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About the Force.com Workbook
Tutorial #1: Creating a Warehouse Application
Step 1: Create a Merchandise Custom Object
Step 2: Add Description, Price, and Total Inventory Fields
Step 3: Create a Tab
Step 4: Create a Warehouse App
Step 5: Create a Merchandise Record
Tutorial #2: Adding Relationships
Step 1: Create an Invoice Statement Custom Object
Step 2: Create a Line Item Object
Step 3: Relate the Objects
Step 4: Add Invoice Statements to the App
Step 5: Create an Invoice Record
Tutorial #3: Creating Reports and Dashboards
Step 1: Enable Reporting on Objects
Step 2: Create a Tabular Report
Step 3: Create a Summary Report
Step 4: Create a Matrix Report
Step 5: Create a Dashboard
Tutorial #4: Using Formulas and Validation Rules
Step 1: Calculate a Value for Each Line Item
Step 2: Calculate a Value for the Invoice Statement With a Roll-Up Summary Field
Step 3: Check Inventory With a Validation Rule
Step 4: Test the Validation Rule
Step 5: Improve the Validation Rule
Tutorial #5: Using Workfow and Approvals
Step 1: Populate the Line Item Price Using a Workfow Rule
Step 2: Update Total Inventory When an Order is Placed
Step 3: Test the Workfow Rules
Step 4: Create an Email Template
Step 5: Create an Approval Process
Step 6: Create a Custom Profle
Step 7: Create a User
Step 8: Test the Approval Process
Step 1: Create an Apex Trigger Defnition
Step 2: Defne a List Variable
Step 3: Iterate Through the List and Modify Price
Step 4: Test the Trigger
Tutorial #7: Adding Tests to Your Application
Step 1: Create an Apex Test Class
Step 2: Add Test Methods to the Class
Step 3: Write Code to Execute the Trigger
Step 4: Execute the Test
Step 5: View Code Coverage and Improve Tests
Step 3: Add a Stylesheet Static Resource
Step 4: Add a Controller to the Page
Step 5: Display the Inventory Count Sheet as a Visualforce Page
Tutorial #9: Creating a Public Web Page Using Sites
Step 1: Create a Product Catalog Page
Step 2: Register a Force.com Domain Name
Step 3: Create a Force.com Site
Step 4: Confgure and Test the Site
Tutorial #10: Creating a Store Front
Step 1: Create a Controller
Step 2: Add Methods to the Controller
Step 3: Create the Store Front
Step 4: Bonus Step—Updating the Page with AJAX
Tutorial #11: Creating a Desktop App with Force.com Flex
Step 1: Confgure Your Salesforce Personal Information
Step 2: Create an Offine Briefcase Confguration
Step 3: Generate Your Enterprise WSDL
Step 4: Install and Launch Force.com Flex
Step 5: Create a Force.com Flex Project
Step 6: Import Your Enterprise WSDL
Step 7: Set the Force.com Flex Application Component Attributes
Step 8: Create the Inventory Tracker Window Component
Step 9: Testing the Inventory Tracker application
Creating and Logging into a Sandbox
Creating a Project in the Force.com IDE
To create a project in the Force.com IDE:
Delivering Your Application
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