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Opportunity Primary Contact Required

Free

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(21)

Listed On

12/4/2008

Latest Release

10/12/2011

Ensure your users define a primary contact at a certain opportunity stage.

Will make a primary contact required on an opportunity. ####This should be TESTED in sandbox prior to deployment in production.####Last update: Oct 12, 2011

Insure compliance having primary contacts on your opportunities. ####Sample Usage: When the stage is > Value Proposition make a primary contact required####Formula: CASE( StageName , "Stage to be Required 1",1, "Value Proposition",1,"Id. Decision Makers",1,"Perception Analysis",1,"Proposal/Price Quote",1,"Negotiation/Review",1,"Closed Won",1,0)####Using a formula allows you to define business rules without modifying APEX code.

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  • Optimized for Lightning ExperienceLightning Ready
  • Compatible with Enterprise, Unlimited, Developer, and Performance EditionsEnterprise & Up
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Additional Information

Package Name
Opportunity Primary Contact Required
Version
Winter 12 / 1.3.0
First Release
12/4/2008
Latest Release
10/12/2011
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