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I have a SOQL query with a lot of filters and I want to group the results and process objects which match a certain filter. For eg. I could have a query where I want to process different kind of leads differently,

List<Lead> leads = [Select id,name,ownerId from Lead where rating = 'Hot' or leadsource='Web' or name like 'Sam%'];

For rating = 'Hot' , I want to change the ownerId to 'X'.

For leadSource ='Web', I want to change the ownerId to 'Y'

For name like 'Sam%', I want to change to a queue

I can think of 2 ways of doing this -

1) To have different queries for individual filters and process the objects

2) Or to loop over the results and have an if/else statement to identify the action

Is there any other way to optimize it? Can I group the results based on filters?

  • Option 2 with if else is better. – Raul Oct 22 '17 at 10:47
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Lead assigment rules not be the best in your situation?

https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=creating_assignment_rules.htm&type=5

  • No, want to do it using apex since there is a lot of other processing also happening on the results. – user1104 Oct 22 '17 at 13:14
  • One does not exclude the other in my opinion. – Adamo Oct 23 '17 at 17:32

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