October 31, 2022

How To: Indicate When a Value Was Changed on a Super Clone Pro Clone Page

The Clone, Copy, and Edit page components can be embedded in a wrapper Visualforce page. This allows you to apply styles and use JavaScript to manipulate the page. This example shows how to change the background color of the table cell when an input value was changed. Create a new Visualforce page. Replace the lcrm_scp:ScpClone if using the Copy or Edit pages. Finally, create or update a custom button to […]
December 1, 2022

How To: Split Clone Into Multiple Steps by Chaining Pages

A lot of processing can occur when cloning large hierarchies of objects that contain custom Apex, workflows, process builders, and flows. One workaround is to split the cloning process into multiple steps where the primary object is cloned first, and then this is followed by copying child relationships that are processing intense. The user will need to click Save on each page to complete the full process. There are a […]
January 12, 2023

How To: Redirect to the Edit Lines Page After Cloning a Quote in CPQ

After cloning a quote with Super Clone Pro, the default behavior is to redirect to the new Quote record. Sometimes it is helpful to go directly to the Edit Lines page of the CPQ, so the quote can be recalculated and edited. The redirection can be accomplished by setting the “saveURL2” parameter in the Super Clone Pro custom button. Below is how your button may look. The “saveURL2” parameter accepts […]
February 27, 2023

How To: Reference the Newly Cloned Record Id in saveURL2

Use the URL parameter “saveURL2” to redirect to a custom page after the clone operation. The value of this parameter is a URL encoded string. If “[newid]” is included in the value, it will be replaced with the record Id of the newly cloned record Id. [newid] and saveURL2 Example The below example will navigate to a custom Visualforce page, and the new record Id will be passed as a […]
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