Guys, does anyone know the answer?
get which apex class is used to determine the hostnames for the domains that salesforce hosts for your org? from screen.
Represents an existing domain hosted by Salesforce that serves the org or its content. Contains methods to obtain information about these domains, such as the domain type, My Domain name, and sandbox name.
Maintain Your Platform Developer I Certification for Winter ’23 Unit
Review updates to Salesforce to maintain your Platform Developer I Certification.
Maintain Your Platform Developer I Certification for Winter ’23
Maintain Your Platform Developer I Certification for Winter ’23 Learning Objectives
After completing this unit, you’ll be able to:
Utilize flow and process run-time improvements in API Version 54.0.
Work with org-specific domain hostnames and information.
Create notifications with new alert, confirm, and prompt modules.
Create scratch orgs more easily with Org Shape.
Create overlays with the new modal component.
Call invocable actions from Apex.
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Salesforce introduced a ton of great feature enhancements over the past year. Let’s take a look at some of the more important ones.
Utilize Flow and Process Run-Time Improvements in API Version 54.0
These updates affect only flows and processes that are configured to run on API version 54.0 or later. Versioned updates let you test and adopt run-time behavior changes for individual flows and processes at your convenience. To change the run-time API version of a flow, open it in Flow Builder, click Save As, then "Show Advanced". Select the API Version for Running the Flow and Save, then activate the flow. To change the run-time API version of a process, open it in Process Builder and edit its properties.Where: This change applies to Lightning Experience, Salesforce Classic, and all versions of the mobile app in Essentials, Professional, Enterprise, Performance, Unlimited, and Developer editions.After-Save Record-Triggered Flows Now Run Before Entitlements Are Executed
Now in the order of execution, after-save flows run before entitlements are executed, so that entitlements can include the record updates that after-save flows make. In API version 53.0 and earlier, after-save record-triggered flows still run after entitlements are executed.
In API version 54.0, after-save flows now run immediately after processes created via Process Builder, without entitlements executing between them. For Salesforce admins who migrate to flows from processes, this change helps to ensure consistent results for entitlements.Approval and Time-Based Workflow Field Updates Now Execute Before-Save and After-Save Record-Triggered Flows
Field update actions associated with approval processes and time-dependent actions in workflow rules now execute before-save and after-save record-triggered flows so that these update actions can incorporate flow automation. In API version 53.0 and earlier, these field update actions don’t execute flows, so certain record updates don’t trigger corresponding flows. Workflow rules and processes created via Process Builder are unaffected.
As a result of this change, flows now run slightly more often and whenever Apex runs. This difference is most apparent in the execution of time-based workflow and approvals. For other types of save operations, there’s no impact.
Flow triggers are executed only one time per entity per transaction. Even a record update doesn’t execute a flow trigger a second time on the same entity. Also, flow triggers are executed when you use the Data Import Wizard and specify to trigger workflow rules and processes when the imported records meet the criteria.
These changes provide for a more straightforward understanding of the different scenarios in which before- and after-save record-triggered flows execute. For example, now when a field update action occurs, it’s easier to see when a flow executes.A Flow Error Email Is Now Sent for an Update Record Element That References an Invalid Record Variable
An error email is sent if a flow executes an Update Record element that references an invalid record ID on a record variable. Previously, no flow error email was sent.
Work with Org-Specific Domain Hostnames and Information
When you change your org’s My Domain name due to a brand change or you enable enhanced domains, the domains that Salesforce hosts for your org change. To insulate your code against these changes, determine the hostnames for these domains with the new System.DomainCreator Apex class.
You can also get information about the domains that Salesforce hosts for your org with the new System.Domain class. Or use a URL or hostname to obtain information about the associated domains with the new System.DomainParser class.