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For below query:

System.debug([SELECT Id, Account_lookup__r.Account_Number__c FROM Case]);

I'm getting:

12:05:52:125 USER_DEBUG [1]|DEBUG|(Case:{Id=5003C000001YKoSQAW}, Case:{Id=5003C000001YKoNQAW}, Case:{Id=5003C000001YKoIQAW}, Case:{Id=5003C000001YKoDQAW}, Case:{Id=5003C000001YKo8QAG}, Case:{Id=5003C000001YKo3QAG}, Case:{Id=5003C000001YKnyQAG}, Case:{Id=5003C000001YKntQAG}, Case:{Id=5003C000001YHQLQA4}, Case:{Id=5003C000001YH0RQAW}, ...)

Now how to access that.

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  • Hi Amit, you post this comment on all my questions please use the screenshot provided to you in previous question it is the same. Thanks – Mobidoubts Aug 1 '18 at 7:10
  • Hi Amit please use this link to see the details: salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/223691/… – Mobidoubts Aug 1 '18 at 7:25
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The Account_Number__c field that you want to access is on the record related through the Account_lookup__r relation, assuming it is the standard Account object, you would want to do:

list<Case> Cases = [SELECT Id, Account_lookup__r.Account_Number__c FROM Case];
for ( Case c : Cases ){
    System.debug( c );
    Account a = c.Account_lookup__r;
    System.debug( a );
}

If you want to assign to a variable the value of the Name field of the record being referenced by the lookup, you would need to declare a String type variable (since the Name field is a text string), and then use the assignment operator (=) to give it a value.

list<Case> Cases = [SELECT Id, Account_lookup__r.Name FROM Case];
for ( Case c : Cases ){
    System.debug( c );
    Account a = c.Account_lookup__r;
    if ( a != NULL ){
        String AccountName = a.Name;
        System.debug( AccountName );
    }
}
  • Possibly need to use getsobject here but maybe not – Eric Aug 1 '18 at 7:05
  • Thanks! martin I can access the value now, Although It is giving null value. – Mobidoubts Aug 1 '18 at 7:07
  • Alright @Eric let me try with the getsobject. – Mobidoubts Aug 1 '18 at 7:11
  • @Mobidoubts since the case records in your question don't have the Account_lookup__c field populated, I would expect them to produce null in the debug statement here. – martin Aug 1 '18 at 7:12
  • I voted up for this answer. \m/ – Mobidoubts Aug 1 '18 at 7:12

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