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Account parentAccount = TestUtils.createAccountWithRecordType(Schema.SObjectType.Account.getRecordTypeInfosByName().get('Parent Account').getRecordTypeId(),false);
        parentAccount.City__c = 'Delhi';
        insert parentAccount;

Account childAccount = TestUtils.createAccountWithRecordType(Schema.SObjectType.Account.getRecordTypeInfosByName().get('Account').getRecordTypeId(),false);
        childAccount.ParentId = parentAccount.id;
        childAccount.City__c = 'Jaipur';
        **insert childAccount;** // Here Error is Comming

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  • Do you have any field on Account that is marked as Unique ? – Vijay Ganji Apr 3 at 12:10
  • Is it only your code? Or are you adding twice childs or Parent, for example? – m Peixoto Apr 3 at 12:18
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In this context that error suggests that both the parentAccount and the childAccount share the same value for some unique identifier. I wonder if you have an external ID configured and this is getting set the same in both cases?

  • Thank you, Yes it is working now – Sanjay Apr 3 at 12:29

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