In Salesforce, the first three characters of a record Id are the “Object Id Prefix”.
The first three digits of an Id is an identifier to the type of entity that the object is. It doesn’t matter if the Id is a 15 digit or 18 digit id.
For the last eleven months or so, I’ve been working a lot as a salesforce developer. In this time, I’ve learned an incredible amount about Salesforce. This blog article is a culmination of all the different things I’ve experienced and learned along the way. The syntax for Salesforce Apex is very similar to Java, but there’s…
In this blog post, we discuss Salesforce Future methods and how to use them.
I recently found out about Workbench for Salesforce at Dreamforce. Workbench is a web based set of tools that’s designed for Salesforce Administrators and developers to interact with Salesforce.com using the Force.com APIs. Using Workbench it’s pretty easy to view data, do data loading, perform SOQL queries or SOSL searches, etc. After logging in successfully…
Checking if a list is null and has no results is pretty easy. The best way to do this is to use the ISNULL operator and and to check if the results has a size that isn’t 0.
When we create Visualforce pages in Salesforce we have a few different ways that we can architect the code that will do any business logic that we need.