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Fetching picklist values dynamically through apex class method and display selected picklist value in Salesforce lightning web component – LWC | How to get picklist values dynamically in lwc

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Hey guys, today in this post we are going to learn about how to Fetch picklist values dynamically through apex class method and display selected picklist value in Salesforce lightning web component – LWC.

Files we used in this post example

lwcPicklistController.cls Apex Class Controller It is used for fetch the picklist value dynamically from server.
fetchPicklistValueLwc.html Lightning Web Component HTML Template HTML file for used to write HTML element for user interface.
fetchPicklistValueLwc.js LWC JavaScript File It is holding @Wire method function that is fetching the picklist value from database.
fetchPicklistValueLwc.js-meta.xml XML Meta File It is used for where this lightning web component you want to exposed.

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Fetch picklist values Dynamic in lwc -- w3web.net

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Create Apex Class Controller →

Step 1:- Create Apex Controller : lwcPicklistController.cls

SFDX:Create Apex Class >> New >> lwcPicklistController.cls

lwcPicklistController.cls [Apex Class]

 

Create Lightning Web Component →

Step 2:- Create Lightning Web Component : fetchPicklistValueLwc.html

SFDX:Lightning Web Component >> New >> fetchPicklistValueLwc.html

fetchPicklistValueLwc.html [Lightning Web Component HTML]

Create LWC JavaScript File →

Step 3:- Create Lightning Web Component : fetchPicklistValueLwc.js

SFDX:Lightning Web Component >> New >> fetchPicklistValueLwc.js

fetchPicklistValueLwc.js [LWC JavaScript File]

 

Create LWC Meta Data XML →

Step 4:- Create Lightning Web Component : fetchPicklistValueLwc.js-meta.xml

SFDX:Lightning Web Component >> New >> fetchPicklistValueLwc.js-meta.xml

fetchPicklistValueLwc.js-meta.xml [LWC Meta Data XML]

 

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

What is dynamic picklist in Salesforce?

Dynamic Picklists are multiple-choice questions that get their list of choices directly from Salesforce. Values are populated from Salesforce when the form loads, so the choices in your picklist always stay current without having to refresh the schema.

What is restricted picklist in Salesforce?

You can make a custom multi-select picklist field into a restricted picklist only if the picklist has fewer than 500 values. A restricted picklist's values are limited to only those values defined by a Salesforce admin, which prevents users from loading redundant or erroneous values through the API.

How do you get picklist values dynamically in Apex?

To fetch the picklist values in Apex dynamically, we need to make an extra call to getGlobalDescribe() to get the Schema. SObjectType of that particular object. Then, we can use it to fetch the DescribeSobjectResult. Once we get the DescribeSobjectResult, we need to call fields.

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