Get code coverage using REST API query

Let’s suppose you need to find all the classes or triggers starting with “MY_” and having 0 lines covered. The REST API query we need would be as follows: /services/data/v29.0/tooling/query/q=SELECT+ApexClassOrTriggerId,+ApexClassOrTrigger.Name,+NumLinesCovered,+NumLinesUncovered +FROM+ApexCodeCoverageAggregate +++WHERE+NumLinesCovered+=+0+AND+NumLinesUncovered+!=+NULL +AND+ApexClassOrTrigger.Name+like+’MY_%25’+ORDER+BY+ApexClassOrTrigger.Name Obviously, it will return a JSON string with the classes and triggers which match the criteria. There are a lot of online […]

Retrieving blob objects from Azure with Apex

Maybe you need to retrieve blobs stored in Azure Storage Services and save them as Salesforce attachments. Let’s suppose we have an attachment base64 encoded stored as a blob in Azure. We could retrieve it with the following snippet: String blobName = ”; String urlQueue = ‘https://.blob.core.windows.net//’ + blobName; string storageKey = ”; Datetime dt […]

CreatedDate in test classes

Finally Salesforce fills the gap and allows you to specify the createddate field within test classes. You only have to use the Test.setCreatedDate method introduced with Spring ’16. @isTest private class CreatedDateTest { static testMethod void test() { Contact c = new Contact(FirstName =’Marc’, LastName = ‘Benioff’); insert c; Test.setCreatedDate(c.Id, DateTime.newInstance(2016, 1, 26)); Test.startTest(); Contact […]

Manage UserTerritory table through REST API

UserTerritory is one of the few objects that don’t allow DML Operations. However, we can manage it through the REST API. We could assign a User to a Territory by using the following APEX code: HttpRequest req = new HttpRequest(); Http http = new Http(); String baseUrl = URL.getSalesforceBaseUrl().toExternalForm(); req.setEndpoint( baseUrl + ‘/services/data/v34.0/sobjects/UserTerritory/’); req.setHeader(‘Authorization’, ‘OAuth […]

Defensive future calls

I would like to talk about the wonderful and simple pattern for making future calls. This pattern was presented by Dan Appleman at one of his sessions at Dreamforce this year. It looks like this: public void CallFuture2() { if(System.isFuture() ||system.isBatch()) defensiveFutureCallSync(); else { if(Limits.getFutureCalls() < Limits.getLimitFutureCalls()) defensiveFutureCallAsync(); else { // error handling } } […]