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I am fairly new in Salesforce, exposed to developer edition only. I would like to know - whether there is any code coverage requirement for an APEX class to be used? I am aware that in Enterprise edition, the requirement is 75%. But I do not know the limit for Developer edition.

I ask because - I have written a Class and when I copy the code and paste in Developer Console > Debug > Open Execute anonymous window, I get expected results. However, when I call the apex class from VisualForce component, I am not getting desired result. The class is supposed to return the Name of a borrower of a book based on given book name. But the borrower's name is returned as blank when called from VF component.

Would appreciate if someone can tell me whether I need to write a test class and get the code coverage to get it working. Thanks.

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Code coverage has nothing to do with the functionality of your code.

The scenario you describe can only be a result of your code.

The code coverage is a tool for understand how much of your code is covered by tests. It does not change the behaviour of your code.

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  • Thanks Nick, for prompt feedback. I will return to this forum with my code.
    – Guha
    Oct 28, 2016 at 3:52
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    @Guha I'd suggest closing this question (i.e. marking it as answered) and starting a new question. The issue will be completely different to this question.
    – Nick C
    Oct 28, 2016 at 3:54
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Code coverage comes into picture when deploying to a production organization. There seems to some problem with your code. Functionality of your doesn't depend on the code coverage.

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  • Thanks Samir, for prompt feedback. I will return to this forum with my code.
    – Guha
    Oct 28, 2016 at 3:53

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