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Is there any limitations to use @future?


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Laxman RaoLaxman Rao

Their are some considerations to use @future like 

  • No more than 10 method calls per Apex invocation
  • No more than 200 method calls per Salesforce license per 24 hours
  • The parameters specified must be primitive dataypes, arrays of primitive datatypes, or collections of primitive datatypes.
  • Methods with the future annotation cannot take sObjects or objects as arguments.
  • Methods with the future annotation cannot be used in Visualforce controllers in either getMethodName or setMethodName methods, nor in the constructor.

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