the end point URL I believe.

Also, how do you change the Salesforce.com Login URL in the SSO settings once it's set? (Setup->Security Controls->Single Sign-On)



Message Edited by sai_lavu on 01-21-2010 03:00 PM

I have the following method in a class called Project, which summarizes Opportunities linked to the custom Project object.

    public static void updateSummaryFromOpportunities(List<Id> projectIds) {  
        if(projectIds == null || projectIds.size() == 0)
            throw new InvalidParameterException('No Projects provided.'); 

The unit test below is failing. If I remove the @future annotation the test passes. Is this expected behaviour or is it a bug?

    static testMethod void testUpdateSummaryFromOpportunities_CheckParam() {
try {
} catch(InvalidParameterException e) {
System.assertEquals('No Projects provided.', e.getMessage());


There is a particular line of code that seems to be tricky for me in test methods. I have used this in various triggers, most of which seem to cover this line of code automatically, without any intentional additional code; however, a couple of my test methods are not covering this line of code, and I am wondering if there is a technique for covering this. This can be problematic, especially in very small triggers, where this line of code could make or break the 75% coverage.

}Catch(Exception e){}

My second question is: Say you have a trigger that creates a new record when triggered; how would you go about querying that newly created record in a test method? I'm guessing there is a simple line of code to use, I just don't know that line of code.
Can anyone help me out? Thanks in advance!
There were a few times I thought I may have been literally losing my mind trying to isolate this issue but I was finally able to nail down the steps to reproduce (and solution). Sometimes the param value is not being assign to the variable in the controller.

Here is the code to reproduce. I tried to make it as short as possible but sorry it is still a little long, see steps below code:

<apex:page controller="paramBug" > <apex:form > <apex:pageBlock > <apex:outputPanel id="table"> {!showTable} <apex:pageBlockTable value="{!opps}" var="o" rendered="{!showTable}"> <apex:column headerValue="Status"> <apex:outputPanel id="oppStatus"> <apex:outputText value="Y" rendered="{!IF(o.status = 'modified', true, false)}"/> </apex:outputPanel> </apex:column> <apex:column value="{!o.opp.Name}"/> <apex:column > <apex:facet name="header"> <apex:commandLink value="Stage" rerender="table,debug" action="{!sortTable}" status="sorting"> <apex:param value="StageName" assignTo="{!sortColumn}" /> </apex:commandLink> </apex:facet> <apex:inputField value="{!o.opp.StageName}"> <apex:actionSupport event="onchange" action="{!change}" rerender="oppStatus,buttons"> <apex:param name="oid" value="{!o.opp.id}" assignTo="{!changedOpp}" /> </apex:actionSupport> </apex:inputField> </apex:column> </apex:pageBlockTable> </apex:outputPanel> </apex:pageBlock> </apex:form> </apex:page>


public class paramBug {

List<oppWrapper> opps = new List<oppWrapper>();
List<SelectOption> stages;
public ID changedOpp {get; set;}
public string sortColumn {get; set;}
Map<String,String> sortOrder = new Map<String,String>();

public paramBug(){
for(Opportunity opp : [select Id, Name, StageName from Opportunity limit 10]){
opps.add(new oppWrapper(opp));

public List<oppWrapper> getOpps(){
return opps;

public void change(){
for(oppWrapper o : getOpps()){
if(o.opp.Id == changedOpp){
o.status = 'modified';

public Boolean getShowTable(){
Boolean show = true;
if(opps.size() == 0 ){
show = false;
return show;

public void sortTable(){
transient List<oppWrapper> sortedOpps = new List<oppWrapper>();
transient Map<String, List<oppWrapper>> stringMap = new Map<String, List<oppWrapper>>();

system.debug('--------------This is the debug line to watch--------------------');
system.debug('sColumn: ' + sortColumn);

if(sortColumn == 'StageName'){
for(oppWrapper o : getOpps()){
Object oField = o.opp.get(sortColumn);
String fieldValue = (String)oField;

if(stringMap.get(fieldValue) == null) {
stringMap.put(fieldValue, new List<oppWrapper>());

transient List<String> keys = new List<String>(stringMap.keySet());

for(String key:keys){

//reverse order
if(sortOrder.get(sortColumn) == 'asc'){
for(Integer i = (keys.size()-1);i >= 0; i--) {

if(sortOrder.get(sortColumn) == 'asc'){

system.debug('sortedOpps: ' + sortedOpps);
system.debug('Opps: ' + Opps);
opps = sortedOpps;

public class oppWrapper{

public Opportunity opp {get; set;}
public String status {get; set;}

public oppWrapper(Opportunity opp){
this.opp = opp;

First let's show it working correctly:
1) Open up this page and open the System Log.
2) Click the Stage Name header. This passes a param to the variable "sortColumn" in the controller and calls the action method sortTable().
3) Monitoring the debug log you can see that this is correctly being passed over: line 41, column 9: sColumn: StageName

Now let's show it not working:
1) Reload the page.
2) Change the Stage of the first opp in the table. This runs the change() method in the controller and rerenders the contents of the Status column. A 'Y' should appear in the row of the edited opp.
3) Click the Stage header to sort. The table will disappear because the sort logic did not execute. If you look at the system log you can see that the param was not passed to the controller and sortColumn is null: line 41, column 9: sColumn: null

Now the fix. I don't know why or how this fixes it but it does. Simply adding the name attribute to the param component does the trick. It doesn't even matter what the name is, just as long as it is there:

Change this:
<apex:param value="StageName" assignTo="{!sortColumn}" />

to this:
<apex:param name="asdfasd" value="StageName" assignTo="{!sortColumn}" />

and it works.

So there you go. I'm pretty sure this is a bug but if it's not I'll modify the title.


Message Edited by TehNrd on 01-16-2009 12:04 PM
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