Salesforce Connect (Formerly Lightning Connect) is an exciting product that allows organizations to connect external data sources to their Salesforce instance. One way this connection is done uses the OData protocol, but you can now write your own connector in Apex as well. Instead of Standard or Custom Objects, this external data is represented as […]
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Check out the Apex Debugger, which extends the Force.com IDE plug-in for Eclipse.
You asked for it. We announced it. You waited for it. Finally, we have delivered it. I am pleased to announce that the Apex Interactive Debugger is now generally available! Click through to find out a lot more.
Oh, that error.... Perhaps you’ve seen it before: “Unable to process request: Concurrent requests limit exceeded”. This is the Apex concurrency limiter giving you a "speeding ticket". Believe it or not, the Apex concurrency limit is your friend. It isolates several failure scenarios and contains them from propagation across the Salesforce App Cloud, which might otherwise […]
In the past it was a huge challenge to provide system users with meaningful views across disparate data sets. Data silos required complex integration and ETL (Extract-Transform-Load) tooling to provide correlations in a single user interface. Lightning Connect makes this easy by allowing external data sources to be exposed in Salesforce and correlated with standard […]
Introduction This article concludes the series, Learning Salesforce Integration, which details various integration options with Salesforce. It covers using Apex for building integrations, which becomes a necessity for not-so-straight-forward scenarios. Though the scenarios listed here are simple, the idea is to share code snippets that can be used to quickly build a working interface. So why take […]
Use this developer checklist while planning or writing Force.com Visualforce and Apex platform code to make sure you're covering all your bases.