An end user reports that a Lightning component is performing poorly.
Which two steps should to taken in production to investigate? Choose 2 answers
Universal Containers (UC) currently does not development in its full copy sandbox.
Recently, UC has projects that require multiple developers to develop concurrently. UC is running into issues with developers making changes that cause errors In work done by other developers.
Additionally, when they are ready to deploy, many unit tests fail which prevents the deployment.
which three types of orgs should be recommended to UC to eliminate these problems?
Choose 3 answers
A business currently has a process to manually upload orders from its external Order Management System (OMS) into Salesforce.
This is a labor intensive process since accounts must be exported out of Salesforce to get the IDs. The upload file must be updated with the correct account IDs to relate the orders to the corresponding accounts.
Which two recommendations should make this process more efficient?
Choose 2 answers
Universal Containers (UC) has an CRP system that stores customer information.
When an Account is created in Salesforce, the FRP system's REST endpoint for creating new customers must automatically be called with the Account information, If the call to the ERP system fails, the Account should still be created. Accounts in UC org are only created, one at a time, by users in the customer on-boarding department.
What should a developer to make the call to the CRP system's REST endpoint7
According to1, REST API provides you with programmatic access to your data in Salesforce. You can use REST API to make HTTP requests to Salesforce endpoints and perform operations on your data.However, you also need to authenticate your requests using OAuth endpoints2.
According to3, you can use Queueable Apex to schedule batch send the data from Salesforce to another system using REST API. Queueable Apex allows you to run asynchronous jobs that can be chained and monitored. You can call a Queueable class from a trigger to enqueue the job after an Account is created.
Therefore, using a Queueable from a Trigger seems to be the best way to make the call to the ERP system's REST endpoint.
AW Computing (AWC) handles orders in Salesforce and stores its product inventory in a filed, inventory_c, on a custom object.
product_c. When an order for a product_c placed, the Inventory_c field is reduced by the quantity of the order using an Apex trigger.
AWC wants to real-time inventory reduction for a product to be sent to many of its external systems, including some future systems the company is currently planning.
What should a developer add to the code at the placeholder to meet these requirements?