I have created one secetion on the Account Object.Section name is "Account Order Info",In that secetion I have attached to one VF page in sandbox.Now my question is how to deploy the my section to Production? I know how to deploy the VF page to Production. Suppose I deploy VF page to Production it show's section on the Account? Otherwise we will create new section then attached to my VF page?in the Production.

Thanks & Best Regards, Ramesh


The question is a bit ambiguously worded but I gather that you want to push your VF page changes to production. There are multiple ways to do so. One of easiest ones is to create a change set and follow these steps

Configure the deployment connection on both your production and sandbox org.

Setup> App Setup > Deploy > Deployment connections

Once that is done you can make and outbound change set on your sandbox

Setup> App Setup > Deploy > Outbound Change Sets

Once you've added your VF pages and apex class(es) click the add/View dependencies button and you'll see that it will list metadata such as the custom object you're using. Once you upload your change set a target organisation you'll be able to validate and deploy it there.

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  • I am agree to answer but I created one section on Account object,This section attached VF page,How to deploy the my Account page layout – Ramesh S Jan 7 '14 at 8:19
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    Include your page layout in the Change Set. Refer this link for the full list of components that can be deployed via a Change Set - help.salesforce.com/… – Gaurav Kheterpal Jan 7 '14 at 8:28
  • If my answer helped resolve your issue, please mark as it Accepted for everybody's benefit. Thanks! – Gaurav Kheterpal Jan 7 '14 at 8:40
  • +1 Gaurav. While deploying when u click on View dependencies it will display the list which uses the vf like page layout ,Account object name ...there select all and proceed. – Sindoora Jan 7 '14 at 9:49

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