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Undercover Maps

The Map class is probably the most useful collection on the Salesforce platform. When you combine a Map with a SOQL query you have a really cool tool for automatically populutating a Map of SObjects keyed on Id using a

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Apex Approval Actions

Approval Processes are a great feature of the Salesforce platform. They stand firmly behind the ‘No Software’ banner by giving ‘Power Users’ the ability to configure approval criteria and outcomes via a point and click interface. Aproval outcomes can create

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Conditional Detail Page Buttons – Hacking the Platform

UPDATE: Due to changes in the way Salesforce serves up home page components from a different domain, this will no longer work as javascript no longer has access to the DOM. Introduction I’m going to start this post off with

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Creating A Simple Batch Apex Process Queue

Working with the Salesforce platform presents many challenges. One of the most common is avoiding the platforms many governor limits. As a developer, hitting governor limits on the platform is a sure fire way to turn a good day into

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Trigger Pattern for Tidy, Streamlined, Bulkified Triggers Revisited

I thought I’d launch my blog by revisiting a post I wrote for the Force.com Cookbook. You can find the original post here: Trigger Pattern for Tidy, Streamlined, Bulkified Triggers The main aims of this pattern are to organise trigger

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