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In the given scenario, serialization occurs twice in the last three lines, and it is a cause of an observed scenario. A better way to approach this could be using of Map<String, Object> instead of Map<String, String> and perform serialization once. It would works since any entity is an Object. For example: Map<String, Object> mapToSerialize ...


That's expected. When you try to print out a javascript object on the page you'd get [object Object] - Your map is most likely reaching the lightning component. Did you check the console.log output in the browser ? Please put the output here for more clarity. If all is well, you should be able to see the Map ...


This shall work perfectly with above method. @isTest private static void testSendMail(){ List<Map<Object, Object>> jsonMap = new List<Map<Object, Object>>(); Map<Object, Object> tempMap = new Map<Object, Object>(); tempMap.put('title' , 'Title1'); tempMap.put('link' , 'https://www....


Just use get method as you would on SObject. AggregateResult aggregateRecord = aggregates.get(...); Date aggregateValue = (Date)aggregateRecord.get('dateMax'); If you hadn't given the field an alias, it would instead be .get('expr0').

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