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Is it possible to get an admin/audit/other report on ALL changes that were made to a sandbox?

Assuming more than one person is working on a certain SB, I want to know what changes have been made and/or were not deployed.

  • Custom objects
  • Reports
  • VF pages
  • APEX classes/triggers
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Tquila have released a pretty cool tool that lets you do a diff between 2 orgs. It's quicker than using eclipse.

It's very useful and lets you drill down to the exact changes. You can go right into the code to see the additions/removals just like a traditional Diff tool.

Here it is

Org Compare UI

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Create a new project in eclipse Ide with components like custom objects,reports,vf pages,apex.Then try to deploy the components to server(sandbox) to know the difference the between components in two sandbox instances.enter image description here

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I also use Eclipse with the IDE for this type of comparison. You can gain more insight into what changes are made instead of just which components are different if you select two src folders and compare them with each other.

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From there you will see a Structure Compare dialog, through which you can drill down to individual components and compare their source.

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