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Why Territory Assignment Scheduled Process doesn't trigger any println statement in scripts?

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edited Oct 20, 2022 10:02AM in Sales 1 comment

**This post was created as part of a How to Service Request (SR)

Summary:

Territory Assignment Scheduled Process doesn't trigger any println statements in field trigger or even before update triggers in Opty

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Example: BeforeUpdate trigger as follows on Opty

if(isAttributeChanged('LastAssignedTimestamp'))

{

println('Before Update Trigger Called');}

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