How to fetch all custom settings values using Apex and Iterate the custom list values on lightning component after that custom settings navigation through edit/back button in custom setting Salesforce | how to get value, view edit list, or back navigation button of custom settings Salesforce

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Hey guys, today in this post we are going to learn about How to fetch all custom settings values using Apex and Iterate the custom list values on lightning component after that custom settings navigation through edit/back button in custom setting Salesforce.

How to get value, view edit list, or back navigation button of custom settings salesforce

Files we used to fetch all custom settings values in this post example

customSettingCmp.cmp Lightning Component It is used for create a table for Iterate the custom setting list values on lightning component
customSettingCmpController.js JavaScript Controller File It is hold Javascript doInit functionality.
customSettingCmpHelper.js JavaScript Controller Helper File It is hold for Javascript Helper Function to get Custom setting values from apex method
customSettingCmpCtrl.apxc Apex Class Controller It is used for get List of Custom Setting values from Apex Class Method

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Create Lightning Component

Step 1:- Create Lightning Component : customSettingCmp.cmp

From Developer Console >> File >> New >> Lightning Component

customSettingCmp.cmp [Lightning Component File]

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  1.    <aura:component controller="customSettingCmpCtrl" implements="force:appHostable,flexipage:availableForAllPageTypes,flexipage:availableForRecordHome,force:hasRecordId,forceCommunity:availableForAllPageTypes,force:lightningQuickAction" access="global">    
  2.     <aura:handler name="init" value="{!this}" action="{!c.doInit}"/>
  3.     <aura:attribute name="awsList" type="List"/>
  4.     <aura:attribute name="cmpStr" type="String" default="list"/>    
  5.     <lightning:card>
  6.           <div class="slds slds-p-around_medium">
  7.               <aura:if isTrue="{!v.cmpStr == 'list'}">
  8.                 <table class="slds-table slds-table_bordered slds-table_col-bordered">
  9.                     <thead>
  10.                         <tr>
  11.                             <th class="slds-hide">Id</th>
  12.                             <th>View Log</th>
  13.                             <th>Name</th>
  14.                             <th>API Endpoint</th>                            
  15.                             <th>Other Attribute Three</th>
  16.                             <th>Other Attribute Four</th>
  17.                             <th>Other Attribute One</th>
  18.                         </tr>
  19.                     </thead>
  20.                     <tbody>
  21.                         <aura:iteration items="{!v.awsList}" var="item">
  22.                             <tr>
  23.                                <td class="slds-hide">{!item.Id}</td> 
  24.                                 <td><a id="{!item.Id}" onclick="{!c.navigateToDetail}">View Log</a></td>
  25.                                 <td>{!item.Name}</td>
  26.                                 <td>{!item.API_Endpoint__c}</td>
  27.                                 <td>{!item.Other_Attribute_Three__c}</td>
  28.                                 <td>{!item.Other_Attribute_Four__c}</td>                                
  29.                                 <td>{!item.Url_Attribute_One__c}</td>
  30.                             </tr>
  31.                         </aura:iteration>
  32.                     </tbody>
  33.                 </table>
  34.                   <aura:set attribute="else">
  35.                     <div class="slds-page-header">  
  36.                     <div class="slds-grid slds-gutters">
  37.                        <div class="slds-col slds-size_8-of-12"> 
  38.                            <div class="slds-media">
  39.                             <div class="slds-media__figure">
  40.                                 <span class="slds-icon_container slds-icon-standard-opportunity" title="opportunity">
  41.                                     <lightning:icon iconName="custom:custom34" title="Debug Logs" />
  42.                                     <span class="slds-assistive-text">Debug Log</span>
  43.                                 </span>
  44.                             </div>
  45.                             <div class="slds-media__body">
  46.                                 <div class="slds-page-header__name">
  47.                                     <div class="slds-page-header__name-title">
  48.                                     <h1>
  49.                                         <span class="slds-page-header__title slds-truncate" title="Mobile App Logs">Api Log Id</span>
  50.                                     </h1>
  51.                                     </div>
  52.                                 </div>
  53.                             </div>
  54.                         </div>
  55.                        </div> 
  56.                        <div class="slds-col slds-size_4-of-12 slds-text-align_right"> 
  57.                           <lightning:button  variant="brand" label="Back" name="btnBack" title="Back" onclick="{! c.navigateToList}" />                          
  58.                          </div>  
  59.                     </div>
  60.                   </div>                        
  61.                     <div class="slds-grid slds-wrap">
  62.                        <div class="slds-col slds-size_6-of-12 slds-p-horizontal_small slds-m-bottom_small"><lightning:input type="text" aura:id="awsName"   name="awsName"  label="Name" value="{!v.awsList[0].Name}"/></div>
  63.                        <div class="slds-col slds-size_6-of-12 slds-p-horizontal_small"><lightning:input type="text" aura:id="awsEndpoint" name="awsEndpoint"  label="Endpoint" value="{!v.awsList[0].API_Endpoint__c}"/></div> 
  64.                     </div>  
  65.  
  66.                   </aura:set>  
  67.               </aura:if>    
  68.           </div>
  69.     </lightning:card>
  70. </aura:component>

