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View State

View State:  As the name suggests, is an error of View State. “Maximum view state size limit (135KB) exceeded” is the error message pertaining to “View State” error and here follows a brief detailing of the issue.

View state holds the state/size of the visual force page that includes the components, field values and controller state. This is important in the light that salesforce provides only a standard size of 135kb for any individual page. If the size of a particular page exceeds 135kb, the page will throw a view state error.

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A screenshot showing a view state error in salesforce

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Contact Roles in Salesforce

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Contact Roles in Salesforce.

I observed in many salesforce communities that lot of salesforce people facing challenges in associating one contact with multiple accounts, cases, Contracts or Opportunities.

In salesforce architecture Contact has a Standard Account field, which means a Contact can be associate with on account.

However we can create few more Custom lookup fields on Contact to associate few more accounts, but that will not be a good approach to achieve this requirement if you want to associate one contact to n number of accounts, cases or Opportunities.

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Dynamic Gauge in salesforce

Salesforce provide us standard functionality to create Reports and dashboards to represent record in diagrammatic form. Sometimes we face the requirement to represent our data in diagrammatic Form on visual force page in some specific type of diagram we represent it using chart. Salesforce provide us Bar chart, Pie chart, Gauge chart, Radar charts

Here I am going to explain how we can represent specific field data in the form of gauge chart. To achieve this requirement we need four things basically. First we should have an object whether its standard or custom object, a field associated with that object that should hold any numeric Value, apex controller, apex class.

I will start with object lets say I have a standard controller Account where I have a custom field Score and I need to represent that score in the form of gauge. Whenever page loads that value represent in the form of gauge and whenever the fields value changes the gauge should reflect that Change.

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AngularJS with Bootstrap for Salesforce1 Mobile App Visualforce Page

AngularJS is a very popular JavaScript user interface (UI) libraries. It is used for data binding based on MVC pattern. If you need some CSS magic then I recommend using Bootstrap, a very popular CSS library.Blog on AngularJs - Boot Strap for VIsualforce

Let’s go through the set of steps with sample code for the implementation of AngularJS with Bootstrap on a Visualforce page. Continue reading

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Seven Reasons That Make Salesforce.com the #1 CRM Application

1.      Easy to use and User-Friendly Interface

Salesforce CRM is easy to use because it’s a cloud based technology and it can be accessed from multiple kind of devices like Mobile phones, Tablets, PCs via browser. You can install the Salesforce1 app in your Android based phone/ Tablets or iPhone, iPad etc. for easy access. It has a user friendly interface to navigate b/w tabs.

2.      Easy to setup and Easy to integrate with multiple kind of systems.

If you are using any other system before salesforce, you can easily import your existing data into salesforce or integrate your old system with salesforce to sync the old data.
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