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Display Inaccessible Objects to (Salesforce) Portal Users

It’s quite late, and I can’t think of anything particularly clever to say, so I’ll just get straight to the point. If you’ve ever built a custom portal using Salesforce Sites then you’ve most likely had to navigate your way through the various portal licenses at some point. Let’s see, there’s a Customer Portal, a […]

Summer ’11 Master-Detail Quirk [UPDATED]

*****UPDATE June 30, 2011****** Shortly after this post I was contacted by Salesforce’s Apex product manager who wanted to follow up on this issue and help resolve it.  Major kudos to Salesforce for monitoring the blogosphere and addressing the problems of their partners and customers.  After spending some time trying to recreate this problem the […]

Got Data? A Salesforce and Rapleaf Mashup

Salesforce-Rapleaf Mashup – A 4:00 Overview Any company with customers and/or prospective customers ought to know about customer segmentation.  I mean all customers (and prospective customers) are not equal, right?  Some are older, some are younger.  Some live here, some live over there.  They have different interests, backgrounds, and even purchasing histories.  Customer segmentation gives […]