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I have a Salesforce Service enabled Sandbox and I have created some messaging templates in Service Setup/Home/Channels/Messaging/Messaging Templates. I need to retrieve metadata related to those Templates to vs code using sfdx. How can I modify my package.xml to achieve that?

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Add the MessagingTemplate object to your package:

<types>
  <members>*</members>
  <name>MessagingTemplate</name>
</types>
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  • Im getting this error: ERROR running force:source:retrieve: Element {soap.sforce.com/2006/04/metadata}type invalid at this location – YanetP1988 May 13 at 13:32
  • @YanetP1988 Whoops, yeah, that should have been name, not type. – sfdcfox May 13 at 13:35
  • hahah, no problem. Still, now this: === WARNING: The following metadata isn’t in your org. If it’s not new, someone deleted it from the org. Entity type: 'MessagingTemplate' is unknown – YanetP1988 May 13 at 13:53
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    @YanetP1988 Interesting. I need to some research on this. It doesn't appear in my dev org. – sfdcfox May 13 at 13:53
  • I've been doing some research and it seems that it is not supported by Metadata API – YanetP1988 May 15 at 15:49
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Since it seems that it is not supported by Metadata API, I have found a workaround, with Workbench I queried object Messaging Template:

SELECT DeveloperName,MasterLabel,Message FROM MessagingTemplate

Then in VS Code, exported that result as a JSON file and imported on my other sandbox.

sfdx force:data:tree:export -q "<SOQL query>" -d "<exported file path>"

sfdx force:data:tree:import -f "<exported file path>"
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