String str1=SELECT Id from Job_Category__c;
String str2=SELECT Job_Category__c from Requisition__c;
for (Requisition a : Trigger.new)
a.AddError('The Discipline should Be selected According to Job Category');
I can upload this trigger from eclipse to sfdc. but I can't upload the active config. I config the trigger.xml to <active>true<active> and upload it. but it doesn't work. In server the trigger is still deactive.
How can I active the trigger?
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Message Edited by JonP on 02-22-2008 05:49 PM
Today, I can't deploy changes I've made. In the deployment wizard, I get a null pointer error as it's trying to develop a deployment plan.
I changed my class code, but there are no errors and the tests pass, so not sure why it would be bombing like this.
Any ideas what this might be or how to troubleshoot such an error in deployment?
I usually wouldn't be so quick to call this a bug but I have been able to replicate this issue on two different machines.
Force.com IDE: 220.127.116.11801181701
Latest version of Java.
1. Deselect All
2. Sort by Type
1. Sort by Type
2. Deselect All
3. Select a component and then hit Validate it will say, please select at least one component. Hitting Next will cause it to fail.
With that latest release of the toolkit and its ability to deploy nearly every custom object we have a list of about 200 components to sort through when deploying so not have these deselect all and sort abilities makes it a little more difficult.
Message Edited by TehNrd on 02-19-2008 02:45 PM
I’m new to Apex. I did a fresh install of Force.com IDE v3.3 and followed the Quickstart example online to get me going. In the New Project wizard, I selected Force.com > Force.com Project and clicked ‘Next’. Fro my login credentials I entered the username and password that I use to log on to the Developer Edition; by default the “SOAP endpoint” points to the Developer Edition:
Can someone explain why I’m getting this error?
ToolkitConnectionException: INVALID_LOGIN: Invalid username, password, security token; or user locked out.
Thanks in advance!