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Mobile Responsive Testing is simply a Testing Process performed to make sure that your website or an app is working appropriately on all types of devices.
Whether it an app or website, they need to ensure that they are accessible from any device, anytime, anywhere.
The following article elaborates in the detail on the how to use the above element when creating your performance testing scripts for Salesforce Lightning in JMeter
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Dynamic forms transform static data entry into an intuitive experience. It gives the ability to configure record detail fields and sections inside the Lightning App Builder. It comes with a brand-new standard Lightning Component called “Field Section”. Components can be added to the page and selected fields will be added to the section and apply a filter if necessary (It’s a Summer’20 Release feature).
Integration plays a significant role in this fast-growing IT world. Integration tools allow us to communicate and share the data between applications. Businesses are in need to have the latest integration tool to work much faster. There are too many integration tools in real world. In this article, we will see about one of the best integration tools called Zapier.
Dynamic Actions in Salesforce allow users to choose which actions need to appear in the Highlights Panel on the object’s record page. Hence, we can now control visibility of each action based on factors that we specify.
The Google BigQuery connector allows users to perform different operations on the Google BigQuery instance from Anypoint Platform/Anypoint Studio. BigQuery is Google’s fully managed, petabyte scale, low cost analytics data warehouse. The connector exposes Google BigQuery operations by executing their API calls as per configuration. It supports various operations related to Dataset, Table, Job, etc.
Security testing is one of the non-functional testing methods. It is performed to find the flaws, or any vulnerabilities present in the security mechanism of the system. Thus, ensuring that the application is secure and fixing any security lapses are very important.
This feature was introduced in Summer 19, and it allows us to send the customized notifications to multiple users when important events occur; for example, notify users when a big deal is closed. We can fully customize the notification based on our need, and it keeps the other users on same page by providing relevant information at the right time.
In this article, we will discuss the RESTful API Modeling Language (RAML). It is an open-specification language which is built on top of YAML, wherein JSON is used for describing RESTful API resources.
This article will discuss various types of ways we can do secure configuration in the Mule projects. we have taken a few areas as listed below.
• Securing environment properties.
• Securing property files.
• Brief information about securing cloud hub
We have a scenario to assign the record owner to a Queue based on some criteria. The non-admin users are unable to view the value of the Owner field once the Owner field is updated with the Queue. We found the root cause for this issue. One of the features of the Spring 20 release (Require Permission to View Record Names in Lookup Fields (Critical Update) causes this issue.
This article provides fundamental details about integration of MuleSoft and Salesforce and how the integration can be tested using POSTMAN tool. It introduces MuleSoft–which is an integrated software–and Salesforce CRM. In addition, a brief description about basic MuleSoft terms are also explained. Now, let us explore the MuleSoft-Salesforce integration and testing it using POSTMAN tool.
A Permission Set is a collection of settings and permissions that give access to users to various tools and functions. The settings and permissions in Permission Sets are additionally found in profiles, but permission sets broaden users’ functional access without altering their profiles.
User permissions specify what tasks users can perform and what features users can access.
For example, users with the “View Setup and Configuration” permission can view Setup pages, and users with the “API Enabled” permission can access any Salesforce API.