Spring ’14 Salesforce Delayed

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Salesforce.com version Spring ’14 has been delayed for instance version NA7 in some cases. There have been multiple issues with the version, related to performance and functionality. You can expect to see the future release date announced no later than Thursday, January 16, 2014, at the following link: http://www.trust.salesforce.com/trust/maintenance/   The email from Salesforce: At salesforce.com, ensuring customer success through trusted system availability, performance, and reliability is our top priority. We’ve made the decision to postpone the rollout of Spring ’14 to your NA7 instance with these priorities in mind. We have identified open items related to the performance and functionality of the Spring … Read More

Salesforce.com Code Optimization

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Rule #1: When developing custom Apex code in Salesforce.com, it is not enough to simply create a working trigger to fit your specific scenario, you must also take into consideration bulk data loading. If your trigger cannot handle loading multiple records, you will hit the error [message_box title=”Error:” color=”red”]System.LimitException: Too many SOQL queries: 101[/message_box] This error is typically caused by having a SOQL query within a for loop.  To remedy this,  you must add  your SOQL query before your for loop. 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 12 13 14 15 16 17 18 Set<Id> projIds … Read More

Salesforce1 Glimpse

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The next big thing to come to the Salesforce.com platform is Salesforce1. Here’s a glimpse of what’s in store for the next release: Salesforce1 is focusing on mobile driven development, allowing for 10 times as many APIs for apps. Beginning in March, the Chatter App will become the main interface users interact with while working in Salesforce.com.  App development is going to be more flexible, including a Private App Exchange where developers can manage private applications. Admins will also have the capability to manage and distribute apps from the mobile platform. They can create apps that are business process oriented; … Read More

Windows 8.1 and the return of the start button

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Windows 8.1 Start Screen

At last, the long awaited Windows 8.1 update is here! Windows users can now get back to using the familiar ‘Start Button’ we are all used to. Before I get into the new features of Windows 8.1 both ascetically and behind the scenes, I’d like to talk about the install time and process. For starters, the install time isn’t exactly speedy, and instead of telling the user what is being updated, Microsoft has chosen to to use phrases like ‘Getting Ready’ , ‘Setting up a Few More Things’, and ‘Taking Care of a few Things’. Once the install is complete, the … Read More

Keep Your Salesforce.com Versions Straight

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Keep Your Salesforce.com Versions Straight

Winter is just around the corner, and so is the next version of Salesforce.com! Currently if you are using Salesforce.com, and have multiple instances such as a production and sandbox environment you may be running two different  API versions. The sandbox may be at version 29.0 which is winter ’14, when production is running 28.0 Summer ’13. This can cause issues with change sets that contain items created in the 29.0 version environment. Production environments will see the new version in October. Below is a handy link that can help you identify when your version will see Winter ’14. https://trust.salesforce.com/trust/maintenance/ … Read More