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How to deploy Source Format Git Branch meaning SFDX format into non-scratch org or full copy sandbox or production using jenkins?

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  • You could convert it to metadata format and then deploy – kurunve Jun 11 '20 at 5:34
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Just use the sfdx force:source:deploy command, so if you're using the default path for your source it should be something like:

sfdx force:source:deploy --sourcepath force-app --targetusername yourSandboxOrProdUsername

You can see more about this command in the online documentation or by running sfdx force:source:deploy -h.

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  • Thanks Fabien. We are currently using ant migration (old metadata format) with delta deployment from jenkins deployments . I am wondering if the sfdx can also be done in the same way. – Kumara Ravuri Jun 11 '20 at 7:40
  • If you're on the old format, the command is sfdx force:mdapi:deploy, you can use a sourcepath or a package.xml file to specify what you want to deploy. – Fabien Taillon Jun 11 '20 at 7:53
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create a jenkins script in your git repository, in this script you'll execute the SF deploy command. Create a job in jenkins that runs this script.

hope this helps,

good luck

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  • Could you provide more details or examples? – nbrown Jun 11 '20 at 15:47

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