When One Teaches, Two Learn! – Admin Excercise​ 13

When One Teaches, Two Learn! – Admin Excercise​ 13

Last Updated on July 26, 2021 by Rakesh Gupta

Delighted to see how hard everyone is working to solve one use case a day and sending me their question and solutions! It boosts my energy and encourages me to keep posting use case nuggets on my website.

The feedback has been varied, engaging and constructive. Last week, for instance, many people Emailed me the following – Rakesh, by solving these use cases on a daily basis, will I be able to clear my Admin 201 or Platform App Builder exam?

My response – Working on these questions may not directly help you in clearing a specific certification exam. However, at a broader level, by solving these use cases, you will gain mastery over the platform. And, once you do that, you will be among the superstars that boast of clearing 3 or more certification in one day!

My motto with all blog posts and coaching is to help you gain mastery over the platform; once you do that, rest will fall in place! My path is unique and one that is a less traveled one. But, those with diligence and perseverance, including me, have reaped benefits beyond expectations! So, my friends, focus on understanding the concepts and try to solve business scenarios with the same ferocity as a hungry lion!

My main goal to post one use case daily is to provide all of you opportunities to tackle hands-on exercises and sharpen your thinking skills so you can streamline your abilities to design solutions seamlessly.  

So, ready? Here is the game plan – take bite-size use cases and work on solving them. If you are stuck or get frustrated, reach out to me – I will guide you towards the solution but not solve it for you! Why just me? It is very likely that a fellow-trailblazer may be your guide instead. And, now that you have been solving the use cases, don’t be surprised if you become a guide to others!!! – When one teaches, two learn!!

So, without further ado, let us untangle the following use cases!!

Check out the previous exercises:

  1. Admin Excercise – 1
  2. Admin Excercise – 2
  3. Admin Excercise – 3
  4. Admin Excercise – 4
  5. Admin Excercise – 5
  6. Admin Excercise – 6
  7. Admin Excercise – 7
  8. Admin Excercise – 8
  9. Admin Excercise – 9
  10. Admin Excercise – 10
  11. Admin Excercise – 11
  12. Admin Excercise – 12

You can also use this landing page to find all the exercises in one place. 

Hands-on Excercise

Rakesh Gupta, a lead technical architect at GoC, has been mentoring Donna
Serdula for a while. Rakesh observed that, by tackling one use case a day,
Donna’s problem-solving skills has improved by several folds. Rakesh continues
to encourage Donna to think first, before either building or writing any logic to
solve a requirement. With Rakesh on her side, Donna’s path to success has
been turbocharged!

Hmm… Donna is stumped! The new requirements seem like a curve ball. Let’s
help Donna with the following requirements:

  1. If an Opportunity is opened for more than 7 days without any activity, send
    an Email to the Opportunity owner.
  2. Make sure that the Opportunity Close Date is not greater than the last date of
    the current month. It means it should fall under the current month.
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