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On Our production Org we use Partner Community User license;

Now, we are working on the migration to sfdx, and when creating scratch orgs, we don't have Partner Community license:

Scratch org company information - User Licenses: enter image description here

Production org company information - User Licenses: enter image description here

For information, community feature is enabled in my project-scratch-def.json file, any idea how to get Partner Community User license in scratch orgs?

Thank you;

  • On a tangent, I'm not sure the DX development model does much for Communities, since all the metadata you can get for a Community is an inscrutable binary blob. – Charles T May 15 '18 at 12:25
  • @CharlesT thank you, yes sfdx doesn't offer mush options for communities or portals, but for the moment, i just need a Partner Community License for my tests purposes (Need profile with this license) – abdel May 15 '18 at 12:53
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This may not be the right solution for everyone, we have found in our organization that if you make your Scratch Org a Developer Edition org by putting "edition": "Developer" in your Scratch Org Definition JSON then you should have some Partner Community Licenses available.

  • Thank you for your response, i will try with Developer Edition settings, but i hope find a better solution – abdel May 15 '18 at 12:56

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