February 12, 2012
February 10, 2012
Today I came across an interesting problem that reminded me of my Java days. A piece of Apex code written by some other developer was broken, when I did my fixes.
Here is some background about the broken code, lets say the file name is “ScaryMovie.cls”
February 9, 2012
Here is a quick demo video of this application.
We’re happy about this small experiment because of a few reasons
February 1, 2012
If you are planning to default input field values in an edit page for an Sobject, then you need to use something cryptic, like LKID hack. This hack requires you to pass field’s IDs as URL query params with default values for each, like:
This solution is really a hack, as there is no way in Apex describe information to know ID for a given sobject field. This makes your app or solution tough to port across the orgs, developers try to use custom settings to declare all such LKID fields, each one of them must be correctly updated by Admin post app installation.