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Month: February 2015

Wine App Part 3 – Fields and “Hidden” fields


If my title is unclear, I’m building a Wine App for my own use to track the wineries my wife and I visit, the wine we buy, and the wine we drink.  So far I’ve covered off my initial planning in Part 1, and the changes I had to make in Part 2 to adjust for some limitations.  I want to get this thing off the ground so that I can get everything into a system, so what I’ve been working on is getting all the fields ready, and any other setup that I’ve had to work on.  In this post I want to talk a little bit about creating fields for other reasons – ie not just for the page layout.  I want people to understand that a lot of bringing value is showing the business what they don’t know, and fields only for reporting, or only for related lists are a great way to do this.

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Wine App Part 2 – Fixing My Mistake



As I touched on a few weeks ago, one of the great things about a developer org is that no one is around to see you screw up.  The problem with this plan is that when you blog about what you are planning to do before building it, people know that you screwed up.  For people who haven’t been down this path before, welcome to prototyping requirements.

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Wine App


So that’s the wine cellar I’d like to have some day…..

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