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Hi,

We have record names that have a structure similar to below. I wanted to see what is a good way i could use a formula (text) field that autopopulates a substring into a particular field. Basically, i want to take the bolded substring below and put it into it's own field via formula (text).

Example record names:
  • Text1 - Text1A- Name - Text1B
  • Text2 - Text2A - Name - Text2B
  • Text3 - Text3A - Name - Text3B
The custom formula (text) field can be called customField

Logic:
customField = Name
  • December 23, 2015
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Which statement is true about an external ID field? Select 2.

a. The field must contain at least one number and at least one letter.
b. The field must be unique since duplicates are not allowed within salesforce.
c. The field can be unique based on case-sensitive or case-insensitive values.
d. The field contains unique record identifiers from a system outside of salesforce.


Thanks in Advance!!!
Universal container has created report for sales people to view records from a custom object. Some people 
complained they are unable to see appropriate records. what step should be taken to ensure data visibiltiy within the report?

1) check the user;s profile object setting 
2) check OWD
3) check report filters
4) check sharing rule

 
Hi,

We have record names that have a structure similar to below. I wanted to see what is a good way i could use a formula (text) field that autopopulates a substring into a particular field. Basically, i want to take the bolded substring below and put it into it's own field via formula (text).

Example record names:
  • Text1 - Text1A- Name - Text1B
  • Text2 - Text2A - Name - Text2B
  • Text3 - Text3A - Name - Text3B
The custom formula (text) field can be called customField

Logic:
customField = Name
  • December 23, 2015
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