Executing Apex code in the developer console
Login to Salesforce and switch to classic and click Developer Console
- Click to debug -> and click “Open Execute Anonymous Window” or Ctrl/E
- Write code in the window and execute as following
- After executing the code log will be created every time and if you will click the log it will open the logs directly.
- To open logs double click on it also we can open multiple logs at the same time for result comparison
- View results in the console
After opening the log you will see a log that will contain lots of information and you will find some checkboxes under an opened log that will help to filter the logs.
In the above screen, I only selected the debug log check box, So it will display debug log statements. Also by clicking on other checkboxes, you can differentiate log results.
- By using Developer Console we can also create/open classes, triggers, pages, and static resources.
- Also we can see code coverage of classes & triggers and run test classes, clear test data and run abort test class execution.
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