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What is the limit on the compiled size of the formula field?
Compile size limitFormula fields can't exceed 5,000 bytes when compiled. The compile size is the size of the formula (in bytes) including all of the fields, values, and formulas it references.
Can we use formula field in validation rule?
You can write validation rule on Formula field. It will work. If your formula violates the validation, then validation rule will fire. But you cannot show validation message at particular field, only at top of the page.
What is the role of operators in formula?
Operators specify the type of calculation that is performed on the terms of a formula. Each operator can combine a specific number of formula terms (called the operands of the operator). This number ranges from one, in the case of the "not" operator, to three, in the case of the "if" operator. Arithmetic operators.
How do you find the picklist value in a formula field?
In Setup, use the quick find box to find the Object Manager. Click Case | Fields & Relationships and click New. Select Text Area and click Next. In Field Label, enter Reason for Escalating . Field Name populates automatically. Click Next. Click Next again and then click Save.
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