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In this lesson I introduce you to how to SOQL (Salesforce Object Query Language) queries.
Use the Salesforce Object Query Language (SOQL) to search your organization’s Salesforce data for specific information. SOQL is similar to the SELECT statement in the widely used Structured Query Language (...
In this lesson we cover dynamic queries using Dynamic SOQL and Dynamic SOSL.
Dynamic SOQL refers to the creation of a SOQL string at run time with Apex code. Dynamic SOQL enables you to create more flexible applications. For example, you can create a search based on input from an end user or upd...
Because Apex runs in a multitenant environment, the Apex runtime engine strictly enforces limits so that runaway Apex code or processes don’t monopolize shared resources. If some Apex code exceeds a limit, the associated governor issues a runtime exception that cannot be handled.
We are now in the Custom Metadata Types section of this course. In this introductory lesson, I lay the groundwork related to what we will cover in this section as well as what Custom Metadata Types are and how they are used.
Custom Metadata Types are similar to Custom Objects, but they have __md...
Lesson 43 - Challenge 3 - Platform Event Trigger Process
This is the third challenge of the course, which will be followed by the work check in the next lesson. For this challenge we will be creating a platform event trigger process that utilizes custom metadata types for settings.
A future method runs in the background, asynchronously. You can call a future method for executing long-running operations, such as callouts to external Web services or any operation you'd like to run in its own thread.