How to Insert a Record of Account Object Using Apex Class in Salesforce Lightning Web Component-LWC | Insert a Account Record in lwc

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Hey guys, today in this post we are going to learn about How to Insert a Record of Account Object Using Apex Class in Salesforce Lightning Web Component (LWC)

Files we used in this post example:-

insertAccountLwc.html Lightning Web Component HTML It is used to write HTML element for build user interface.

insertAccountLwc.js

Lightning Web Component JavaScript It is hold function and business logic.

insertAccountLwc.js-meta.xml

XML Meta It is used forwhere this lightning web component should be exposed.
lwcApexController.cls Apex Controller File It is used forΒ insert input valueΒ into database server.

Live Demo

Insert a Account Record in Lightning Web Component Using Apex Class -- w3web.net

 

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Step 1:- Create Lightning Web Component : insertAccountLwc.html

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

insertAccountLwc.html [Lightning Web Component HTML]

  1.   <template>
  2.   <lightning-card>
  3.     <div slot="title">
  4.       <h3> 
  5.           <lightning-icon icon-name="standard:account" size="small"></lightning-icon> Create an Account Using Apex Controller in LWC           
  6.        </h3>
  7.     </div>    
  8.  
  9.    <p class="slds-p-horizontal_small">
  10.      <lightning-input type="text" label="Name" value={getAccountRecord.Name} onchange={nameInpChange}></lightning-input>
  11.     </p>
  12.  
  13.     <p class="slds-p-horizontal_small">
  14.      <lightning-input type="text" label="Phone" value={getAccountRecord.Phone} onchange={phoneInpChange}></lightning-input>
  15.     </p>
  16.  
  17.     <p class="slds-p-horizontal_small">
  18.       <lightning-input type="text" label="Type" value={getAccountRecord.Type} onchange={typeInpChange}></lightning-input>
  19.      </p>
  20.  
  21.      <p class="slds-p-horizontal_small">
  22.       <lightning-input type="text" label="Website" value={getAccountRecord.Website} onchange={websiteInpChange}></lightning-input>
  23.      </p>
  24.  
  25.  
  26.      <p class="slds-p-horizontal_small">
  27.       <lightning-input type="text" label="Account Site" value={getAccountRecord.Site} onchange={accSiteChange}></lightning-input>       
  28.      </p> 
  29.  
  30.    <div slot="footer">
  31.      <lightning-button label="Submit" onclick={saveAccountAction} variant="brand"></lightning-button>
  32.    </div>
  33.  
  34.   <br/> <br/>
  35.    <!--Start RelatedTopics Section-->
  36. <div style="border:1px #ddd solid; padding:10px; background:#eee; margin:40px 0;">
  37.  
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  39.  
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  42.             <div style="display:block; overflow:hidden;"> 
  43.                 <div style="width: 50%; float:left; display:inline-block">
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  50.                     </ul>
  51.             </div>
  52.  
  53.             <div style="width: 50%; float:left; display:inline-block">
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  60.  
  61.                     </ul>
  62.                 </div>
  63.                <div style="clear:both;"></div> 
  64.                <br/>
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  68.     </div>
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  70. </div>
  71.  
  72.   <!--End RelatedTopics Section-->
  73.  
  74.  </lightning-card>
  75. </template>

Step 2:- Create Lightning Web Component : insertAccountLwc.js

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

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insertAccountLwc.js [JavaScript Controller]

