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    How we do it in salesforce it  coding for declarative solutions How we do it in salesforce it coding for declarative solutions Presentation Transcript

    • Coding for Declarative Solutions How We Do it in Salesforce.com IT Alexis Williams, Salesforce.com, Senior Member Technical Staff Developer, Scrum Master, DEV401 certified @alexwillia Akshatha Rao, Salesforce.com, Senior Member Technical Staff Lead Developer @g_akshatha
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    • Declarative solutions beyond the UI and why? ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ Fuzzy requirements and user story clarifications Enable collaboration with customers Leverage admins - CAS team Get back to solving customer problems Three techniques we subscribe to
    • Real life implementation On boarding application to engage new customers ❏ Identify new customers ❏ Create cases for identified new customers to be engaged by welcoming team ❏ Allow users to segment customers by “bands” ❏ Make the solution iterable, tenable, and intuitive ❏ Blended approach of OOTB and code to allow for changes in logic without intervention of entire scrum team
    • Admin UI Provide an interface allowing users or an admin to make changes to a custom setting without breaking your application ❏ Problem ❏ ❏ ❏ complex or interrelated custom settings requiring validation because of business logic OOTB custom settings only have validation around unique names and field types The silver bullet to our problem ❏ custom VF with business logic validation in a controller
    • Admin UI demo
    • Akshatha Rao Senior Member Technical Staff, Lead Developer @g_akshatha
    • Record templating Create cloned for various different record types from a single record type of an object ❏ Problem ❏ ❏ don’t want to hardcode fields on record to be cloned don’t want to hardcode fields to be clone in code ❏ OOTB you can clone records, create record types with specific fields, and code which fields to clone ❏ Our formula for success ❏ ❏ ❏ ❏ Record of record type template A template record type Field sets Custom settings
    • Workflow linked triggers and time based field updates Process specific set of records based upon filter criteria that might change over time ❏ Problem ❏ complex log or trigger criteria may need to be updated ❏ OOTB workflow rules are declarative and have limitations around ❏ access Our strategy ❏ workflow rule - extract the criteria that might change & stamp records to kick off desired processing by trigger
    • Alexis Williams Senior Member Technical Staff, Developer, Scrum Master, @alexwillia Akshatha Rao Senior Member Technical Staff, Lead Developer, @g_akshatha GitHub repository