Great news! Salesforce DevOps Center is Generally Available.

I am struggling to connect it to a repository owned by Organization.

DevOps Center guide says the following:

GitHub repos owned by an organization aren’t visible in DevOps Center until an organization account owner provides access.

  1. Authenticate to GitHub through DevOps Center.
  2. In GitHub, provide access to both Salesforce Integration applications.
    One provides integration across your GitHub repo, DevOps Center, and development environments (scratch orgs and sandboxes). The other provides integration across your GitHub repo, DevOps Center, and production orgs. ...

So, I am stuck. In personal Github Account I can see only one Salesforce Integration Application and I grant access to the org via this OAuth App.

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As a result I cannot create a project with repo owned by my Organization's GitHub Account, though the repo itself is being created. Neither I can create a project and link to existing repo, I keep getting error message that the repo does not exist.

Please help.

UPD: My personal account is the owner of the organization account, and I am a member of Developers team that has read/write access to the repo.

  • Who is the owner of the gir repo that's getting created? Dec 29, 2022 at 15:36
  • The Organization Account Dec 29, 2022 at 15:42

1 Answer 1


Well, the resolution was under my nose. Since my GitHub Organization Account has an IP Allow list enabled, I have to add DevOps Center IP addresses to this list and a range of relevant Salesforce IP addresses.

Initially I forgot to enlist my Salesforce's IP range, that's why the package was able to create repo/project, but it was not able to see existing repos.

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