Visual Studio Code Tips – Execute Anonymous Apex in Visual Studio Code

This post & video explained about to Execute Anonymous Apex in Visual Studio Code, also covered the following topics:

– Execute Anonymous Apex in Developer Console
– Execute Schedulable Apex in Developer Console
– Execute Anonymous Apex in Visual Studio Code
– Execute Schedulable Apex in Visual Studio Code
– Monitor Scheduled Jobs in Salesforce (Setup -> Jobs -> Scheduled Jobs)

From Scripts Folder -> Apex -> Create a folder with extension as .apex (you can create many files and use it whenever needed in your project)

From Command Palette (Ctrl+Shift+P) -> Type Execute Anonymous and Select “SFDX: Execute Anonymous Apex with Currently Selected Text”, results appear in the Output panel as highlighted below screenshots

 

 

 

 

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