Hoping someone can help with the following issue I am currently experiencing.
I have created a new process via the process builder that sets the Contact owner to be the same as the Account Owner on creation of the Contact.
Now, when I 'run all tests' during deployment or in Eclipse IDE I run into test failures. The affected classes all point to lines in the code wherever a Contact needs to be created in the test class.
Is there anything I can introduce into the test classes to prevent them from failing? or is there something I can introduce to the code to prevent the process from firing when a Contact is being created for code coverage?
To ensure successful deployments I have to deactivate this process and reactivate afterwards.. just so it will upload to Production. Less than ideal. I also created this process to replace an old Apex trigger that did the same job but very unreliably. Now I'm starting to regret archiving this trigger given the interference the process is having on the existing test classes in our Salesforce org.
Any advice/tips/experiences to share on resolving this kind of issue would be greatly appreciated!
Also going to include an error message and the lines of code throwing this error below.
'System.DmlException: Insert failed. First exception on row 0; first error: UNKNOWN_EXCEPTION, We can't save this record because the “Set Contact Owner to Org Owner on Creation” process failed. Give your Salesforce admin these details. An unhandled fault has occurred in this flow
An unhandled fault has occurred while processing the flow. Please contact your system administrator for more information.: '
Class.MyProfilePageControllerTest.testSave: line 35, column 1
line 32 to 35, column 1:
Contact c = new Contact(); c.LastName = 'TestContact'; c.mailingcountry = 'Ireland'; insert c;