2015 in review

The WordPress.com stats helper monkeys prepared a 2015 annual report for this blog.

Here’s an excerpt:

A San Francisco cable car holds 60 people. This blog was viewed about 1,800 times in 2015. If it were a cable car, it would take about 30 trips to carry that many people.

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2 thoughts on “2015 in review

  1. diyaa

    Hi Asha

    Thank you for this great website. I need help please if you dont mind. I am working on this below request:

    Email – we would like to make this field, on the customer form, auto fill with the customer email address with the “Primary contact” role. (The primary contact role is the one you go through the sales then CRM list). I tried applying the below but it didnot work.

    Step 1: Create a Custom field of type ‘Email Address’ by navigating to Customization>Lists, Records, & Fields>Entity Fields>New
    -Label: any name
    -Type: Email Address
    -Store Value: Checked
    -Check the checkbox ‘Customer’ under ‘Applies To’ field.
    -Under ‘Display’ tab;
    –Subtab: Main
    –Display type: Normal
    -Click Save.
    Step 2: Create a java script file with following sample code;
    function getContactEmail()
    var numItem = nlapiGetLineItemCount(‘contactroles’);
    for (var i=1; iScripting>Scripts>New and select Workflow Action from List;
    -Name: any name
    -Under Scripts tab;
    –Select the JavaScript file created in Step1 under ‘Script File’ field.
    –Put ‘getContactEmail’ under ‘Function’ field.
    -Click Save and Deploy.
    -On Deployment page,
    –Select Customer under ‘Applies To’ field.
    –Put ‘released’ under status.
    –Put ‘Administrator’ under ‘Execute As Role’
    –Select ‘Select All’ under Audience tab.
    -Click Save.
    Step 4: Create a workflow by going to Customization>Scripting>Workflow>New
    -Name: any name
    -Select ‘Customer’ under Record Type.
    -Select ‘Customer’ under Sub Types as well.
    -Check ‘Execute as Admin’ checkbox.
    -Select ‘Released’ under Release Status.
    -Check ‘Enable Logging’ checkbox.
    – Select ‘Event Based’ under Initiation tab.
    -Check ‘On Create’ and ‘On Update’ check boxes.
    -Select ‘Before Record Submit’ under Trigger Type.
    -Click Save.
    -Select the custom workflow action created in Step2 from New Action List and set the ‘Before Record Submit’ for Trigger Type on that action and click Save.
    Step 5: Test the behavior of the workflow by adding any contact role with ‘Accounts Payable’ role on the Customer record and then click Save.

    Thank you

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