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Why not to use Action attribute in VF tag

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Today we will discuss that why the ‘action’ attribute should not be used in <apex:page> tag. But, before that we will discuss what exactly does the ‘action’ attribute do. Salesforce provides a way to define logic before rendering a visualforce page by providing a special attribute called as ‘action’. It is used to define Page-Load […]

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ENCRYPTION IN SALESFORCE

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Consilat (A Salesforce Consulting Company) Salesforce Encryption: There are many instances where you want to encrypt your data and want to store them on custom fields, but, want to display the information only to a set/group of users. For this we can use Encrypted Text fields provided by Salesforce which encrypts the data using Classic Encryption. […]

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Salesforce Macros

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Salesforce already has a series of standard functionalities in its bucket to automate day to day processes to save time and work of its users in a real time scenario, like, Workflows, Process Builder, Flows, Approval Processes, etc. Along with this, Salesforce provides one more feature that helps the Support agents by increasing their consistency […]

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Cross-Site Request Forgery

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Cross-site request forgery (CSRF) is a common web application vulnerability that has been around for years. Because it’s so prevalent in web applications, it has been listed on the as one of the top web vulnerabilities since 2007. Cross-Site Request Forgery (CSRF) is an attack that forces an end user to execute unwanted actions on […]

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Salesforce Winter’ 19 Updates Cont.

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Collaborate with Ease with List View Sharing Take collaboration to the next level by sharing your list views with user groups in your org. A feature that was already available in the Salesforce Classic has now made its way to Lightning also. You can now share your customized List Views not just to yourself, but […]

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Salesforce Winter’ 19 Updates

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Change Your View with Display Density Settings As we all know that “Winter is Coming”, Salesforce has given us few teeny weeny but pleasant surprises with its Winter ’19 release. With this release, Salesforce has come up with a lot of small tweaks to Lightning that adds up to a lot. There were few features […]

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Salesforce Integration Patterns

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Many a times there is a need to interact with an external system while implementing Salesforce. Though, there are some practices which are followed for almost every type of integration, but, one must always be aware as to which practice/pattern should be followed so as to ascertain the coming uncertainties that might occur. Each integration […]