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I already have in my Visualforce page the following:

<apex:page Controller="CandidateController" >

if I add to this: <apex:page standardController="Candidate__c" Controller="CandidateController" getting this error:

Error Error: A custom and standard controller cannot be referenced in the same page.

How do you wire-up the custom Visualforce page to a default button? what I meant is that if you click on the New or New Candidate as shown in the below screen shots it gives me the standard page layout but instead I want to override to the Visualforce page.

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There are two steps to override standard action with custom visualforce page.

  1. Create a new visualforce page by defining that object as standard controller as shown below

    <apex:page standardcontroller="Candidate__c"></apex:page>

  2. Override the standard new action of that object.

Go to detail page of your object and look for button related list as shown below

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click on edit against New Label and on the next screen visualforce which you have created in step 1.

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  • Thanks for the help, please see my updated question getting error – Nick Kahn Oct 29 '15 at 19:52
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    that is correct you can't use both at the same time. Make it as follows :<apex:page standardController="Candidate__c" extensions="CandidateController" – Himanshu Oct 29 '15 at 19:53
  • now getting this error Error: Unsupported attribute extension in <apex:page> in Candidate at line 1 column 79 – Nick Kahn Oct 29 '15 at 19:56
  • it is extensions not extension :) – Himanshu Oct 29 '15 at 19:57

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