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I need to fire a Trigger when an Opportunity record is updated and Stage = Closed Won and there is a specific value in the name of the related Opportunity Product.
What's the syntax for this IF statement need to be?

Here's my class thus far:

public static void ConnectCustomerWin(list<Opportunity> oppList, map<id,Opportunity> oldProjectMap) {
        Set<Id> ConnectOppAccounts = new Set<Id>();
        if (oldProjectMap != null){
            for (Opportunity o : oppList) {
                //Find Oppty records where Stage = Closed won and have a Opportunity Product that starts with Connect
                if (o.StageName == 'Closed Won' && o.OpportunityLineItems__r.Product2 == 'Connect'){ //line in question
                ConnectOppAccounts.add(o.accountid);
                }
            }
        }
  • Product2 will return an ID, you need to traverse the relationship to get at the field you are trying to evaluate – Eric Feb 6 '15 at 21:04
  • I'm having troubles with the syntax to traverse the relationship to at the "Name". Do you know what that would be? – John_Henry Feb 10 '15 at 19:29
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Short answer, a single SOQL query will not do this since the OLI (Opportunity Product) can be many records so which one would it be.

What you can do is add a roll up summary on the Opportunity for a count of OLI's with that value, then use that field in your query as a criteria.

Or you could use

[Select ID From Opportunity, (Select ID From OpportunityLineItems__r Where FIELD = VALUE] From Opportunity]

Then you could iterate over the opportunity records and check the size of the OpportunityLineItems__r. If the size of the records matches your criteria, add the ID of the opportunity to a Set<ID> then process the Opportunities in the Set<ID>

  • I wasn't able to resolve my issue with this. Perhaps I should clarify what I'm looking for - I need to find all Opportunities that have Stage = Closed Won and have an Opportunity Product that begins with "Connect". I'm looking for the syntax that would need to go into the If statement. I updated the code in my original post to clarify this as well. – John_Henry Feb 6 '15 at 20:26

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