Packt is pleased to announce the release of Getting Started with SOQL, a practical, tutorial-based guide that showcases the optimum way to write complex SOQL statements. Aimed at Force.com developers, this book discusses each topic with the help of standard SOQL queries. The print book is 130 pages long and is competitively priced at $27.99, while the eBook and Kindle versions are available for $14.44.
About the author:
Magulan D is a Salesforce.com administrator and developer. He started his career as a PHP developer and also worked as a Siebel CRM developer. Magulan is also a blogger, posting many useful tutorials relating to Salesforce.com development and administration works. Often these are workarounds for problems or issues that people usually face in their development. He has been working as a Salesforce.com developer since 2011.
Getting Started with SOQL will demonstrate how to write effective SOQL statements without hitting the limits set by Salesforce.com. This book will help developers understand the effective use of advanced SOQL statements and also help them implement mechanisms to manage SOQL on Salesforce.
The book clearly shows how to fetch records from multiple objects and sort them with multiple fields, that is, one in ascending order and another field in descending order. Readers will also get familiar with the standards that need to be followed while writing SOQL statements.
Getting Started with SOQL covers the following chapters:
Chapter 1: Introduction to SOQL
Chapter 2: Basic SOQL Statements
Chapter 3: Advanced SOQL Statements
Chapter 4: Functions in SOQL
Chapter 5: Limitations and Best Practices
Chapter 6: Tools with Installation Guidelines
Getting Started with SOQL is aimed at Salesforce.com developers or administrators, especially those who are preparing for the Advanced Developer Salesforce.com certification. For more information, please visit the book's page at http://www.packtpub.com/getting-started-with-soql/book
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For more information, please visit: http://www.packtpub.com/getting-started-with-soql/book