What It Does
This is a bookmarklet that makes it easy to view a standard detail page that is normally overridden by a visualforce page. I have found this useful because it makes it easier to access the Edit Page Layout link of the standard detail page. In a few scenarios, I have overridden a standard page only for the purpose of including custom related lists. The standard detail section is still shown which follows the established page layouts and the easiest way to customize the detail section is still using the Edit Page Layout link.
Make this the URL of your bookmark:
How It Works
An overridden page looks like the URL below with the id being specified as a querystring.
To view the standard page you must make the URL the following:
if (document.location.pathname.indexOf("/apex/") == 0)
//get id from querystring and force nooverride mode
var id = /(\?|&)id=([a-zA-Z0-9]+)/.exec(document.location.search);
document.location = "/"+id+"?nooverride=1";
document.location = document.location.pathname; //strip off search
Posted by Kyle Peterson on April 30, 2012
This is a solution for managers to easily delegate and prioritize queue records.
- Managers can drag records from queues to different users.
- Managers can prioritize the records assigned to users by dragging and dropping them in the order they want.
- A rollup of a column for each user can be calculated to provide numbers, like total estimated hours, so managers can have an idea of each user’s current workload. This can help managers determine which users have the availability to handle more work.
- Inline editing of records is available if managers need to adjust statuses, titles, descriptions, etc. on the fly.
- An additional table of data can be shown at the bottom of the display for things like recently completed records if managers want to review the delegated assignments that have recently been completed.
- This setup can work for any object type and its queues.
How It Works
The records displayed are defined using a custom SOQL query definition object, called Dynamic Queries, which is also shown in the Console 3 post. A component was created to handle combining the queries and generating the page UI so that multiple queue management pages could easily be created by simply adding the component to new pages. The Dynamic Queries determine the object type, so a page could be created to manage customer service case queues and another page could be created to handle lead queues. The users, queues, and records shown are determined by the criteria in the Dynamic Queries. Multiple users and queues can be shown on the same page so that records from different queues can be assigned to users.
Posted by Kyle Peterson on April 18, 2012