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I am facing a weird issue during production deployment.

I have created a picklist field (which is not exist in Production) Lead_Assignment_Status__c which is by-default restricted and values are New and Assigned. This picklist is not mandatory field.

Lead Assignment Status

In the testSetup method, created lead records as follows and updated Lead_Assignment_Status__c = 'Assigned':

Lead objLead = new Lead();
        objLead.RecordTypeId = 'xxxx';
        objLead.Company = 'Test';
        objLead.FirstName = 'f1';
        objLead.LastName = 'l1';
        objLead.Lead_Stage__c = 'New';
        objLead.Status ='New';
        objLead.LeadSource ='External Referral';
        objLead.Email ='test@gmail.com';
        objLead.IsConverted = false;
        objLead.OwnerId = UserId; 
insert objLead;

//updates Lead with Assigned Status
       objLead.Lead_Assignment_Status__c = 'Assigned'; 
       update objLead; 

During deployment this code snippet is failing with this error at this line update objLead;:

System.DmlException: Update failed. First exception on row 0 with id 00Q16000018n8DREAY; first error: INVALID_OR_NULL_FOR_RESTRICTED_PICKLIST, bad value for restricted picklist field: Assigned: [Lead_Assignment_Status__c]

When I run this test class at our development environment it is running without any errors.

My question is why this is failing during deployment.

  • Do the picklist values exist in production already? – sfdcJameson Nov 18 '16 at 21:21
  • no, its a new field – Santanu Boral Nov 18 '16 at 21:23
  • Try creating that field in Production and setting the picklist values before deploying and see if that fixes the issue. – sfdcJameson Nov 18 '16 at 21:25
  • best information I've been able to find is a link to a blog: opfocus.com/… . I didn't find anything specific in the Winter '17 release notes (and restricted picklists went GA in summer '16). Perhaps it's worth calling into Salesforce support. – Derek F Nov 18 '16 at 21:33
  • you are correct – Santanu Boral Nov 18 '16 at 21:33
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I have created this field in production prior to deploying test classes and it has been successfully deployed.

Thanks to sfdcJameson

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