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Leo DarkstarLeo Darkstar 

Do I need an @InvocableMethod on the 2nd method of a class ?

I'm calling a class through the Process Builder. It has two methods within it, with one having using a @Future method being used on it. I'm using the @InvocableMethod on the first method of the class in order to be able to call it from a Proc Builder. But I didn't use it on the method, and I'm not seeing that method in my debugs. At first I thought maybe it was because it had a @Future annotation on it, but I'm seeing other FutureHandlers in the debug, so I'm guessing that's not it. 


Do I need to use another @InvocableMethod with that method as well ? If so, is it even possible to use an @InvocableMethod on a method which already has a @Future associated with it ? 


Here is that method at the end of the class. I'm not including the entire class because I want to try and keep it simple, but if you think I need to include that as well I can do that. 


    public static void pardotCallout(String contactId) {
        String returnedResponseFromPardot = Http_Utility_Pardot.pardotCreateProspect(new Set<Id> {contactId});
        System.debug('TESTER DEBUGGER-POST-FUTURE2');        

Any help you can provide will be very appreciated. 
AnudeepAnudeep (Salesforce Developers) 
As far as I know, we need to declare a method as @InvocableMethod to be able to call it from a process builder
public class DeleteUnacceptedQuotes
    public static void QuoteDelete(List OpportunityIds)
        List Quotes =[select id from quote
                          where in :OpportunityIds
                       and Status != 'Accepted'];
        delete Quotes;

If you want to call a future method from process builder, it should be like this
public class LightningProcessBuilder {
    public static void sendEmailToOwner(List<String> listUserNames) {
    public static void callEmailSend(List<String> listUserNames) {
        //Write the logic.
       //If it is a call out, use callout = true in future annoation