Before Save Flows and Apex Triggers Part 2

Bob Buzzard Blog

Before Save Flows and Apex Triggers Part 2 TL;DR Flows consume CPU time, but you might not find it easy to check how much. Introduction A couple of weeks ago I wrote a blog post about before save flows and triggers. It's fair to say that this caused some discussion in the Salesforce community. Salesforce themselves... Continue Reading →

Release Spring’20 Goodies

Once upon a time… we were told that Lightning was coming. Another year and another release is here, and of course is a Lightning super-powered one. Maybe the product teams have sharpened all Lightning related stuff by now and now we can see that the framework has enabled a real speed to market! Here couple... Continue Reading →

What is #XactlyLovesMe?

Customer Focus is Xactly’s first core value, but how do we put this into action and show our customers how much we care about them? That was the question, and #XactlyLovesMe was the answer!  If you’ve been part of the Xactly family for a while now, then you’re likely familiar with the hashtag #XactlyLovesMe. It... Continue Reading →

Spring 20 Default Record Create Values

Bob Buzzard Blog

Spring 20 Default Record Create Values Introduction Spring 20 introduces something rather reminiscent of URL hacks - the capability to provide default values when creating a record via URL parameters.  Not quite the same though -  for one thing this is a supported mechanism, whereas we were constantly warned against using URL hacks in Classic... Continue Reading →

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