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Force.com Developer Certification Handbook (DEV401) by Siddhesh Kabe

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Chapter 4. Implementing Business Logic

In the last few chapters, we started with the basics of Force.com. We saw how to create database objects, we created page layouts and tabs. Business logic is the brain of the application; it make sense of the data and also responds to the button clicks of UI.

With Force.com providing an easy way to handle the data and the visual UI, the developers can focus most of their energy and time in developing amazing business logic. As always, Force.com provides us with easy-to-use, point-and click-options to develop business logic.

In this chapter, we connect the data to the view using the controller. We will be seeing:

  • Logic as a service
  • Formulae
  • Validation rules
  • Assignment rules
  • Workflows
  • Approval process

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