Testing customized versus OOB objects


If you have ever reached out to the support team with a problem that you are seeing in a customized object, then you know that we will ask if this has been tested using Out Of Box (OOB) objects. If you have ever wondered why we ask that or are frustrated when you read that response for one of your issues, I hope to explain why it is so important to know that from a support perspective…

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