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Answered on 30 Aug IT Courses/Salesforce Developer

Can anyone guide me for salesforce developer in few weeks??

Himanshu Tripathi

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Answered on 29 Mar IT Courses/Salesforce Developer

Prabhat Bhushan

Oracle Database Administrator

Hi, I am a Salesforce Professional working with cognizant in that role. I work as a freelance trainer with an established training institute in Sector 15, Noida. u may contact.
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Lesson Posted on 09 Mar IT Courses/Salesforce Developer

Salesforce Certification Course

Mind Scripts Technologies

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Basics of Cloud Computing: Overview of each of three building blocks in cloud applications SAAS PAAS IAAS Different Cloud Service providers Salesforce Architecture: Introduction of MVC Architecture Model View Controller Feature of Salesforce Database Concepts: Overview... read more
Basics of Cloud Computing:
  • Overview of each of three building blocks in cloud applications
  •  SAAS
  •  PAAS
  • IAAS
  • Different Cloud Service providers
Salesforce Architecture:
  • Introduction of MVC Architecture
  •  Model
  •  View
  • Controller
  • Feature of Salesforce
Database Concepts:
  • Overview of Database Concepts
  • Database structure
  • Normal Database Vs. Relational Database
  • Database concept in Salesforce platform
Sales Cloud / Service Cloud:
  • Introducing the Force.com Platform
  • Understanding the basic of sales application with Standard Object
  • Understanding Service cloud
Objects and Fields:
  • Building a Simple App
  • Becoming familiar with the Force.com Setup Area
  • Introduction of Custom Objects
  • Introduction of Tabs
  • Understanding concept of Standard & custom field
  • Basics of External ID & different types of field data type
Relationships:
  • Utilizing different Types of Relationship
  • Understanding Lookup and Master-Detail relationship with Use case
  • Differentiation between One-to-Many and Many-to-Many
  • Introduction of Primary-Keys & Foreign-Keys (Conceptual Knowledge)
  • Roll-up Summary Field
  • Formula & Cross Object Formula Field
Data Management:
  • Data Management
  • Introduction to Import-Wizard
  • Use of External IDs
  • Introduction & Use of Apex Data-Loader
  • Use of different actions (Call) like Import, Update, Upsert, etc
  • Difference between Import-Wizard & Data-Loader
Security and Sharing:
  • Learn about factors to consider when designing applications for multiple users
  • Create profiles, understand what a profile controls (including data access), and customize profiles to manage the user experience
  • Create and customize permission sets to manage the user experience
  • Customize the user experience with record types and page layouts
  • Control access to records
  • Employ organization-wide defaults (OWDs), sharing rules and levels, roles, public groups, and manual share
  • Apply profiles, OWDs, role hierarchy, and sharing to restrict access to sensitive data
  • Apply OWDs, public groups, and manual sharing to create conditional access to data
  • Analyze suitability of field-level security, page layouts, types to satisfy business requirements
Validation, Workflow rules and Process Builder:
  • Business Logic Implementation
  • Rules for Automation
  • Validation Rule (Run on highest priority for the App)
  • Workflow (Time-Dependent & Time-Independent)
  • Assignment Rule
  • Auto-Response Rule (Live example with Web-to-Lead functionality) Escalation Rule
  • Introduction and use of Record Type
  • Introduction and use of Different Page-Layouts using Record-Type
  • Process Builder details overview and Use cases
Approval Process:
  • Approval Process :Single-step Approval ,Multi-steps Approval
  • Differentiation between Workflow rule & Approval process
  • Email to approve the request
  • Understanding the order of Execution of all these rules
Reports and Dashboards:
  • Report & Dashboard
  • Introduction of Types of Report
    • Tabular Report
    • Summary Report
    • Matrix Report
    • Join Report
  • Feature of the SFDC Report
  • Custom Summary Formula field
  • Bucket Filed
  • Condition High-lighting
  • Scheduling report for future run
  • Drill down to the source report while click on the graphs
  • Dashboards components
  • Dashboard Running User concept
Query Language in Salesforce:
  • Basics of SOQL & SOSL
  • Basics of Queries traversing from Child to Parent Object
  • Basics of Queries traversing from Parent to Child Object
  • Basics of Aggregate Queries
Apex & Trigger:
  • Complex Business Logic Implementation
  • Introduction of Apex
  • Implementation of Apex-Trigger
  • Understanding & Use of Trigger
VisualForce Pages:
  • Introduction of Visualforce Pages
  • Difference between Standard Controller & (Custom) Controller
Lightning Development:
  • Introduction to lightning framework
  • Creating lightning component
  • Using lightning in salesforce 1
  • Fixing performance warnings
Sites, Debug Logs:
  • Overview of other force.com capabilities
  • Different type of Sandboxes and their usage
  • Introduction of Site.Com and creation of site using it
  • Introduction of Debug Logs
Test Class:
  • Learning Apex & Deployment Tools
  • Introduction of Apex Classes
  • Invoke a class or its method via Triggers
  • Use as a Controller for a VF page
  • Introduction of test class & methods to cover Apex
Integration:
  • Integration using web service with real time business use cases.
  • One way Integration, Two-way integration
Deployment:
  • Manage Unmanaged Package
  • Uploading package with Namespace
  • Installing the package on Customer environment
 
