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I have developed an app for the Salesforce platform and have successfully created a beta managed package ready for testing on one of our sandboxes. however when I try to install the package on the sandbox, it fails with a large number of errors detailing that every part of a lightning bundle does not exist. This same error happened when attempting to install a dependency app from the App Exchange directly into the sandbox, but I got around this by installing it into the Test Enterprise Org.

does anyone know why this happens when trying to install to a sandbox? How can I get around this problem with a beta managed package?

This is a portion of the 58 errors that I receive:

1.  No EVENT named markup://it4sxr:SourceAddedEvent found
SourceAddedEvent: No EVENT named markup://it4sxr:SourceAddedEvent found

2.  No CONTROLLER named js://it4sxr.SourceList found
SourceListController: No CONTROLLER named js://it4sxr.SourceList found

3.  No HELPER named js://it4sxr.SourceList found
SourceListHelper: No HELPER named js://it4sxr.SourceList found

4.  No STYLE named css://it4sxr.SourceList found
SourceList: No STYLE named css://it4sxr.SourceList found

5.  No COMPONENT named markup://it4sxr:SourceList found
SourceList: No COMPONENT named markup://it4sxr:SourceList found

6.  No CONTROLLER named js://it4sxr.ImportJobService found
ImportJobServiceController: No CONTROLLER named js://it4sxr.ImportJobService found

7.  No HELPER named js://it4sxr.ImportJobService found
JobServiceHelper: No HELPER named js://it4sxr.ImportJobService found

8.  No COMPONENT named markup://it4sxr:ImportJobService found
ImportJobService: No COMPONENT named markup://it4sxr:ImportJobService found

Thanks

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    I believe this a bug - I hit the same issue yesterday, and have raised a case with support - I'll update here if I get any updates. But I would try installing it in a regular dev org if you can - seems to be a Sandbox issue – BritishBoyinDC Aug 28 '18 at 13:41
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    ah that is a shame - I shall spin up another dev org for testing purposes, thanks :) – D. Woodcock Aug 28 '18 at 14:02
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    Looks very similar to this KI from last summer's release... success.salesforce.com/… – BritishBoyinDC Aug 28 '18 at 14:04
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    I can confirm that we began seeing this too as of yesterday, EXACT same symptom. All sandbox instances fail, all production/dev/test instances work fine. I found at least 3 past known issues on the Salesforce known issues page from past releases that were all marked as resolved, but it's obviously happened again. If Salesforce posts a "Known Issue" for this one, please post it here so we can upvote it. – jkraybill Aug 29 '18 at 3:17
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    I have just checked the release version for the orgs as @DanielBallinger has suggested. The sandbox is running patch 19 and the dev orgs + enterprise org used for testing and demos are running patch 18.7. – D. Woodcock Aug 29 '18 at 8:13
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Since it seems to be an internal Salesforce bug there isn't much you can do about it until they resolve it.

They are onto it:

Team is looking into it right now. W-5394323 for reference if you have a support case or talk to a support agent. - Farhan Tahir


Circumstantial evidence suggests Summer'17 Patch 19.0 could be responsible. So if you can avoid deploying to orgs with that patch version you can avoid the problem. YMMV.

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  • Unfortunately all CS* instances are currently showing as Patch 19.0 :( – jkraybill Aug 30 '18 at 0:20
  • And all scratch orgs use CS Instances as far as I know? So right now, I can't install packages into my scratch orgs to do any testing... – BritishBoyinDC Aug 30 '18 at 13:02
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    I was just able to install a package that previously failed into a new scratch org, so looks like the updates being pushed out might be resolving this issue? – BritishBoyinDC Aug 30 '18 at 18:03
  • As per How can I tell what is changing in Salesforce as they patch each pod? - I couldn't find any public known issues for 214019100. Only 214019000 – Daniel Ballinger Aug 30 '18 at 19:58

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