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Recently some of my users started getting messages when opening MS Word that the certificate for Connect for Office has expired. How do I get an updated certificate from Salesforce.com, Inc.? The only solution I have found so far is to uninstall and re-install the Connect for Office, hoping there is an easier way.



I'm trying to figure out a way yo keep track of when changes are made to a handfull of fields in the Products table. There is about 30 custom fields in my products table. I only care about when changes are made to 10 of them. I was going to just use the date last modified field but that would change when any of the fields are modified and I need to track changes to 10 specific fields and store a date. ca I do this with a validation rule? I have DBAmp, and thought about just writing a trigger in SQL 2005 to handle this with an update back to sales force but wanted to find out if there was a better way of doing this.
Thanks for any help you can give.