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006 - Substitution Strings, Bind Variables, and APEX Links

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Do you use &SESSION. when you build an APEX link? You may be unknowingly killing your database performance. Watch and learn why. Companion blog: http://rimblas.com/blog/2016/09/video-006-substitution-strings-bind-variables-and-apex-links/ Make sure you also review: http://connormcdonald.wordpress.com/2016/06/09/parsing-no-big-deal-eh/
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Tom Douglas (4 months ago)
Nice and clear explanation
Nikola Novkovic (2 years ago)
all i wanted to find out is how to put date into Navigation Bar List. But SYSDATE_YYYYMMDD does not do the job. i want dd.mm.yyyy. format, so i was hopping to find out how to make that substitution string. BUT I WATCHED THIS VIDEO. and there goes my hope for learning Apex... :) thanks for making me wanna be a farmer :D just kidding, you helped me realize how much stuff i have to learn... Cheers!
Nikola Novkovic (2 years ago)
Thank you, I will look into it!
Jorge Rimblas (2 years ago)
Thank you for watching, glad you learned something new. You could create an "Application Item", for example G_SYSDATE. Set it's value with an Application Computation of type "On New Instance (new session)". Then you can reference it in your Navigation Bar as usual "&G_SYSDATE."

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