  1.   import { LightningElement,track } from 'lwc';
  2. import insertAccountMethod from '@salesforce/apex/lwcApexController.insertAccountMethod';
  3. import accName from '@salesforce/schema/Account.Name';
  4. import accPhone from '@salesforce/schema/Account.Phone';
  5. import accType from '@salesforce/schema/Account.Type';
  6. import accWebsite from '@salesforce/schema/Account.Website';
  7. import accSite from '@salesforce/schema/Account.Site';
  8.  
  9. import {ShowToastEvent} from 'lightning/platformShowToastEvent';
  10.  
  11. export default class InsertAccountLwc extends LightningElement {
  12.     @track accountid;
  13.     @track error;    
  14.     @track getAccountRecord={
  15.         Name:accName,       
  16.         Phone:accPhone,  
  17.         Type:accType, 
  18.         Website:accWebsite,         
  19.         Site:accSite
  20.  
  21.     };   
  22.  
  23.  
  24.     nameInpChange(event){
  25.        this.getAccountRecord.Name = event.target.value;
  26.        //window.console.log(this.getAccountRecord.Name);
  27.      }
  28.  
  29.      phoneInpChange(event){
  30.        this.getAccountRecord.Phone = event.target.value;
  31.        //window.console.log(this.getAccountRecord.Phone);
  32.     }
  33.  
  34.      typeInpChange(event){
  35.         this.getAccountRecord.Type = event.target.value;
  36.         //window.console.log(this.getAccountRecord.Type);
  37.       }
  38.  
  39.       websiteInpChange(event){
  40.         this.getAccountRecord.Website = event.target.value;
  41.         //window.console.log(this.getAccountRecord.Type);
  42.       }
  43.  
  44.       accSiteChange(event){
  45.         this.getAccountRecord.Site = event.target.value;
  46.         //window.console.log(this.getAccountRecord.Type);
  47.       }
  48.  
  49.  
  50.       saveAccountAction(){
  51.         window.console.log('before save' + this.createAccount);
  52.         insertAccountMethod({accountObj:this.getAccountRecord})
  53.         .then(result=>{
  54.           window.console.log(this.createAccount);
  55.             this.getAccountRecord={};
  56.             this.accountid=result.Id;
  57.             window.console.log('after save' + this.accountid);
  58.  
  59.             const toastEvent = new ShowToastEvent({
  60.               title:'Success!',
  61.               message:'Account created successfully',
  62.               variant:'success'
  63.             });
  64.             this.dispatchEvent(toastEvent);
  65.         })
  66.         .catch(error=>{
  67.            this.error=error.message;
  68.            window.console.log(this.error);
  69.         });
  70.       }
  71.  
  72.  
  73.     }

Step 3:- Create Lightning Web Component : insertAccountLwc.js-meta.xml

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

insertAccountLwc.js [LWC Meta Data XML]

  1.   <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
  2. <LightningComponentBundle xmlns="http://soap.sforce.com/2006/04/metadata">
  3.     <apiVersion>45.0</apiVersion>
  4.     <isExposed>true</isExposed>
  5.     <targets>
  6.         <target>lightning__AppPage</target>
  7.         <target>lightning__RecordPage</target>
  8.         <target>lightning__HomePage</target>
  9.       </targets>
  10. </LightningComponentBundle>

Step 4:- Create Lightning Web Component : lwcApexController.cls

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

lwcApexController.cls [Apex Class]

  1.    public WITH sharing class lwcApexController {
  2.  
  3.     @AuraEnabled
  4.     public static Account insertAccountMethod(Account accountObj){
  5.         try {
  6.             INSERT accountObj;
  7.             RETURN accountObj;
  8.         } catch (Exception EXP) {
  9.             throw NEW AuraHandledException(EXP.getMessage());
  10.         }
  11.     }
  12. }

 

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FAQ (Frequently Asked Questions)

How do I add a record to a custom object in Apex?

To create new records in Salesforce, select the custom object where the form data should be saved. Then, map the Salesforce fields with the form fields. The Salesforce fields will load according to the object you select. By clicking the Add new mapping button, you can add how many fields you need.

How do I add an object to a list in Apex?

we can add the Apex List important predefined methods like add(ListElement), add(index, ListElement), addAll(fromList), size(), clear(), get(index), isEmpty(), and clone(). The first method is add(ListElement) – using this method, we can insert an element into the list.

How can you add objects to records?

Select the Design tab in the toolbar at the top of the screen. Then click on the Add Existing Fields button in the Tools group. The Field List window shows all of the fields that are available for your form to use, based on the Record Source property.

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