Mulesoft Session Day 6

Mulesoft for Absolute Beginners – Session 6

Hi Everyone, We have completed the Session 6 of our Mulesoft for Beginners Series. Here is what we have covered Choice Router SCATTER – GATHER Validation HTTP Request Please provide your valuable feedback so that we can improve ourselves. Loading… As promised, here is the assignment for the Day 6 Read More

Record Level Security in Salesforce

Record Level Security in Salesforce

Hi Everyone, In this blog post, we will talk about how to record level security works in salesforce and what happened behind the scenes. If you have not read the previous blog about ORG Level Security and Object Level Security then refer to this Link. Here is the picture representation Read More

Object Level Security in Salesforce

Hi Everyone, In this blog, we are going to learn about how object level security works in salesforce. Once you are inside your home, and there are various rooms. Which room you can access is defined by your pfile.  Room in your house are equivalent to Objects in salesforce. Items Read More

Organization Level Security in Salesforce

Hi Everyone, In this blog post, we are going to talk about what is org level security in salesforce, how to secure salesforce organization & what happens behind the scene when you try to login into salesforce. Security Model in Salesforce – There are main 4 level of security in Read More

Create rollup summary field using Flow Builder

Create roll-up summary field using flow builder in salesforce

Salesforce | Roll-Up Summary using Flow  What is a Roll-Up Summary field? A roll-up summary is a field that calculates values from related records. For example, you can calculate the average number of closed opportunities, or the average amount of closed opportunities, or the SUM, MIN, MAX number.  Limitations according Read More

Mulesoft Session #2 – Designing Mulesoft APIs

Hi Everyone, We have completed our second session We have covered the below topics in the Session. Create API Spec using RAML – Hands-On Create API Spec using RAMLfor Multiple Resources Using !include, types and type in RAML – Publish API specification to Exchange Here is the assignment for Session Read More