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I had the same requirement to self refresh a component. The details are discussed below briefly. The approach is based on the idea suggested by Fabien above. Steps to Self Refresh a Component SCENARIO :: The scenario is to create a Contact record via LDS. I have a Lightning Card with the Contact Input Fields. Once the Contact is saved I wanted to refresh ...


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In your lightning component bundle, allow Lightning Tab as a target: <LightningComponentBundle xmlns="http://soap.sforce.com/2006/04/metadata"> <targets> <target>lightning__Tab</target> </targets> </LightningComponentBundle> Go to Setup > Tabs > Lightning Component Tabs. Click New, then choose your ...


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The issue was the event who builds RootCMP I was building it using just an aura:if and solved it loading dynamically de RootComponent. In the solution I replaced the aura:if with an attribute of type Component. and it is being loaded with a function like this: loadRootCMP: function(component) { $A.createComponent("c:RootCMP", { ...


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I have this fixed. To add the social tab to will need to do the following: Go to setup > Object Manager >Case select page layouts and your Case Layout in the Case layout select "Mobile & Lightning Actions" Select the Social box Drag it to the "Salesforce Mobile and Lightning Experience Actions" Quick Save


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As per the error depicts, you cannot add utility components to the Classic Salesforce app, to be able to do this, you need to have a Lightning Experience version of the app.


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if I'm not mistaken, the issue here is that you are trying to run this flow as a portion of a visual force page. If this is the case, then it will not work, as flows that are embedded in a visual force page will run using the classic runtime regardless of if lightning runtime for flows is enabled or not. More information can be found below: https://help....


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