Salesforce.com – Overcoming Apex code limits

Salesforce’s cloud platform (force.com) provides a lot of flexibility for customizations, with Apex code being the most common way to develop new functionalities on the platform. However, unlike development stacks like Java and .Net, there are limits imposed by the shared force.com platform. This is to ensure that no single customer takes up too many […]

By |December 23rd, 2016|Force.com Development, Salesforce.com, Uncategorized|0 Comments

Corrupted Excel file from Visualforce

With the latest release of Summer 16, some of you may be receiving a “File is corrupt and cannot be opened” error message with excel files generated from visualforce pages.

The fix for the issue is very simple – you were most likely including a tag at the end of your page, since it […]

Object Composition on Force.com

Most programmers coming from a standard object oriented programming programming language like Java, C#, C++ etc. are used to working with composite objects. For e.g. an Account object will contain a list of associated Contacts and Cases. A Project object will have a list of associated tasks.

When you start working with the Force.com platform, […]

By |December 3rd, 2015|Force.com Development, Salesforce.com|0 Comments