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Solution Add super() as the first statement in your constructor: constructor() { super(); // this is required console.log('constructing'); } Reason The requirement for a custom element constructor's first statement to be a call to construct the parent class (LightningElement) comes from the HTML: Custom elements spec and is referenced in the LWC ...


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This is due to how Type Systems work. While your ActiveContactListController.ContactsWithRoles object contains an AccountContactRelation object, it (ContactsWithRoles) is not the same as an AccountContactRelation object. The declared return type in your method needs to match (or extend) the type of the variable (or statement) that you actually return. ...


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The entire update will fail. From Apex Developer Guide - Apex Transactions: All DML operations in a transaction either complete successfully, or if an error occurs in one operation, the entire transaction is rolled back and no data is committed to the database. The boundary of a transaction can be a trigger, a class method, an anonymous block of code, a ...


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You have to put apiname Here is the code i used for my requirement and it works properly Here is the link for your reference import { LightningElement, api} from 'lwc'; import { NavigationMixin } from 'lightning-navigation'; export default class Navtab extends NavigationMixin(LightningElement) { @api tabName; @api label; navigateNext() { ...


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In the case of an exception in a trigger, all records involved in that trigger will not be updated, regardless of if allOrNone is set, because Salesforce cannot determine which records were successful. Triggers are synchronous in nature. The "before update" and "after update" simply refers to the half-way point initial commit phase. This initial commit is ...


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The Journey Specification states that: Guarantees that all changes to a journey are atomic, preventing partial data corruption. This means that either all changes are applied, or none. If the update times out, all changes will be discarded, as if nothing ever happened. In the event of an error, the Data Extension will be in the exact state as before ...


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