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Same code worked fine up til yesterday. Anyone else having same problem? The error is 'no such column ... on entity...' but I do have the field on the object.


Can we assume anything about the order in which Batch Apex jobs are executed?


Imagine a user clicks a button that launches a Batch Apex job that will process 5000 records, in chunks of 500. While this Batch Apex job is chugging away, the user clicks another button that launches a different Batch Apex job that will process 2000 records, 100 per chunk. Can I be certain that all of the chunks for the first job will complete (all of the records will be processed) before the second job's first chunk begins? 



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 Custom Setting List ,Name field if we enter more then 5 Double byte char then it gives error
Sample data
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 Is there any restriction in Name field ? For Single bytes its accepting 38 Char.


 It seems 1 double bytes its calculating 9 char .So we can enter 4 Double bytes and 2 Char like this.



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I've created a hierarchical Custom Setting.  I'm looking to modify a field at the org level.


Given that my custom setting is called Test_config__c, and the field I want to update is Sample_field__c, here is some sample code:



Test_config__c aConfig = Test_config__c.getOrgDefaults();

aConfig.Sample_field__c = 'Some new value';



When I manage the custom value, the assignment hasn't been persisted.





  Any one confirm Custom Setting Data can be insert by Apex DML Operation ?

  Because i am getting the below Error during Insert.( Using Apex Batch I am inserting ).


System.DmlException: Insert failed. First exception on row 0; first error: UNKNOWN_EXCEPTION, An unexpected error occurred. Please include this ErrorId if you contact support: 1512696965-168 (489760386): []

Thanks and Regards

Thangaraj S