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I've created a custom button called Commit and I'm trying to call the following method using action = {!.commit},

Apex below

Unexpected token: commit line 113

Do I need to do anything else to be able to call commit in my VF?

  • After removing dot.. still getting error... – Ratan Paul Mar 10 '16 at 9:34
  • Not sure why my previous comment was deleted, {!.commit} was a typo. I'm getting an Compile error on Line 113 after PageReference – Nikz_Kool Mar 10 '16 at 9:37
  • Can you post more code here? – Oles Malkov Mar 10 '16 at 9:47
  • Error Error: BPSection Compile Error: The method void save() is referenced by Visualforce Page (BrokerProfileSection) in salesforce.com. Remove the usage and try again. at line 113 column 17 - That's the new error. I've removed all reference to the save(), thanks @ Keith C – Nikz_Kool Mar 10 '16 at 9:59
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The problem is probably that "commit" is a reserved word in Apex so you can't use it as a method or variable name. (When the compiler encounters such a word it has special meaning, it's part of the language.) Use a different name in the code and in the Visualforce.

Apex has a lot of these - see Reserved Keywords.

  • This really great to know.. Keith C.. have you used this keyword some where. I never used this. I am just wondering where salesforce used this keyword. – Ratan Paul Mar 10 '16 at 10:14
  • @Ratan No I haven't; I think they just reserved the word in case they ever wanted to introduce the concept in the future. – Keith C Mar 10 '16 at 11:26

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