Project:
Job Portal Management:
In the Project, students will be creating an app, helping them get a hold of the technology in its complete form. Some custom pages will be created in the project like Candidate information, Job Application details and interlink them. It will work as small job portal. The students will need to implement the project under the careful guidance of the faculty.
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Answered on 01 Mar IT Courses/Salesforce Developer

Kapavari Venkat Ramana

Trainer

1.update resume in Naukri. 2.Daily prepare. 3.Weekly twice attend the interview? 4.Avoid all mistakes 5.Daily Practice, Practice,Practice, Practice,Practice, Practice,Practice, Practice,Practice, Practice. All the best. Infinite Jobs are there, but need to do finite things Daily. read more

1.update resume in Naukri.

2.Daily prepare.

3.Weekly twice  attend the interview?

4.Avoid all mistakes

5.Daily Practice, Practice,Practice, Practice,Practice, Practice,Practice, Practice,Practice, Practice.

All the best.  Infinite Jobs are there, but need to do finite things Daily.

 

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Lesson Posted on 05/08/2017 IT Courses/Salesforce Developer IT Courses/Salesforce Administrator IT Courses/IT Certifications/Salesforce Certification

What Is The Difference Between Non-Static And Static?

Kumar

I am a working professional in mnc company I have 3 years of experience in giving salesforce admin development...

By default all the variables and methods are non-static. Scope of the non-static variables or methods is within the scope of the same object. We can declare variables and methods as static by using static keyword. Scope of the static variables and methods is throughout the transaction. Static... read more

 

  • By default all the variables and methods are non-static.

  • Scope of the non-static variables or methods is within the scope of the same object.

  • We can declare variables and methods as static by using static keyword.

  • Scope of the static variables and methods is throughout the transaction.

  • Static variables and methods, we can directly call with class name (we cannot access static variables and methods with object name).

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Lesson Posted on 05/08/2017 IT Courses/Salesforce Developer IT Courses/IT Certifications/Salesforce Certification IT Courses/Salesforce Administrator

What Are The Map Methods Available In Apex?

Kumar

I am a working professional in mnc company I have 3 years of experience in giving salesforce admin development...

//Map holds key and value pair. //Syntax: Map mapName = new Map(); /*Map countryISTCodeMap = new Map(); countryISTCodeMap.put('India','91'); countryISTCodeMap.put('USA','001'); countryISTCodeMap.put('India','911');//replaces old value with new value.*/ Map countryISTCodeMap = new Map{'India'=>'91','USA'=>'001',... read more

//Map holds key and value pair.

//Syntax: Map mapName = new Map();

/*Map countryISTCodeMap = new Map();

countryISTCodeMap.put('India','91');

countryISTCodeMap.put('USA','001');

countryISTCodeMap.put('India','911');//replaces old value with new value.*/

Map countryISTCodeMap = new Map{'India'=>'91','USA'=>'001', 'India'=>'911'};

system.debug('countryISTCodeMap result: '+countryISTCodeMap+' with size '+countryISTCodeMap.size());

system.debug('countryISTCodeMap keys: '+countryISTCodeMap.keyset());

system.debug('countryISTCodeMap values: '+countryISTCodeMap.values());

system.debug('countryISTCodeMap search: '+countryISTCodeMap.containsKey('India'));

system.debug('countryISTCodeMap fetching value based on key: '+countryISTCodeMap.get('India'));

//map keys are case-sensitive.

keyset(): To fetch only keys from the map.

values(): To fetch only values from the map.

containsKey(value): To search a key from the map.

get(key): By supplying the key we can fetch the value.

put(key,value): To add key and value in a map.

