Getting Started with SOQL

More Information
Learn
  • Discover how to write effective SOQL statements
  • Find out about the standards to be followed while writing SOQL statements
  • Understand the effective use of advanced SOQL statements
  • Fetch records from multiple objects
  • Sort records with multiple fields
  • Get to know about the tools that support the execution of SOQL statements and their installation guidelines
  • Understand the functional areas within SOQL queries
  • Implement mechanisms to manage SOQL on Salesforce
About

This practical guide will tell you everything you need to know about SOQL statements. You will learn the optimum way to write complex SOQL statements with this easy-to-understand guide. Beginning with basic SOQL statements, you will progress quickly onto more advanced statements, such as how to filter multiselect picklist values to escape sequences.

This book will teach you how to sort records with more than one field, sorting with more than one field–one in ascending order and another field in descending order—and sorting null records in the first or in the last. You will learn about all the features provided while you are writing SOQL statements. This book will make you a SOQL expert by teaching you how to write SOQL statements in an optimized and effective way.

Features
  • Write optimized SOQL statements
  • Discover the standards to follow while writing SOQL statements
  • Learn how to write SOQL statements without hitting the limits set by Salesforce.com
Page Count 130
Course Length 3 hours 54 minutes
ISBN 9781783287352
Date Of Publication 15 Apr 2014

Authors

Magulan D

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. During his career as a PHP developer, he created many sites.

_x000D_

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.