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windows:how_does_it_work:declarative_development:field_usage_report:sobject_fields [2018/04/05 13:07]
Kate Gavrysh
windows:how_does_it_work:declarative_development:field_usage_report:sobject_fields [2018/04/05 14:56]
Kate Gavrysh
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 ====== sObject fields ====== ====== sObject fields ======
-sObject fields - Salesforce formula field icon for the Field Usage Report Formulas, Salesforce sObject'​s field default value icon for the Field Usage Report Default Values, Salesforce rollup summary icon for the Field Usage Report Rollup Summary, Salesforce lookup relation filter icon for the Field Usage Report Lookup filters, Salesforce dependent picklist icon for the Field Usage Report Dependent Picklists 
  
-Whenever your search field is used in any other field in your organization ​The Welkin Suite will handle this situation and will highlight you such case.+The Welkin Suite scans for a certain field all sObject fields: 
 +  * **Formulas**,​ 
 +  * **Default Values**, 
 +  * **Rollup Summary**,​ 
 +  * **Lookup filters**,​ 
 +  * **Dependent Picklists**. 
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 +Whenever your search field is used in any other field in your organizationThe Welkin Suite will handle this situation and will highlight you such case.
  
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-There'​s no so much to explain, as it is pretty simple and clear, but anyway: +In the Field Usage Report you can find information about:
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-  * If your field is used in any expression in a formula field or as a default value. +
-  * If a field is used in a rollup summary field. +
-  * If it's used as an expression within a lookup filter on the same or another sObject. +
-  * If a search field is a picklist and if it is controlling or controlled by any other picklist+
  
-When you'd double-click on any field in the Field Usage Reportthe IDE will open its built-in sObjects inspector where you'll be able to modify ​a field using plain XML or a GUI editor.+  * if your field is used in any expression in a formula field or as a default value, 
 +  * if a field is used in a roll-up summary ​field
 +  * if it's used as an expression within a lookup filter on the same or another sObject, 
 +  * if search field is a picklist and if it is controlling or controlled by any other picklist.
  
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