- Log a call been added to Salesforce1 and Lightning experience Actions
- No activity record type
- Global Publisher layout includes log a call
- No additional buttons have been created (so no duplicates)
For what ever reason in the Global Actions it was not showing "Task" in the record type field. Once added it worked.
I didn't have any issues testing it, but this is new to me as well so do some testing for sure.
I created a formula field on the User object called "User Checkbox"
I have a flow that looks like this:
I created a formula value within the Flow that looks like this:
to bring back my User field.
I then used that formula value in a decision element:
I then applied the RunFlow decision to a screen, and left the other one open-ended
I then made this a Login Flow and boom goes the dynamite. During testing I made sure to use a dummy account and profile, so that I didn't accidentally lock myself out of my own developer org if I threw an error, which would have been bad.
Was just setting up Duplicate Management on the Spring Version. Matching rule under duplicate management is not taking date of birth field. I tried separating date of birth into day,month and year but it still is not coming in the picklist for matching. Is there some rule that states date of birth cannot be a matching criteria? Request help.
Yes unfortunately in duplicate management its not taking date of birth field. If you don't want to allow users to enter duplicate date of birth you can use validation rule or trigger as per requirements. If you are not clear and then let me know.
Insert failed. First exception on row 0; first error: DUPLICATES_DETECTED, You're creating a duplicate record. We recommend you use an existing record instead.
Do you experiance this behaviour?
You might have solved this already but I just ran in to the same issue in our Sanbox and found a solution if there's anyone else that runs into this problem!
Background and problem: I wanted to test prevention of Contacts with the same email address so I created and activated a matching rule and a duplicate rule for this. My next step was to create a duplicate record set associated to the matching rule I just created. I created two new contacts with the same email address and no contacts with duplicate emails were added to this Duplicate Record Set.
What I tried then is that I removed my Duplicate Record Set, and tried adding duplicate Contacts again and it worked! Now when I created a duplicate contact a new Duplicate Record Set was created automatically and the duplicate contacts were listed in there :).
It says in the Salesforce Help documentation:
hen a user saves a record that’s identified as a duplicate by a duplicate rule with the report action:
- The saved record and all its duplicates, up to 100, will be assigned to a new or existing duplicate record set...
Solution: It seems like the Duplicate Record Set needs to be created automatically and should be triggered by the first duplicate created, it should not be created manually.
Working on "Administrator Certification Maintenance (Winter ’19)" but couldn't complete my challenge.
I have followed the steps but couldn't complete it. Do someone have any idea about it? Please Help
Hi Alicia - are you experiencing the exact same error as Raj or is the trailhead telling you something different? ("We can't find the task associated with the Case")