Monthly Archives: October 2015

Salesforce: Reverse Engeneering Vana HCM EmployeeAbsenseRequest Page

There is a bug in our version of Vana HCM Request Time Off (EmployeeAbsenseRequest) page. Our users were complaining that they cannot recall their absence requests. The flow is following: 1. They are clicking recall button; 2. Confirming on javascript … Continue reading

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Cheat Sheet for Salesforce Platform cache

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Winter 16 Release Notes: New or updated Classes and Methods (recalculateFormulas and Cache are most interesting ones)

Find some interesting information here: http://releasenotes.docs.salesforce.com/en-us/winter16/release-notes/rn_apex_new_classes_methods.htm System.SObject Class recalculateFormulas() It was always very nasty thing to make additional query to update formula values in tests. God send! Classes in the Cache Namespace Cache.Org Class Use the Cache.Org class to add, … Continue reading

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Manual Share of records through SOAP Webservices: Partner WSDL or Enterprise WSDL or Custom Code

Recently I was writing about solution to bug in new FF managed package which breaks S2S connection which required change in account trigger logic to automatically share that account or those accounts being updated to partner organization. Now I would … Continue reading

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S2S Connection through SOAP Web Services as solution to FF c2g Accounting bug related to Connection User and Account Trigger logic

There is a bug in the new version of Financial Force Accounting package which breaks standard Salesforce to Salesforce functionality. There is likely some trigger(s) on Account insert or update inside of this managed package which checks current user scope. … Continue reading

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