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I am new to the Salesforce Releasing Process and I want to know the correct path for Salesforce SDLC.

I have created and uploaded a Managed Released package. When I log in to APO and go to the Link Your Organization section I give credentials of my packaging Org (in which I developed and uploaded the package). In the Your Uploaded Package Section it says it didn't find the uploaded package. Am I going in the wrong direction?

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It's not the answer to your specific question, but I know sometimes when you upload a package, you have to wait a while for Salesforce. For example, when I upload a managed package and then try to install it in a Sandbox for testing a while later i get the same. I've had to wait a couple of hours before. –  Phil Hawthorn Dec 6 '12 at 13:00
    
yes, i got the solution, i had to wait some time to get the package in APO. –  Axaykumar Varu Dec 6 '12 at 13:14
    
do you want to provide this as an answer, that will help others in the future. –  Phil Hawthorn Dec 6 '12 at 13:27
    
@Phil your first comment is a good answer, if you repost it you'll get my vote –  Daniel Blackhall Dec 6 '12 at 21:52
    
@Phil Hawthorn, i cant see the option for mark as answer –  Axaykumar Varu Dec 7 '12 at 5:16
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By popular demand :), here's my first comment as an answer:

It's not the answer to your specific question, but I know sometimes when you upload a package, you have to wait a while for Salesforce. For example, when I upload a managed package and then try to install it in a Sandbox for testing a while later i get the same. I've had to wait a couple of hours before.

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