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What is a good practice for a developer to follow when writing a trigger?



A. Using synchronous callouts to call external systems
B. Using the Map data structure to hold query results by ID
C. Using @future methods to perform DML operations
D. Using the Set data structure to ensure distinct records

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Asked by Catherine halcombe, Last updated: Sep 19, 2020

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f.Brian

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Answered Jan 29, 2018

If a data structure developer is writing a trigger then it is a good practice for them to use the Map data structure to hold query results by ID and use the Set data structure to ensure distinct records. A trigger is an SQL (structured Query Language) procedure that initiates an action when an event occurs.

A trigger is something that cannot be called or executed but instead automatically fires as a result of a data modification. SQL is the primary language that is used to communicate with a database. It is officially the standard language for relational database management systems.

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John Smith

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Answered Oct 26, 2016

Using the Map data structure to hold query results by ID
2. Using the Set data structure to ensure distinct records
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