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You can use sfdx force:source:retrieve -m CustomField:[object name].[custom field name] to retrieve the dependencies.


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The answer is usually "create a field in the same object." This is sort of implied by the "rules" of database normalization (the First Normal Form, Second Normal Form, etc). You can do a search to learn more, but basically speaking, all data that isn't duplicated belongs in the same table, and data that would be duplicated should be in ...


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Its may be late but I think will be helpful You can query the documents based on lastModifiedDate column like below. select Id, Title, Description, ContentSize, isDeleted, OwnerId, LastModifiedDate, CreatedDate, FileType, PublishStatus from ContentDocument where OwnerId = 'XXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXXX' and LastModifiedDate > 'CURRENT_DATE' order by LastModifiedDate


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I ended up with Approach 1 i.e created a 'new Object' with a master detail relationship to Account. On the Parent Account Detail page, created a related list to display records of 'New object'. This approach offers scalability and robust reporting capabilities.


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