Monthly Archives: April 2010

Salesforce.com : What is Cloud Computing ?


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Box.net and Salesforce.com


Box.net makes it easy for your business to share, access and manage all of your content online, and now, within Salesforce CRM. Organize all of your documents in a familiar multi-layered folder structure and invite others to view, share and … Continue reading

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Case Management : Business Process


A) Round-Robin Case Assignment – Evenly distributes cases to a pool of users using a simple round-robin algorithm. This scenario uses an auto number custom field on Case called “CaseNumber” that has a simple display format of “{0}” with no … Continue reading

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Force.com Development – Best Practices


A) Implement business rules using Salesforce.com Validation Rules on the object instead of implementing them on presentation layer. – This allows easy maintenance and minimal implementation effort. – VF page respects all validation rules defined on Object. In case a … Continue reading

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Whitelist 34 different Salesforce IP Addresses


Salesforce.com sends email from 34 different IP addresses. If your organization blocks any of these IP addresses, users might not receive all email sent from Salesforce.com. The Salesforce.com IP ranges are: 202.129.242.64 to 202.129.242.65 204.14.232.64 to 204.14.232.79 204.14.234.64 to 204.14.234.79 … Continue reading

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Salesforce Chatter Developer Preview Tech Talk


Salesforce Chatter is a new collaboration platform that lets you build collaborative cloud-computing applications on Force.com, applications enhanced with rich user profiles, status updates, feeds for monitoring applications and users, and more. In this webinar you will: Watch the webinar, … Continue reading

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