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All Items in My Box Go on Sale at 12 AM on Friday, 05/02/19. We will be live updating this page throughout the day. Leather Adorable Remotes While browsing social media one day, I ran across a “Leather Adorable” tag on Facebook. It reminded me of this site and I thought you guys might like to see them. You may be seeing the tags on other peoples “make-up” and other misc. post on social media. They are pretty fun and easy to make so hopefully I can share a few with you. Here is my first Leather Adorable I did. I used the “I love menswear” tag that I shared in this post. Next up, I’ve been wanting to do a Bowtie one for a while. The one in the tag above is from one of my books. Unfortunately, the book is in German and I don’t know German… so that’s a bummer. I did an English version a while back.Q: Salesforce Search within Component Names I have a custom component called "SOS" for salesforce. I need to check for the recordtype SOS in a field (Customer__c). I am not using Apex. I don't want to create a search within SOS component for this since SOS is a standard component and in future we can have custom components which will also be a search within the SOS component as well. Can this be done? If so what is the logic? A: You can create an Apex trigger that queries all objects in your org to determine what records are SOS's. This is a good practice to avoid changes to your data model. Q: PowerBI: is there a way to create a new dataset using the.mxd file of the related data source? I'm working on an M-Report where I need to select my data source. The problem is that the corresponding data source doesn't show up in the "Choose Data Source" dialog of the report. The reasons why is: It's not a direct link of any of the current data source It is not linked to any data source (because no data source is selected at the moment) The reason why is that the underlying table and the related data source were prepared by someone else who created a new data source using


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