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I have a map map like that and I wanted to know if I could get all the occurrences of my key in one and the same list (without making a loop).

Would you be able to do that?

@future
public static void setRepartition(Set<ID> idOpps){

     Map<ID, Map<ID, OpportunityTeamMember>> wrapper = new Map<ID, Map<ID, OpportunityTeamMember>>();
     Map<ID, OpportunityTeamMember> opportunitiesTeamMember = new Map<ID, OpportunityTeamMember>();

     for (ID oppID : idOpps){
          opportunitiesTeamMember =new Map<ID, OpportunityTeamMember>();
          opportunitiesTeamMember = wrapper.get(oppID);

     //code

     }
}

Thanks !

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As of now there is no method of map like map.getAll to get all values of map by passing keySet.

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  • So I have to go through a loop to add as I go along ? – cpt_3n0x Nov 2 '18 at 9:40
  • Yes. the way you are already doing. – Radhe Radhe Nov 2 '18 at 9:41

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