Learn that unless your company can afford the new Apex Debugger that Salesforce made available during Dreamforce '15, you need to know how to systematically debug your code.
- [Instructor] And, our final topic…is going to be Debugging and Logging.…You can think of them as one in the same.…I like to think of them a little bit differently.…Debugging is where I am actively working on…figuring out what's wrong with my code.…Logging is where I'm going to set up a log,…typically on a specific user who's having issues,…and it gives me a way to see what's going on in the system,…to see the interaction between the code,…the triggers, through work flows, those type of things,…but it allows me to log information specifically…to that user so that I can then debug my code.…
One of the complaints that Salesforce has had,…and they have addressed,…was the fact that there is no way to single step…through your code.…Salesforce does now provide an org…that you can subscribe to that will allow you…to load your code on it,…and you can then single step through the code.…Obviously because you are stopping…a Cloud based platform, there is additional cost…in most organizations.…Unless, they're doing really large development applications,…
AuthorDuard Lynn Davis
- How Apex works
- Bulkification and triggers
- Systematically debugging your code
- Sets, lists, and maps
- Trigger and trigger handlers
- Batch Apex
- Debugging and logging
Skill Level Intermediate
1. Introduction to Environment
2. Sets, Lists, and Maps
3. Trigger and Trigger Handlers
4. Batch Apex
5. Debugging and Logging
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