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The issue arises because you haven't inserted test data. I recommend you insert it in @TestSetup method of your TestClass. In the very basic case you can do it next way: @IsTest public with sharing class TestClass { @TestSetup static void dataSetup() { ContentVersion contentVersion = new ContentVersion(); contentVersion.PathOnClient ...


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sObject[] records = new List<sObject>([SELECT ...]) "Waste of Resources" This should never be used. While not incorrect, you're basically copying the list in to a new list, then discarding the old list. As a real-life example, that'd be like going to the store, buying stuff, putting the items in to your car, driving home, taking all the stuff out of ...


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As the error suggests, your issue is on the line where you are calling the method. // orgWideMail[0] is an instance of OrgWideEmail mail = createEmailMessage(emailtemplate, orgWideMail[0], .....); You are passing a single record of type OrgWideEmailAddress when you are calling the method, whereas your method is declared to accept a List<...


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You can create a separate list to keep track of the cases associated to the budgets. This works because of the fact that objects are stored by "reference", meaning that an update to one object in memory affects all its references. Here's how you can do that: List<Case> allCaseList = new List<Case>(); List<Case> budgetCaseList = new List<...


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There is an issue in the loop exit. In case if i equals arr.size() - 1, it will still not exit the loop, but rather try to access i+1 element of an arr array, and that would cause an exception. This is proper code public static List < Integer > getMovingSum(List < Integer > arr) { List < Integer > movingSumList = new List < ...


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Different Optimizations The better way to optimize this code is to remove all of the unnecessary dynamic access and spurious empty checks. There's no need to use this kind of dynamic access when you have statically typed Account objects: if(oldMapAccounts != NULL && oldMapAccounts.containsKey((ID)tempAccount.get('Id'))) This should just ...


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Yes you will get the first element of the List. Try below code for understanding in anonymous window. Map<String, list<Boolean>> mapOfIdAndListBoolean = new Map<String, list<Boolean>>(); mapOfIdAndListBoolean.put('testStr',new List<Boolean>{true,false,true}); system.debug(mapOfIdAndListBoolean); Boolean value = ...


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Using LIKE instead of = will make a comparison and use wildcards(%) in the search. So in your case, a query SELECT Id FROM Account WHERE Name LIKE :name Would transform to: SELECT Id FROM Account WHERE Name LIKE '%a%' Resulting in returning all accounts that have 'a' in their name. If you use = instead, the query will try to find an Account whose name is ...


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you need to pass the function by reference and not invoke it directly while declaration. Later it will be invoked when the event is triggered. PFB: connectedCallback() { window.addEventListener('resize', this.myFunction); } @track count = 0; myFunction = () => { this.count = this.count += 1; console.log('resized => ', this.count); }; Here ...


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