Month: January 2024

Difference Between Count() and Count(fieldName) in SOQL Query

The COUNT() method in SOQL (Salesforce Object Query Language) is used to count the number of records that meet specified criteria. It’s similar to the COUNT() function in SQL and is useful when you need to know the total number of records without retrieving all of them.

In SOQL (Salesforce Object Query Language), the COUNT(fieldName) function is used to count the number of non-null (non-empty) values in a specific field across a set of records. This function differs from the COUNT() function, which simply counts the total number of records.

Read More

Understand Experience Cloud License Types

In today’s fast-paced digital world, the essence of business success often lies in robust community engagement and streamlined customer experiences. Enter Salesforce Experience Cloud, a dynamic platform designed to revolutionize the way businesses connect with customers, partners, and employees. This blog post will explore different license types available for Salesforce Experience Cloud.

Read More

Return Type of SOQL and SOSL Queries in Salesforce

SOQL, or Salesforce Object Query Language, is a query language used to interact with the data stored in Salesforce. It is similar in syntax to SQL, the standard database query language, but is specifically designed for Salesforce data.

SOSL, or Salesforce Object Search Language, is a specialized search language developed by Salesforce for searching text, email, and phone fields across multiple objects simultaneously in the Salesforce environment. Unlike SOQL, which is designed for querying specific objects and fields, SOSL is designed to perform text-based search queries across large datasets and multiple objects at once.

Read More

How do I know whether my instance is migrated into Hyperforce?

Hyperforce is the next-generation Salesforce infrastructure architecture, built for the public cloud. Hyperforce infrastructure is composed of code rather than hardware, so that the Salesforce platform and applications can be delivered rapidly and reliably to locations worldwide, giving customers more choice and control over data residency. Salesforce products running on Hyperforce benefit from its integration of enhanced standards for compliance, security, agility, and scalability, and from Salesforce’s continued commitment to privacy. By providing a common foundation for deploying our application stacks, Hyperforce accelerates Salesforce’s ability to innovate across product clouds and deliver additional business value to customers.

Read More

Earlier Posts

  • 2024 (27)
  • 2023 (47)
  • 2022 (25)
  • 2021 (35)
  • 2020 (41)
  • 2019 (13)
  • 2018 (16)
  • 2017 (14)
  • 2016 (18)
  • 2015 (74)
  • 2014 (20)