Monthly Archives: January 2012

Salesforce clone utility class

Do you ever wonder to clone an object, if yes then I have an utility which works for every object.  Usage of this code: You can call this class from a custom button/visualforce page/apex class. Happy coding… Advertisements

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Displaying a grid in Salesforce with the help of ExtJS

As ExtJS growing rapidly in a javascript world, you might wanted to embed these features in your salesforce instance(s). Are you excited to learn something with ExtJS, then here is the blog on how to get started with ExtJS. This is a simple … Continue reading

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Salesforce Utility Methods

Here are some of the utility methods, which we will be using very frequently in our salesforce world. Any addons to these methods are highly appreciated.

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Pagination using standardsetcontroller

As the number of records increases, the time required for the browser to render them increases. Paging is used to reduce the amount of data exchanged with the client. Paging is typically handled on the server side (standardsetcontroller). The page sends … Continue reading

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Salesforce Spring’12 release notes

Hurray …Spring’12 is here and some of the awesome features are Online chat with salesforce users Social Accounts and Contacts Ability to write triggers on ContentDocument Object Ability to share the service cloud urls Getting rid of self-service portal for … Continue reading

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