If you’ve ever run into or received this error message from Salesforce you know how frustrating it can be to not know right away which flow this is referring to.
The record couldn’t be saved because it failed to trigger a flow. A flow trigger failed to execute the flow with version ID 301A0000000TizV. Flow error messages: <b>An unhandled fault has occurred in this flow</b>An unhandled fault has occurred while processing the flow. Please contact your system administrator for more information. Contact your administrator for help.
Here is one way to find out which flow this is referring to. Open the Developer Console and navigate to Query Editor. Type the following query, plugging in the id from the error message:
select masterlabel from flow where id = '301A..........V'
Make sure you check the “Use Tooling API” checkbox at the left bottom of the screen. Click Execute. This will return the label for the flow or process builder. Voila!
Do you have a favorite Salesforce report that provides you a wealth of data that you would like to represent visually? If your report is pulling together multiple sums and groupings, then one graphical representation will not be possible or desirable. But with a Dashboard in Salesforce Lightning, you can leverage the same report to show many aspects of your data in one place.
We used two of our favorite reports “New Donors Last Year” and “Second Year Donors”. These reports pull the list of gifts made last year by new and returning donors, grouped by donation Record Type and by donor, and count the number of donors as well as the number of donations.
We then used the two reports to create a rich Lightning Dashboard that visually displays various aspects of the data.
Each of the two reports was reused multiple times to extract and display different aspects of the data using the right visual representation in dashboard components. The New Donors Last Year is used to display the four dashboard components in the top row, while the Second Year Donors report was used to create the four components in the bottom row.
When adding a new Dashboard component in Lightning you can select the report you wish to use, the visual representation and the actual slice of data from the report.
By reusing the same report for multiple components you can avoid the proliferation of multiple versions of the same report, and you can easily call out various aspects of the data by visually representing them in a dashboard.
Fresh from the Salesforce Global Lightning Tour 2017
Our consultants attended the Salesforce Lightning Tour ’17 workshop this week and are very excited about some of the latest features in Lightning. They’re pretty awesome.
Whether you’re already using Lightning or are considering moving to Lightning, we wanted to share some of the newest highlights.