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Customizing Registration Handler Apex Code – Salesforce Open ID Connect Auth Provider

When you play with Salesforce Single Sign On, it is most probable that you will come across something called as “Registration Handler” class. In this blog, we will take a deep dive into understanding what a RegistrationHandler class is, how to create it, how to customize it and finally use it for production. What is …

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Social Sign On with Google into Enterprise Salesforce Org

In this blog, I will explain the steps of enabling logging into salesforce enterprise org using your corporate gmail account. Scenario: Abhishek is an employee of an enterprise called “AbhishekSubbu.com”. The company uses Salesforce as their primary CRM. Just like Abhishek, there are many other employees who face issues with remembering username and password for …

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Installing & Configuring Force.com Migration Tool with ANT

The Force.com Migration Tool is a Java/Ant-based command-line utility for moving metadata between a local directory and a Salesforce organization. You can use the Force.com Migration Tool to retrieve components, create scripted deployment, and repeat deployment patterns. Before you can use Force.com Migration Tool, the following things have to be installed on your machine. Java …

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Code Sample of GoF Design Patterns

Click the link here to download the .NET solution containing all the design patterns Helps you to cook up code faster Execute & understand how design patterns code flow works Helpful in crafting training content for events Contains the code base of following design patterns Abstract Factory Adapter Bridge Chain of Responsibility Command Composite Decorator …

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Testing Best Practices in Salesforce

Good tests should do the following: Cover as many lines of code as possible. Before you can deploy Apex or package it for the Force.comAppExchange, the following must be true. At least 75% of your Apex code must be covered by unit tests, and all of those tests must complete successfully. Note the following. When deploying Apex to a production organization, each …

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