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I am unable to see changesets under setup in an org I am working in. The only thing I see under setup -> deploy is "monitor deployments".

  • I am the system administrator
  • This is a production org on winter '13
  • The org has sandboxes

I am unaware of any way to enable/disable changesets functionality so I'm wondering why they disappeared.

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check deployment connections, if sandbox is connected to any Other sandbox or production. – Prafulla Patil Jan 19 '13 at 22:56
Check that your Profile has the 'Create and Upload Change Sets' and the 'Deploy Change Sets' Administrative permissions. – techtrekker Jan 19 '13 at 23:01
I can't see the "deployment connections" drop-down under monitor deployments. Yes, this is the standard sys admin profile and has both those permissions. – Greg Grinberg Jan 20 '13 at 8:20
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If you have sandboxes and you are sure you have all the permissions required on the profile (or standard system administrator), contact support.

There is a blacktab permission that might not be enabled for your standard profile. I think that if you log in with a custom admin profile you might be able to see it, in any case, log the ticket and support will fix the profile for you.

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