Activity Forums Salesforce® Discussions What is the difference between governor and execution limits in Salesforce?

  • Prachi

    August 14, 2018 at 12:44 pm

    hello anurag,

    Governer and execution limits is one term. So, there is no difference in between them.

    Governor execution limits ensure the efficient use of resources on the multitenant platform. It is the limit specified by the on code execution for efficient processing.


  • Parul

    September 9, 2018 at 5:53 pm

    Hi Anurag,

    If governor limit is exceeded, a run-time exception that can’t be handled is thrown. By following best practices in your code, you can avoid hitting these limits.

    Execution limits ensure the efficient use of resources on the Lightning Platform multitenant platform. Most of the governor and execution limits are per transaction, and some aren't, such as 24-hour limits.

Log In to reply.

Popular Salesforce Blogs

Popular Salesforce Videos