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MetadataService: A Useful Base Library for Flow Developers

MetadataService is a subset of Andy Fawcett’s legendary Apex-Mdapi metadata service project, slimmed down and packaged to be useful to Flow Developers as a dependency. If you’re using these metadata deployment and retrieval services in your own Flow Action or Screen Component, consider simply requiring that this package be installed as a prerequisite Learn more […]

Developer Memo: Working With Metadata Service

There are some powerful data structures that are currently available only through retrieval and deployment via the metadata API. For example, the Process Builder Converter tool works by first retrieving a process builder process as a piece of flow metadata, then editing the metadata so it can be opened in Flow Builder, and then deploying […]

Create or Update with the new ‘Upsert Records’ Action

Use UpsertRecords when you want to take a collection that may or may not already exist in the database and save it. If the records in the collection have valid Id values, the corresponding records in the database will be updated with the flow’s collection. If not, new records will be created and saved. UpsertRecords […]

Video Highlights from June Flow Demos

June was a big month for Flow demo videos. First we had Summer ’20 Release Readiness Live, with special cameos by my mother-in-law’s dog, a baby, and a dubious plant. A week later, at TrailheaDX, another Flow presentation was given. This one included a sneak preview of two upcoming blockbuster features: Multicolumn Screens and Autolayout […]