The workaround is to create a formula field to return this information:
- Create a formula field of type Date/Time.
- Set the formula equal to the LastModifiedDate or CreatedDate fields.
- Finish creating the field.
- If necessary, add the new field to the layouts of custom report types.
- Create a new report and add the field as a column or grouping. Was this information helpful?
How to get last modified date of an employee in Salesforce?
You can fetch the lastmodified date through SOQL query : Employee__c obj = [select id, lastmodifieddate from Employee__c where lastmodifieddate <= system.now ()]; Did you get an answer for this. I guess the detail can be retrieved using meta data API. Unfortunately we will not be able to use that in Apex code.
How to get the last modified date of a custom field?
There are also two ways to do that: listMetadata in Metadata API or query in Tooling api. When you change field or add a new custom field “lastModifiedDate” of an Object won’t be changed ! You should query CustomField to get date of field modification.
How do I display the last modified date in a report?
Some reports will display the date value for Last Modified Date or Created Date fields, though the fields are date/time. The workaround is to create a formula field to return this information: Create a formula field of type Date/Time.
Can I use last modified date of particular field in apex class?
If it is possible then how can I use that last modified date of particular field in Apex Class? Show activity on this post. Is this possible? As Vamsi Krishna mentioned in a comment on your question, this is possible. Method 1 is the easiest to set up, and scales up to 20 fields (this is a limit imposed by Salesforce).
What is last modified date Salesforce?
‘LastModifiedDate’ is the date and time when a record was last modified by a User, and ‘SystemModstamp’ is the date and time when a record was last modified by a User or by an automated process (such as a trigger.)
How do I get the last modified by name in Apex?
To get Last Modified User and not current user.Get the LastModifiedId’s of all records and query on User object to get the user’s information.Query on the same record with LastModifiedBy.Username field as related field won’t be available in the context variables. Select Id, Name, Lastmodifiedby.Username from ObjectName.
What is SystemModstamp in Salesforce?
SystemModstamp is the date and time when a record was last modified by a user or by an automated process (such as a trigger). In this context, “trigger” refers to Salesforce code that runs to implement standard functionality, rather than an “Apex trigger”.
How do I change the last modified by in Salesforce?
Unfortunately you won’t be able to change the “last modified by” field, as this is a system field that is read only. You’ll need to apply an update to the records in question as the system administrator, which will overwrite the “last modified by” field through standard behaviour.
How do I find out when my LWC was last modified by?
You can follow the below steps. Setup > Custom Code > Lightning Components. Under Lightning Components, click on Lighting Components option. Then click on any lightning component to see the Created By and Modified By details.
What triggers last modified date in Salesforce?
LastModifiedDate is automatically updated whenever a user creates or updates the record. LastModifiedDate can be updated to any back-dated value if your business requires preserving original timestamps when migrating data into Salesforce.
Is LastModifiedDate indexed in Salesforce?
No, R&D confirmed that LastModifiedDate is not indexed by default. However SystemModstamp is already indexed . For small set of data you will not notice any difference, but for large amount of data LastModifiedDate will not give you results faster . To return records faster, use systemModStamp field.
What are standard fields in Salesforce?
Standard fields are default fields built-in to Salesforce. They can not be deleted. On the other hand, several aspects of standard fields can be customized as follows: Edit, delete, or add values in picklist fields and set a default value.
Can created date be modified in Salesforce?
You cannot change the CreatedDate of a record, it is not an editable field.
Is it possible to change created date in Salesforce?
It is possible, but you should talk to your System Administrator about the volume of records that you wish to update. This is only possible by submitting a case to Salesforce and requesting the “Create Audit Fields” permission.
Can we update audit fields in Salesforce?
Since these fields are intended to be audit fields, they can only be set on create, not update. If the records already exist in Salesforce, they will need to be exported to a .
How to get last modified date in Apex?
In Apex you can get the LastModifiedDate by the name ‘LastModifiedDate’. It returns a Date/Time object.
How to view salesforce schema?
Are you using the Force.com IDE plugin for development. If you are, you can view all the Schema information by double clicking the salesforce.schema file in the root of the project. It allows you to see all the metadata and API names and is very convienent for finding this type of information as well as building queries.
Can you use meta data API in Apex?
Did you get an answer for this. I guess the detail can be retrieved using meta data API. Unfortunately we will not be able to use that in Apex code.
Does Pradeep’s API support meta data?
Pradeep’s solution will fetch just data not meta data. The API does not support getting Last Modified Date and created date. Any way if you ever come across a solution, please post it here.
How to use field history tracking in Apex?
For standard objects ( Account, Case, Contact, etc…), the object you’ll be querying is simply <sObjectName>History ( AccountHistory, CaseHistory, ContactHistory, etc…) For custom objects, you’ll be querying the respective __History object (the history object for My_Custom_Object__c is My_Custom_Object__History ). You just replace __c with __History
What does adding a new sobject to my custom history tracking require?
Adding a new sObject to my Custom History tracking requires a new lookup field on my custom History__c object as well as a new fieldset on the newly tracked object.
How to test logic that depends on field history?
You could manage to test the logic that depends on field history by wrapping your history query inside an if (test.isrunningtest ()), and providing your own ‘history’ records in your test, but this limitation was a dealbreaker for me.
Can you track history on formula fields?
The other limitation is that you can’t track field history on formula fields, autonumber fields, or rollup summary fields.