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So when you consider the following two else if statements. First Statement should have triggered as the conditions met; which is lead Source was 'PPL' and Campaign Name did not contain in the set(Campname), my second else if is the last else if I have within the IF statement which is executing even though my first else if is True. Am I using wrong syntax for does not contain ?

else if((l.LeadSource=='PPC' || l.LeadSource=='PPL') && !            (Campname.contains(l.Campaign_Name__c))) //CampName is a set
{
    ids3.add(l.id);
}

else if()
{
    l.No_match_for_immediate_response__c= true;
}
  • why do you have a blank else if(), why not just have else { l.No_match_for_immediate_response__c= true;} – Rao Jul 14 '15 at 19:31
  • There is a containsIgnoreCase that you might use if the case is inconsistent or you don't care about it in your logic. – Keith C Jul 14 '15 at 19:31
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    Is it possible to provide the debug log? I would be interested to know what the values are in the Campname set and what l.Campaign_Name__c equals. – techbusinessman Jul 14 '15 at 19:34
  • @Rao: I actually removed the logic; since its irrelevant to this. – Sanjay Jul 14 '15 at 19:53
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    Debug logs for the win! – techbusinessman Jul 15 '15 at 14:40
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Well thanks to the Debug !

Campaign Name is getting updated by a team where there is a delay at times and my scheduler class is calling the logic before any Name is provided to Campaign, so at that point the debug returns Campaign Name as 'Null'.

So I included null in the set I'm checking the values from and it worked !!

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