Set Up Apex Exception Email Notifications

Salesforce sends two types of notification mails when potential issues with APEX code are detected:

  • APEX warning mails, which are sent when a class or trigger exceeds 50% of an APEX governor limit.
  • APEX exception mails, which are sent when an unhandled exception occurs in a trigger or class.

Before winter’16 when an Apex code encounters unhandled exception it sends the exception email to LastmodifiedBy user email address of the class or trigger. Now we can also notify users of the Salesforce org and arbitrary email addresses.

To set up these email notifications follow below steps:

Go to Setup || Email Administration || Apex Exception Email || Add Salesforce User or Add Non Salesforce User email address. || Click Save.

After setup “Apex Exception Email”, Now if any apex exception occurs on the Salesforce org by any user then this defined user will receive an apex exception email.

Access the User’s Time Zone in a Formula Field

The solution takes advantage of a confusing inconsistency between two out of the box Salesforce functions, namely DATEVALUE and DATETIMEVALUE.

The first evaluates under the user’s timezone, while the latter evaluates as GMT. We can take advantage of this inconsistency and derive the user’s timezone as follows. Paste below code into a new numeric formula field named “UserTimezoneOffset”:

(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 00:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 01:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 02:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 03:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 04:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 05:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 06:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 07:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 08:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 09:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 10:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 11:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 12:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 13:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 14:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 15:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 16:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 17:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 18:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 19:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 20:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 21:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 22:00:00")) - TODAY()) + 
(DATEVALUE(DATETIMEVALUE(TEXT(TODAY())+" 23:00:00")) - TODAY())

This formula works because for every hour offset from GMT, the answer for “what day is today?” differs by one. In other words, the DATEVALUE of any literal hour of the day interpreted as GMT will be a day off from the user’s TODAY() based on their timezone setting on their User record. Adding together each of these discrepancies hour by hour ends up yielding the same answer as their timezone offset.

Formula Field to Find Time Zone From State Field in Salesforce

IF(CASE(BillingState, 'CA', 1, 'NV', 1,'OR', 1, 'WA', 1, 0) >=1, "Pacific Standard Time", null)+ 
IF(CASE(BillingState, 'AZ', 1, 'CO', 1,'ID', 1, 'MT', 1, 'NM', 1, 'UT', 1, 'WY', 1, 0) >= 1, "Mountain Standard Time", null)+ 
IF(CASE(BillingState, 'AL', 1, 'AR', 1, 'IL', 1, 'IA', 1,'KS', 1, 'LA', 1,'MN', 1,'MS', 1,'MO', 1,'NE', 1,'ND', 1, 'OK', 1,'SD', 1,'WI', 1, 0) >= 1, "Central Standard Time", null)+ 
IF(CASE(BillingState, 'CT', 1, 'DE', 1, 'GA', 1, 'ME', 1, 'MD', 1, 'MA', 1,'MI', 1, 'NH', 1, 'NJ', 1, 'NY', 1, 'NC', 1, 'OH', 1, 'PA', 1, 'RI', 1, 'SC', 1, 'VT', 1, 'VA', 1, 'WV', 1, 0) >= 1,"Eastern Standard Time", null)+ 
IF(CASE(BillingState, 'AK', 1, 0) >=1, "Alaskan Standard Time", null)+ 
IF(CASE(BillingState, 'HI', 1, 0) >=1, "Hawaiian Standard Time", null)+ 
IF(BillingState = 'FL', IF(MID(Phone,2,3) = "850","Central Standard Time","Eastern Standard Time"),null)+ 
IF(BillingState = 'IN', IF(MID(Phone,2,3) = "219","Central Standard Time","Eastern Standard Time"),null)+ 
IF(BillingState = 'KY', IF(MID(Phone,2,3) = "270","Central Standard Time","Eastern Standard Time"),null)+ 
IF(BillingState = 'TX', IF(MID(Phone,2,3) = "915","Mountain Standard Time","Central Standard Time"),null)+ 
IF(BillingState = 'TN', IF(CASE(MID(Phone,2,3),"865",1,"423",1,0)>=1,"Eastern Standard Time", "Central Standard Time"),null)

This organization isn’t authorized to upload change sets to other organizations

This organization isn’t authorized to upload change sets to other organizations. For authorization, contact the deployment connections administrators on the organizations where you want to upload changes.

This error is coming, just because of deployment settings. Seems like you have not created deployment connection between your source org and destination org.

To create deployment connection log into the destination org and follow below steps.

Setup -> Deploy -> Deployment Setting -> Select source sandbox from the available list of sandboxes – Edit -> Check allow inbound change sets check box and save.