Getting Started with Process Builder – Part 65 (Resolve ALL_OR_NONE_OPERATION_ROLLED_BACK error)

Process Builder is a way of automating business processes. It is an upgraded version of the Workflow Rule. Whenever a user creates a process, the system automatically creates a Visual Workflow – and a Flow Trigger (which is now deprecated) – to call the Flow. Creation of the Flow happens behind the scenes; and

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Getting Started with Process Builder – Part 64 (How to fix MIXED_DML_OPERATION error)

Process Builder is a way of automating business processes. It is an upgraded version of the Workflow Rule. Whenever a user creates a process, the system automatically creates a Visual Workflow – and a Flow Trigger (which is now deprecated) – to call the Flow. Creation of the Flow happens behind the scenes; and

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Getting Started with Process Builder – Part 63 (Update whoId when shared activities are enabled)

This is a continuation from my last article Getting Started with Process Builder – Part 62 (Auto share events from a shared Calendar). In my previous article, I had discussed a use case, whenever an event is created without populating Name and Related To fields, then the process will automatically update

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Getting Started with Process Builder – Part 62 (Auto share events from a shared Calendar)

Calendars can do much more than ensuring you are on time for meetings. They can be a central location for project and event materials and knowledge, inform best practices and even assist with corporate administration. You can grant access to your Calendar in Salesforce, by sharing it with users, groups,

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