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You're on the right track. If you open the Developer Console first, then run your lightning component, then in the debug log section you'll begin to see entries, one for each time that the component reaches out to the server. You can double-click on each entry to view its contents. If the issue isn't on the server side, you can always use console.log() ...


You cannot define a trigger in Execute Anonymous, which is what causes the other compilation errors. You are generally allowed to use parameterized typing in Execute Anonymous and code units (classes and triggers). Also, you may be receiving errors because of the * in your field list. SOQL does not support the "all fields" operator found in SQL; ...


From reading the trailhead apex triggers I use: trigger TotalTriggerAccount on Account (after update) {

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