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Lesson Posted on 05/08/2017 IT Courses/Salesforce Developer IT Courses/IT Certifications/Salesforce Certification IT Courses/Salesforce Administrator

What Is Batch Apex And Its Methods ?

Kumar

I am a working professional in mnc company I have 3 years of experience in giving salesforce admin development...

1. We can call the apex code by creating object for the class (or) if the variables or methods are static then we can call with class name. Apex Code in the trigger will execute automatically for the DML operations. If you want to execute apex code on a specific time then we should write batch... read more

1. We can call the apex code by creating object for the class (or) if the variables or methods are static then we can call with class name.

  • Apex Code in the trigger will execute automatically for the DML operations.

  • If you want to execute apex code on a specific time then we should write batch class.

  • With Batch Apex we can process maximum of 50 million records.

  • Batch Apex is asynchronous (execute in future context).

  • While writing the batch class we should inherit Database.Batchable interface.

  • Database is a built in global class which contains inner global interface.

2. What are the Batch Apex methods?

Since we are inheriting Database.Batchable interface we should implement all the method prototypes declared in the interface.

 We should implement the following global methods:

  • Start: It will prepare the records to process and execute only one time.

  • Execute: It will take the records prepared in start method and split those records into batches and it will execute multiple times. For example if the start method is returning 1000 records then execute method executes 5 times if you don't mention the batch size (Default Batch Size is: 200). Maximum batch size is: 2000.

  • Finish: We can perform post commit logic like sending emails with the success or error information. It will execute only one time.

Batch Class Syntax:

//Database is Class provided by Salesforce.

//Batchable is an global interface which is inside of the Database class.

 //Batchable include 3 method prototypes: 1. Start 2. Execute 3. Finish

 //start and finish methods will execute only one time.

 //execute method executes multiple times.

 global class BatchUsage implements Database.Batchable , Database.Stateful {

  //at a time we can inherit multiple interfaces but we cannot inherit multiple classes.

  //By default batch class is stateless (variable info. store in one method cannot be remembered in other method),

  //to make it stateful we should inherit Database.Stateful interface.

  String name = '';

  global Database.queryLocator start(Database.BatchableContext bc) {

  //From asynchronous to asynchronous we cannot call

  //(from batch class we cannot call future mehthod vice versa.).

  name += 'start';

  system.debug('@@@Start Method: '+name);

   //Collects the records to process. It will forward these records to execute method.

   //If we use Iterable as return type for this start method it can hold

   //max. of 50k records only.

   //If we use Database.queryLocator as return type for this start method it can hold

   //max. of 50 million records.

   return Database.getQueryLocator('select id, name, Location__c from Department__c where Location__c = \'\'');

  }

  global void execute(Database.BatchableContext bc, LIST sObjLst) {

   name += 'execute';

   system.debug('@@@Execute Method: '+name);

  //Split the records forwarded by start method into batches.

  //Default batch size is: 200.

  //Max. batch size is: 2000.

  List depUPdLst = new List();

  for(SObject sObj: sObjLst) {

  Department__c dept = (Department__c) sObj;//Type Casting.

  dept.Location__c = 'Bangalore';

  depUPdLst.add(dept);

   }

   if(depUPdLst.size() > 0)

    update depUPdLst;

  }

  global void finish(Database.BatchableContext bc) {

   name += 'finish';

   system.debug('@@@Finish Method: '+name);

   //Post Commit logic like sending emails for the success or failures of the batches.