Create JavaScript Controller

Step 2:- Create Lightning Component : customSettingCmpController.js

From Developer Console >> File >> New >> Lightning Component >> JavaScript Controller

customSettingCmpController.js [JavaScript Controller]

  1.   ({
  2. 	doInit : function(component, event, helper) {
  3. 		helper.doInitHelper(component);
  4. 	},
  5.  
  6.      navigateToDetail:function(component, event,helper){        
  7.        var navId = event.target.getAttribute('id');
  8.         component.set("v.cmpStr",'detail');
  9.         component.set("v.viewLogId",navId);
  10.     },
  11.  
  12.     navigateToList:function(component, event,helper){        
  13.        var navId = event.target.getAttribute('id');
  14.         component.set("v.cmpStr",'list');
  15.     },
  16.  
  17.  
  18. })

Create JavaScript Helper

Step 3:- Create Lightning Component : customSettingCmpHelper.js

From Developer Console >> File >> New >> Lightning Component >> JavaScript Helper

customSettingCmpHelper.js [JavaScript Helper File]

  1.   ({
  2. 	doInitHelper : function(component, event, helper) {       
  3. 	 var action = component.get("c.getCustomSettingLogs");       
  4.         action.setCallback(this, function(response){
  5.             var state = response.getState();
  6.             if(state == "SUCCESS"){
  7.                 var result = response.getReturnValue();
  8.  
  9.                 component.set('v.awsList', result);
  10.             }
  11.         });
  12.         $A.enqueueAction(action);
  13.  
  14. 	},    
  15. })

Create Apex Class Controller

Step 4:- Create Apex Class : customSettingCmpCtrl.apxc

From Developer Console >> File >> New >> Apex Class

customSettingCmpCtrl.apxc [Apex Class Controller]

  1.    public class customSettingCmpCtrl {
  2.   @AuraEnabled 
  3.     public static List<aws_integration__c> getCustomSettingLogs(){
  4.         //aws_integration__c awsIntgrt = aws_integration__c.getValues(constantsCtrl.amazonS3Manage);
  5.         List<aws_integration__c> awsIntgrt = aws_integration__c.getAll().values();
  6.         system.debug('awsIntgrt ' + awsIntgrt);        
  7.         RETURN awsIntgrt;
  8.     }
  9.  
  10.  
  11. }

 

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

What is use of custom settings in Salesforce?

Custom settings are similar to custom objects in that they let you customize org data. Custom settings also let you distinguish particular users or profiles based on custom criteria.

How do I change custom settings in Salesforce?

Go to Setup | Home | Data | Schema Settings and Enable 'Manage List Custom Settings Type'.

Can we update custom setting in Apex?

We can query or we can use getInstance() to get the value and then we can use update keyword to update the Custom Settings value.

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