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after making updates to a process builder for task record inserts, I am trying to deploy it - using change sets - to the Testing sandbox from our Development sandbox. The previous deployment - which contained 9 Email Alert immediate actions - worked fine in Testing sandbox and is presently activated and has been running for about a month now.

However, after adding a couple more conditions (that use Text Field Immediate Actions) on the Development Sandbox's process builder today, I am getting this error during deployment to Testing sandbox: myRule_1_A1 (Action) -We can't find an action with the name and action type that you specified. I have no idea why the process builder is not deploying. Here are some screen scrapes of the updates I made to the process builder. enter image description here enter image description here

  • between the target and source org, have you renamed any of the Process Builder or Email Alerts? – cropredy May 28 at 0:07
  • The error is probably not coming from this newly added node. – Hengky Ilawan May 28 at 1:16
  • @cropredy I have reinspected this and I don't see any naming differences for the email alerts between Development sandbox and Testing sandbox. – Anthony Williams May 28 at 12:45
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Thanks to all @cropredy and @hengky for their help and I guess both of them were partly correct but here is the full answer. Unbeknownst to me,one of the client's SF Admins had created a new email alert which uses my email template tht my process builder somehow uses. Furthermore, I believe it may also be somehow overriding my original email alert because it is sending out email notifications not just to the assignee of the Task but also CC'd email addresses. So the issue basically was that an email alert - that I did not create - was not put into the change set. Solution: Add that email alert into the change set.

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