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Yes, this is standard logic. When a DML operation starts, a "check point" is implicitly created. During the partial DML operation mode, if any records get an error, the transaction is rolled back to this check point, including any emails sent, jobs queued, future methods, etc. The records that received errors are set aside, and the remaining records are ...


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Your callout is performed synchronously. That is, Apex blocks until a response is received. (Incidentally, this is why you have to make the callout in a @future method and not from a trigger). The @future method as a whole is run asynchronously, but that doesn't affect the synchronous nature of the callout made within it. There is no possibility that your ...


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When you have any doubts with respect to SecureWindow or SecureDocument, you can check Locker API Viewer. requestAnimationFrame is supported for API 46. As LWC as a framework is not yet stabilized/fully mature as of today, we are getting console warnings/errors even for standard features. We need not worry as long as the documentation supports our ...


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