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Currently, no. That @wire adapter does not allow relative parent (flexipage record Id). On the roadmap (no ETA) is the lightning:relatedList base component, so whenever that is released we might be also supplied the corresponding @wire adapter for custom use. See it near the bottom here: https://help.salesforce.com/apex/HTViewHelpDoc?id=...


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You can use a List View Button that opens a VF page. Then , you can invoke Lightning components from the VF Page using Lightning out.


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I believe this is not possible at this moment. The Recently viewed List View is controlled by the Object's Search Layout which only can contain 1 version for that object. In classic the controller was the Tab element: https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=customize_recent_records_list_lex.htm&type=5 There are several ideas is in the IdeaExchange ...


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Try This : var tablecomp = component.find('WrapperTable'); selectedRows = tablecomp.getSelectedRows(); Where WrapperTable is auraid of your Lightning List View


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The difference between two searches are - List View Search (available from Winter '19) vs. Global Search. Global Search will attempt to search all those records in an Object to which the User has access to. Whereas List View Search only searches for records in that particular list view and is limited to only 2000 records. When you search a list view, ...


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Salesforce doesn't make it easy to do this out of the box, declaratively. This is probably because changing the record type of a record can involve several follow-up steps: Picklist field options can vary by record type, so the values that are currently in those fields may no longer be valid once you change the record type Different record types often have ...


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No, You can't restrict a list view based on profile. There is an idea you can vote Restict Visibility on List Views by Profile Currently, you can only do this using role, group and territory.


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There's a list maintained in the Relative Date Filter Reference. The current list is as follows: YESTERDAY TODAY TOMORROW LAST WEEK THIS WEEK NEXT WEEK LAST n WEEKS NEXT n WEEKS n WEEKS AGO LAST MONTH THIS MONTH NEXT n MONTHS LAST n MONTHS n MONTHS AGO NEXT MONTH LAST 90 DAYS NEXT 90 DAYS LAST n DAYS NEXT n DAYS n ...


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As another user, there is no way to query any ListView record where the person creating it selected "Visible only to me". As you already found, the Metadata API makes this clear, and there are no exceptions in other APIs either.


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There is some coding involved to get this running but you shouldn't need to start from scratch. You'll need to update your columns array so that at least one column is sortable ("sortable": true), then set the sortedBy attribute on your datatable with the name of the column that the table is sorted by when the component loads. From the lightning-datatable ...


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As far as I know, we cannot use {!GETRECORDIDS($ObjectType.Account)} to redirect to a Lightning component via URL. There is another alternative using a Visualforce page, whereby the VF processes the selected recordids from list view then redirects to the lightning component. Hope this helps See working example below for account object Visualforce page &...


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GETRECORDIDS() does not seem to work with URLFOR calling a lightning component. There is an alternative using a Visualforce page that in turn calls the lightning component, here is the procedure for account list view: Create a visualforce page of type standard list controller In visualforce constructor method, retrieve list of selected records in list ...


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The Lightning list view will does not allow you add the list view actions of all types. It will only allow custom actions of type Create a record or update a record. You already using the update a record custom action. If you just want users to see a confirmation window, You can go with visualforce page having Standard List Controller. Read more here:- ...


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Are you adding a standard button or a custom button? There might be no customizable standard buttons for the object you are trying to add it to. Documentation link.


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When unit testing standardsetcontrollers, one doesn't normally construct the URL parameters because the VF controller has access to what is provided in URL params using methods. Apex doc getSelected() and setSelected(SObject[] sobjects) getFilterId() getListViewOptions() // returns available filters for use in setFilterId() The unit test method should mock ...


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You can't do this "out of the box," but you also don't need a custom page. Instead, you just need a custom field and a bit of configuration. First, create a new DateTime field on Case for "latest email". Then, create a new Process Builder on Email Message to update the Case when an email comes in. Finally, you can create list views to leverage this new field....


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