• Harald Proksch
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In Classic we were using a form post to salesforce.com/oppitm/multilineitem.jsp to default the products/PricebookEntries we want to get added to an opportunity.
This was done in a separate vf page and the form submit was forwarded to multilineitem.jsp.
With Lightning this doesn't work any longer. Is there any solution to pass some products to the "Edit Selected Products" component (which are newly added products)?


I am doing App customization specialist super badge. While checking step 2, I am facing below issue 

Challenge Not yet complete... here's what's wrong: 
There was an unexpected error while verifying this challenge. Usually this is due to some pre-existing configuration or code in the challenge Org. We recommend using a new Developer Edition (DE) to check this challenge. If you're using a new DE and seeing this error, please post to the developer forums and reference error id: RYDPKDSO

Can anyone help me with this?



i am getting below error while completing "Lightning Experience Rollout Specialist Superbadge Step #8"
Challenge Not yet complete... here's what's wrong:
Knowledge must be enabled for the org.
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i have alredy enabled knowledge settings..

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Thank you.

We have Email-To-Case implemented, and the Case Descriptioin field is receiving the Incoming Email message body. 
The Case Descriptioin Standard Field appears in our Case Feed Custom Console Component (and also in the standard layout) as a 'Long Text Area' which is a Text version of the incoming Email message, sent as HTML. 

How can I wokraround this, and present the HTML in Case Description? 
I thought of creating a custom Rich Text field (i.e - 'Description - HTML'), and use a Formula to 'copy' the data from the 'Case Description' field, but it appears the Formula throws the following error: 
"Error: You referenced an unsupported field type called "Long Text Area" using the following field: Description":
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Are there any other workarounds to present the HTML version of the Case Description? 

Thank you,