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I have tried all the ways still its not working. Can you please help....

Trigger:

trigger UserDelegatedApproverExpiration on User (before update){

    for(User u: Trigger.new)
    {
       String ecUrl = URL.getSalesforceBaseUrl().toExternalForm()+'/apex/delegatedUser?id='+u.id;
       String ecMsg = '<a style=\'color:1B2BE8\' target="_blank" href="'+ecUrl+'"> Here </a>';

         if(u.DelegatedApproverId != null){
            if(u.Delegated_Approver_Expiration_Date__c == null && u.Delegated_Approver_Start_Date__c == null){
             u.addError('<br/>Please enter Delegated Approver from '+ ecMsg +' <br>', True);
        }
      }       
    }
 }

Error :

Error: Invalid Data. 
Review all error messages below to correct your data.
<br/>Please enter Delegated Approver from <a style='color:1B2BE8' target="_blank" href="https://cs26.salesforce.com/apex/delegatedUser?id=00560000002OwWGAA0"> Here </a> <br>
  • Markup has no place in a trigger context. Think about how that would look from data loader. This sort of error message should be added from your controller instead, if you are on a page. – Adrian Larson Sep 28 '16 at 14:06
  • This error message is displaying on User Object(Standard) record. Want to display with the link... – Vivekananda Reddy Sep 28 '16 at 14:15
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The issue you are having is with this line:

u.addError('<br/>Please enter Delegated Approver from '+ ecMsg +' <br>', True);

The second argument needs to be false if you want the HTML link to appear

u.addError('<br/>Please enter Delegated Approver from '+ ecMsg +' <br>', false);

from a sample of code I wrote

foo.addError('blah ' + 
             '<a href="' +
             URL.getSalesforceBaseUrl().toExternalForm()+
             '/' + someId +
             '">' +
             somefriendlyTextForLink +
             '</a>',
             false);
  • Its not possible to display URL error message in USER object. We already contacted SFDC Team. Thank you! – Vivekananda Reddy Oct 12 '16 at 8:35

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