   AsyncApexJob a = [select id, Status, NumberOfErrors, JobItemsProcessed,

   TotalJobItems, CreatedBy.Email from AsyncApexJob where id =: bc.getJobId()];

  

   Messaging.singleEmailMessage mail = new Messaging.singleEmailMessage();

   mail.setToAddresses(new String[]{a.CreatedBy.Email});

   mail.setSubject('Batch Class Result');

   mail.setHtmlBody('The batch Apex job processed ' + '' + a.TotalJobItems + '' +

   ' batches with '+ '' + a.NumberOfErrors + '' + ' failures.');

   //sendEmail methods

   Messaging.sendEmail(new Messaging.singleEmailMessage[]{mail});

  

   /*** Scheduling in minutes or hours ***/

   /*//Create object for schedulable class

   SchedulableUsage su = new SchedulableUsage();

   //Preparing chron_exp

   Datetime sysTime = System.now();

   sysTime = sysTime.addminutes(6);

   String chron_exp = '' + sysTime.second() + ' ' + sysTime.minute() + ' ' +

   sysTime.hour() + ' ' + sysTime.day() + ' ' + sysTime.month() + ' ? ' + sysTime.year();           

   System.schedule('Dep Update'+sysTime.getTime(),chron_exp, su);*/

  }

 }

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How To Schedule Batch Apex In Minutes/Hours?

Kumar

I am a working professional in mnc company I have 3 years of experience in giving salesforce admin development...

To schedule the batch class in minutes/hours, in the finish method we should use System.schedule method which will take 3 parameters Job Name, Chrone Expression and schedulable class instance name respectively. /*** Scheduling in minutes or hours ***/ //Create object for schedulable class SchedulableUsage... read more

To schedule the batch class in minutes/hours, in the finish method we should use System.schedule method which will take 3 parameters Job Name, Chrone Expression and schedulable class instance name respectively.

   /*** Scheduling in minutes or hours ***/

 //Create object for schedulable class

 SchedulableUsage su = new SchedulableUsage();

 //Preparing chron_exp

 Datetime sysTime = System.now();

 sysTime = sysTime.addminutes(6);

 String chron_exp = '' + sysTime.second() + ' ' + sysTime.minute() + ' ' +

 sysTime.hour() + ' ' + sysTime.day() + ' ' + sysTime.month() + ' ? ' + sysTime.year();           

 System.schedule('Dep Update'+sysTime.getTime(),chron_exp, su);

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Answered on 18/07/2017 IT Courses/Salesforce Developer

Ritesh Kumar Singh

Tutor

Yes. SalesForce has a very good future at least for next 10 yrs. You will get a lot of opportunities as a SalesForce professional. There is not much SFDC professional available right now. Also, being a Java professional you will get added advantage while learning SalesForce.
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Lesson Posted on 27/04/2017 IT Courses/Salesforce Developer

Trigger Best Practices

Rajiv

Triggers - Best Practices in Salesforce 1. Future methods, SOQL and DML: Avoid writing Future methods, SOQL and DML inside the "For" loop.2. Bulkify the trigger: Start developing the logic for the bulk of records getting inserted or updated or deleted. The trigger will be invoked when we... read more

Triggers - Best Practices in Salesforce

 
1. Future methods, SOQL and DML:

    Avoid writing Future methods, SOQL and DML inside the "For" loop.

2. Bulkify the trigger:

    Start developing the logic for the bulk of records getting inserted or updated or deleted. The trigger will be invoked when we insert bulk of records from any data loading tools or through Web services. So, we should not concentrate on 1 record, we have to concentrate on the bulk of records.

3. Larger sets of records:

    Use SOQL in For loop, to avoid 50001 limit error.

Account[] accts = [SELECT id FROM account];

Exception will be thrown, if there are more than 50000 records.

for (List<Account> acct : [SELECT id, name FROM account WHERE name LIKE 'Test']) {

    // Your logic here

    update acct;
}

The Force.com platform chunk your large query results into batches of 200 records by using this syntax where the SOQL query is in the for loop definition, and then handle the individual datasets in the for loop logic.

4. Make use of the Limits Apex Methods to check whether we are nearing Governor Limits.

Number of SOQL Queries allowed in this Apex code context - Limits.getLimitQueries()

Number of records that can be queried  in this Apex code context - Limits.getLimitDmlRows()

Number of DML statements allowed in this Apex code context - Limits.getLimitDmlStatements()

Number of CPU usage time (in ms) allowed in this Apex code context - Limits.getLimitCpuTime()

5. Never hardcode SFDC record ids.

Cheers!!!
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