Is there a way using a Flow (Process Builder directly, if possible) to do something on a record AFTER it is COMMITTED?
To be clear: literally at the end of the standard Order Of Execution (doesn't have to be "before" the "post-commit logic").
I'm trying to circumvent issues with managed packages (mainly Rootstock) where when an Account is created (and the RS Customer checkbox is true), it creates a RS Customer record at the same time, and I cannot interact (such as pushing the ID of the RS Customer record to the Account) due to Order Of Execution and Rootstock's (hidden) Apex, using Workflows or Process Builder.
I can't help but think a Flow might do the trick, but I've not figured it out yet.
- When NEW record 'objA' is inserted
- NEW record 'objB' is inserted
- 'objB' has LOOKUP to 'objA'
- WAIT for record 'objA' (and 'objB'??) to COMMIT
- Copy a value from 'objB' record to 'objA'
The Process Builder to copy a value from 'objB' record to 'objA' record works fine normally - "child, write a value to parent record".