Month: February 2021

Kitchener Developer Group brings Virtual Learning in March 2021

 “Live as if you were to die tomorrow. Learn as if you were to live forever” by Mahatma Gandhi.Why not develop a passion for learning in March? Kitchener, CA Developer group is happy to bring three virtual sessions in March 2021. Below you will find all the details of the sessions. Please RSVP.Session 1Title:  Using Styling Hooks to Customize Your LWCDate & Time: Thursday, March 11, 2021, 2:00 PM ESTSpeaker: Kirupa Chinnathambi, Senior Director of Product/UX at SalesforceRSVP: HereSession 2Title:  Let’s Learn About Heroku and How to Integrate with SalesforceDate & Time: Thursday, March 18, 2021, 2:00 PM ESTSpeaker: Julian Duque, Lead Developer Advocate at SalesforceRSVP: HereSession 3Title:  Orchestrate ALL of your Salesforce Automation with the Trigger Action FrameworkDate & Time: Thursday March 25, 2021, 2:00 PM ESTSpeaker: Mitchell Spano, Application Engineer at GoogleRSVP: HereLooking forward to seeing you all at these awesome events.Note – Please check out this page to access the presentation and recording from all the previous events from Kitchener, CA Developer...

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How to Query Multi-Currency Fields in Salesforce

 In continuation to my earlier post about setting up multi-currency in Salesforce, this post will focus on how to query the multi-currency fields in SOQL and some cool formula features which you can use while dealing with multi-currency fields.SetupLet’s do the setup first.The corporate currency set in the Salesforce org is the Canadian Dollar i.e. CAD.Apart from the Canadian Dollar, other currencies supported are – U.S. Dollar (USD), Swiss Franc(CHF), and Indian Rupee(INR).Rates are also uploaded in the Salesforce org as shown below -Scenario:Opportunity record is having the currency field named “Opportunity Amount”. We need to fetch the Opportunity Amount based on the user’s currency mentioned in their user record.Solution:In order to fetch the Opportunity Amount based on the user’s currency, we can use Format() and convertCurrency() functions in SOQL.Format(): This function can be used in SOQL select statement to format date, time, and currency fields based on the given user locale.convertCurrency(): This function can also be used in SOQL select statement to convert the currency fields to the user’s currency.Using the above two functions here is the SOQL statement:SELECT Name, CurrencyIsoCode, Amount,FORMAT(convertCurrency(amount)) ConvertedinUserCurrency FROM Opportunity WHERE Name = ‘Burlington Textiles Weaving Plant Generator’Here is the result:As you can see, even though in this particular opportunity,  the amount is saved in USD, but with the help of above two functions, we are able to convert the currency to the...

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Kitchener Canada Developer Group Event: Shadow DOM, CSS and Styling Hooks in LWC by Alba Rivas

Special thanks to our speaker, Alba Rivas, for the session on “Shadow DOM, CSS and Styling Hooks in LWC”.Presentation: Shadow DOM, CSS and Styling Hooks in LWC what you need to know from Sudipta Deb ☁ Recording:Reference Links:SLDS Design TokensGithub Repo: shadow-domGithub Repo:...

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