Sunday, April 3, 2016

Salesforce Spring 16 Release features.

Salesforce Spring 16 Release features.

All new Salesforce orgs now come with duplicate record management features turned on for accounts, contacts, and leads. Now it’s easier than ever to prevent duplicate records in your org. This feature is available in both Lightning Experience and Salesforce Classic. Lightning Experience is supported with Microsoft® Internet Explorer® version 11, Apple® Safari® version 8.x on Mac OS X, and Microsoft® Edge for Windows® 10. The most recent stable versions of Mozilla® Firefox® and Google Chrome™ are also supported. If you’re using Microsoft® Internet Explorer® versions 7–10, you’re redirected to Salesforce Classic. Below are the quick summary of Spring’16 release from user’s / customer’s

Developer Point of view:-

1. View and Address Security Risks Using Health Check : – Now you can see and fix security risks in your Session Settings, Password Policies, and Network Access settings on a single window. A new health check dashboard shows how well your org measures against the Salesforce-recommended baseline. Health Check lets you understand and proactively re mediate your org’s security risks and vulnerabilities from a single page. 

This feature is available in both Lightning Experience and Salesforce Classic.

2. New Change Set Components :- New components are available for deployment. The components available for a change set vary by edition. The Wave Application, Wave Dataset components are now available for change sets.

3. Run Script After Sandbox Creation and Refresh :- To make your sandbox environment business ready, automate data manipulation or business logic tasks. At sandbox creation, specify a single Apex class to perform the tasks. This class executes every time the sandbox is Create an Apex class that implements SandboxPostCopy and specify the class in the textbox.

4. Global Picklist (Pilot) :- Global picklists just got more accessible! This pilot program has been expanded to let more of you (Developer Edition and sandboxes by default, and All other editions with pilot participation) try the feature.

Global picklists let you efficiently reuse a single list of values for multiple custom picklist fields. Easily share picklists across objects by creating picklist fields based on the master list of values

New picklists based on the global picklist inherit its values. When you edit the global picklist, the other picklists that use its values are also updated.

5. Create Test Suites of Commonly Used Apex Test Classes :- You probably have sets of Apex test classes that you regularly run together. For example, perhaps you have test classes that you run every time you prepare for a deployment or Salesforce  releases a new version. You can now create test suites that contain those sets of classes. Rather than selecting all the relevant  classes each time you start a test run, you can simply run one or more test suit

To create a test suite using the Developer Console, select Name | Developer Console | Test | New Suite. You can create or modify test suites that contain up to 200 test classes using the Developer Console.

6. Use @future to Avoid the Dreaded MIXED_DML_OPERATION Error in Apex Tests :- Mixed Data Manipulation Language (DML) operations within a single transaction aren’t allowed. You can’t perform DML on a setup sObject and a non-setup sObject in the same transaction. Instead, you can perform one type of DML as part of an asynchronous job and run the other types in other asynchronous jobs or in the original transaction. This alternative is widely used. However, when this alternative was used within the context of an Apex test, errors still resulted. Salesforce now fixed this bug.

7. Process Builder Enhancement :- There are several enhancements in Process Builder, those are followings

A) Easily Reorder Criteria in Your Process with Drag and Drop :- Save time and clicks by quickly changing the order of criteria and action groups in your process. Just drag and drop it’s that easy. Previously, to change the order, you had to delete and redefine criteria and actions. Criteria are evaluated in the order shown on the canvas.

B) View Field Names in Your Process at a Glance :- Due to limited space, you can rarely see an entire field name. Now you can see what’s being evaluated or updated at a glance. Just hover over the field name in the criteria or action side panel to see the entire name.

C) Easier Mentions in Post to Chatter Actions :- It’s now easy to mention users or groups in Post to Chatter actions. Instead of inserting mentions with a separate field, just use the @ symbol to add mentions directly to the message. For example, type @rake in the message and then select the matching result

D) Send Email Alerts for Tasks and Events :- You can now create email alerts for activities (tasks and events). Once you create an email alert, you can add it to a process, workflow rule, milestone, approval processe, or flow.

8. Add Visualforce Pages to the Lightning Experience Navigation Menu :- You can now customize the Lightning Experience navigation menu by adding Visualforce tabs. This capability already exists in Salesforce Classic and the Salesforce1 mobile app. Now you can do it in Lightning Experience.

9. Determine User Experience Context :- The User.UITheme and User.UIThemeDisplayed global variables and the UserInfo.getUiTheme() and UserInfo.getUiThemeDisplayed() Apex utility methods are improved to support the Salesforce1 mobile app and Lightning Experience. These existing variables and system calls have expanded the range of return values to support the new user experience contexts. Possible return values include the following.
  • Theme1—Obsolete Salesforce theme
  • Theme2—Salesforce Classic 2005 user interface theme
  • Theme3—Salesforce Classic 2010 user interface theme
  • Theme4d—Modern “Lightning Experience” Salesforce theme
  • Theme4t—Salesforce1 mobile Salesforce theme
  • PortalDefault—SalesforceCustomer Portal theme
  • Webstore—SalesforceAppExchange theme
10. Query Records Saved in All Users’ Private Folders :- Use the allPrivate query scope to find or delete reports and  dashboards saved in all users’ private folders. For example, this query returns reports saved inside users’ private folders that haven’t been run in more than one year.

SELECT Id FROM Report USING SCOPE allPrivate WHERE LastRunDate < LAST_N_DAYS:365

11. Upsert Custom Metadata Records :- You can now use the Apex upsertMetadata() function to insert or update custom metadata records.

12. Stricter Enforcement of Access Checks – Lightning Components :- The framework now enforces access check violations. Previously, the access violations only generated warnings. Improved access check enforcement enables component authors to have greater control over ow their components are used. If your code accesses a resource, such as a component or attribute, that doesn’t have an access system attribute allowing you to access it, the code doesn’t execute or returns undefined. You’ll also see a warning in your browser console if you enabled debug mode.

13. Capture Design Variables with Lightning Components Tokens (Developer Preview) :- You can reuse design tokens throughout your Lightning components CSS resources. Tokens make it easy to ensure that your design is consistent, and even easier to update it as your design evolves. To create a tokens bundle using the Developer Console, select Name | Developer Console | File | New | Lightning Tokens (Developer Preview ) 


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