How can I identify which third party tools are currently integrated within my instance?

  • Surely this question is resolved?
    – Adrian Larson
    Jul 29, 2016 at 16:39

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View Installed Package Details

To access the package detail page, from Setup, enter Installed Packages in the Quick Find box, select Installed Packages, and then click the name of the package that you want to view.

It's right under the Build section, not even nested.

Setup Menu Screenshot

Here's what the page looks like:

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Installed Packages

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On Force.com AppExchange you can browse, test drive, download, and install pre-built apps and components right into your salesforce.com environment. Learn More about Installing Packages.

Apps and components are installed in packages. Any custom apps, tabs, and custom objects are initially marked as "In Development" and are not deployed to your users. This allows you to test and customize before deploying. You can deploy the components individually using the other features in setup or as a group by clicking Deploy.

Depending on the links next to an installed package, you can take different actions from this page.

To remove a package, click Uninstall. To manage your package licenses, click Manage Licenses.

For each application, you can view:

  • Package Name
  • Description (not a column, it's listed under each package)
  • Publisher
  • Version Number
  • Namespace Prefix
  • Install Date
  • Limits (checkbox if package consumes normal limits, see below for more detail)
  • Apps (count)
  • Tabs (count)
  • Objects (count)

For the Limits checkbox, certified managed packages get their own set of limits for most per-transaction limits. See Execution Governors and Limits, specifically the Per-Transaction Certified Managed Package Limits section. The box is unchecked for such packages.

  • Maybe I understood this users question differently. Incase I want to find the versions of the integrations(Like SAP, SmartyStreets, etc) and not managed packages, how can I do it?Thanks
    – Swetha
    Nov 17, 2020 at 9:46

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