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I recently had the opportunity to help a buddy of mine troubleshoot an issue that concerned Salesforce.com account shares. The error showed up on the developer message boards from years past but with no clear solution. It was only after explaining the issue to another colleague (Thanks Mike) that

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I recently came across a requirement to support multi-currency for a rollup trigger where the parent object and child object each maintained their own currencies. The objects where not part of a master-detail relationship (per the requirements) and it was a valid use-case that each object should maintain currency independently.

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It is worth mentioning that in most other development environments there isn't anything enforcing the use of unit testing other than internal policies or personal preference. However, Salesforce requires unit testing before code can be deployed to a production environment. This policy is enforced by requiring that you have written

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Guest Post by Mike Eaton If there was anything I could honestly say I truly missed from my days of building Microsoft solutions, it was Visual Studio.  From the early days of annoying floating windows to the introduction of .NET and dock-ability, there was always something new to find traversing

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The story starts with getting a requirement to customize the detail view of an existing page. Nothing really extreme just need to be able to display a few sections dynamically based on information on the record etc (and record types was not an option). It's not the most ideal scenario

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Custom labels can be a powerful ally for your code. I have only recently started incorporating them into my code as a best practice. When custom labels were first released they provided a means to allow custom text to be translated for multi-lingual support. That still is their primary function

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