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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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Bhawna is correct, you cannot call a Lightning Component from a List button directly. In the past, I have implemented something which may be useful in this scenario. Step 1: Create the component you want and make it implement the lightning:isUrlAddressable interface <aura:component implements="flexipage:availableForAllPageTypes,force:appHostable,...


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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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This looks like a list view for a given object. You can edit the buttons that display by editing your list view Search Layout for the given object. Setup --> your desired object --> Search Layouts for Salesforce Classic Click on the down arrow for "List View" layout and select "Edit". From here, you can uncheck standard buttons. For your situation, you're ...


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Unfortunately, you can not compare the value of two fields in the list view filter, It only supports values. But, you can create a list using a custom lightning page and custom lightning component with lightning-datatable. You will need to query the data based on the logged-in users' gender. You have two options for implementation, Aura, and LWC. Check ...


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At the moment there is no way to restrict button visibility on listviews other than what you already mentioned. There is an idea for this marked as in development and should be released in Winter 21 https://success.salesforce.com/ideaView?id=08730000000Br37AAC


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I think it essentially dictates that whether or not the list view can be generated via an SOQL. If you run this query in console SELECT Id, NamespacePrefix, Name, DeveloperName, IsSoqlCompatible, SobjectType FROM ListView ORDER BY IsSoqlCompatible You will see that couple of object have IsSoqlCompatible as false, objects like Apex classes, lightning ...


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Unless you're assigned to those cases as a Case Team Member (there's a filter for that), you'd indeed need a formula field. It's up to you if you want to Set Up Case Teams or not.


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The error ended up happening because it timed out searching through all the data. The workaround was to use an indexed field to filter so it doesn't come up with that error.


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You need to update the page layout. Follow the below steps:- setup | Object Manager | select the object( In your case, it will be opportunity) | Page Layout | Open your page layout | Go to the related list | click on the wrench icon | select the field you want to display | save


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It is a kind of limitation in Salesforce. Check out this Idea:- Allow [Change] owner button to be overriden It says it would be nice to be able to override the "Change" owner button on all records. S-Controls/URL hacks etc. could maybe then be employed to modify/set checkboxes that appear on the "Change" dialogue menus to be defaulted a certain way/...


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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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you can access Listview Columns,Filter Filte scope by Using MetatadataAPI check out here for how to use MetatadataAPI via Apex. public class SFMetadataAPIService { public static void readListViewMD() { MetadataService.MetadataPort service = buildMDAPIService(); MetadataService.ListView listView= (MetadataService.ListView) service.readMetadata( ...


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