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Similarly we looking Joe's query. We have some fields like first name,position, amount etc...user enter these information and submit however we want to store these information in a separate table . how SF provide us easiest way.
If we want to retrieve these information and display in a grid then we can write a query but where can we write this query.?
Pardon my ignorance. But, i'm curious as to the reasoning behind creating one's own tables vs. getting data from SF generated tables.
Just trying to learn about that approach and any of its related benefits.
Thanks in advance,
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