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I want to know if i can save my unmanaged packages in my local pc, or if it only save in salesforce.

If I want to save my unmanaged packages for use after in other Org, can i do it?

Thanks for your help!

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Development tools such as the Force.com IDE (and others - see this Force.com Tools and Toolkits list) allow configuration and code from one org to be extracted to your local PC and then pushed from there into a different org.

If you don't need the IDE facilities, the Force.com Migration Tool - Ant tasks - can be used instead as they are only concerned with transferring the configuration and code from/to orgs.

(And once you have got the configuration and code onto your local PC you can then add it to a version control system so you can better track changes.)

But see Sebastian's important point about the unmanaged code being installable without needing to do the transfer to your PC.

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Veronica, Salesforce code and packages live in the cloud. This doesn't mean you can't download a copy of your code. In fact, most of us do this daily by using tools like Eclipse or Mavens Mate.

However, regardless of whether you have a copy of your code or not, the actual act of packaging happens online. Once you created your package, Salesforce will email you a link (and it'll be available online too). With that link, you can install your unmanaged code in any org you wish to.

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