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i get "SELECT id, abdulking__Knowledge_Linked_Artical__c ^ ERROR at Row:1:Column:12 No such column 'abdulking__Knowledge_Linked_Artical__c' on entity 'KnowledgeArticleVersion'. If you are attempting to use a custom field, be sure to append the '__c' after the custom field name. Please reference your WSDL or the describe call for the appropriate names." This above ERROR how to fetch all Fields From KnowledgeArticleVersion Object.

Note: If you have any idea give examples other wise leave it.. Don't give Nagative Mark ... Thanks

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If you have create an article type name xyz then KnowledgeArticleVersion API name will be xyz_kav.

For more information, refer KnowledgeArticleVersion

Here is an example from documentation.

SELECT Id, Title
FROM Offer__kav
WHERE PublishStatus='Draft'
AND Language = 'en_US'
WITH DATA CATEGORY Geography__c AT (france__c,usa__c) AND Product__c ABOVE dsl__c
  • Thanks u r Replay, i tried this query its working, But i,m asking How to use Custom Fields in KnowledgeArticleVersion Object. – ali Aug 10 at 7:52
  • KnowledgeArticleVersion object doesn't allow to create custom fields, though we can able to create custom fields in Article Types – Santanu Boral Aug 10 at 7:57
  • Yes, i already Did that one, Creating a Field in article but i need to Query the article Custom Fields in KnowledgeArticleVersion... give me any some Examples ... above i mention screen shot please refer... my "Linked Article Fields" – ali Aug 10 at 9:11
  • Hi @Santanu Boral ..... I have a two articles, like Offer__kav and Offer_order__kav , How to Query This Two Objects Related All Fields.... Please give any suggestion. For Ex: i tried ::: List<List<SObject>> search_results = [FIND 'SFDC' RETURNING abdulking__Baahubali_2_Artical__kav(Title), abdulking__Baahubali Artical_1(Title,)]; This is Not Working.... – ali Aug 10 at 12:23
  • Can you post a separate question taking this comment – Santanu Boral Aug 10 at 12:26

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