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When I validate a changeset it takes 4 - 6 hours to run all tests, then once validated the Quick Deploy option is available. I will schedule the deployment to happen 2 to 3 days after that, as appropriate to reduce user downtime etc.

While waiting for my deployment window there may be requests to make changes, I generally try to hold off on any changes until the deployment is finished but wonder what operations can be safely performed without affecting the Quick Deploy. I don't want to have to run the validation again, if I don't have to.

  • Is there a list of operations that can be safely performed?
  • Is there a list of operations that will invalidated a Quick Deploy?
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As long as there is no deployment or package installation in the meantime there shouldn't be any problem.

If you perform a deployment after a validation, whether through Quick Deploy, a package installation, or a regular deployment, all validations no longer qualify for quick deployment. Revalidate the set of components to quick-deploy.

(Source: Monitor Deployments - Quick Deployments)

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Markus Slabina has the correct answer. For peace of mind I also took some time to verify this, sometimes the documentation isn't incorrect :) While not exhaustive I was able to verify that the following operations do not invalidate a Quick Deploy:

  • Security Controls
    • Edit Session Settings
    • Edit Password Policies
    • Edit Network Access
    • Edit Named Credentials
  • Profiles
    • Edit Object Settings
    • Edit App Permissions
    • Edit Custom Permissions
    • Edit System Permissions
    • Edit Login IP Ranges
    • Edit Password Policies
    • Edit Login Hours
  • User
    • Add new User
    • Make inactive User active
  • Queues
    • Assign User to Queue
  • Groups
    • Assign User to Group
  • Edit Case Assignment Rules
  • Schedule Apex
    • Schedule an Apex Job
    • Remove Scheduled Apex Job
  • Create new Sandbox
  • Upload new Changeset

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