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There is no available data that conclusively tells you how the record creation was initiated.


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With a few modifications, my lookup will do this. Get it here Use like this: <c-multi-select label="Authors Assigned" options={authors} onchange={handleAuthorChange}></c-multi-select>


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It fires because both Manager__c and TeamDirector__c are not null, so both ORs return true, thus the entire rule returns true, given this is not a new record and at least one field was changed. This should not be one validation rule, but at least two (preferably four, if I understand your intent), one for each field being validated. Trying to combine rules ...


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Create Formula field with: "Owner:User.Department__c"


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From my knowledge, No. But you can always choose to customize your own look up field. Using a open-source Lookup Components built by lwc is a good way to go. sfdc-ui-lookup-lwc is probably the most powerful lookup component so far and me myself is using it, too.


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Given the VF controller has a valid contactId, then creating a Case wouuld look like public PageReference submitCase() { this.feedback = new Case( ContactId = ApexPages.currentPage().getParameters().get('contactid'), Description = '...', Subject = '..' } insert this.feeback; return this.thankyou; } assuming that the ...


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So, the basic pattern you're going to need is the following: getter for the selectList - note the test for null value public List<SelectOption> DExtraList { get { if (DExtraList == null) { ...construct the selectList by querying the objects } return DExtraList; } private set; } action method that is signaled when product ...


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