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Just realized an issue with some of my code coverage. I've been using Quick Deploy quite a lot lately and haven't seemed to have any issues -- my triggers have good code coverage in the sandbox (85-100%) and pass the validation deploy, so I use Quick Deploy and everything's great.

Thing is, I just noticed that most of the triggers I've deployed this way are showing 0% code coverage in production. They show full code coverage in the sandbox, and passed totally fine -- so I think the only issue has to be with the Quick Deploy process.

Has anyone else had this problem? I'm unsure if it's a Quick Deploy bug, or a failure on my part. Wanted to ask around before I create a case.

Thanks!

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  • What results you get after when you "Run All Test" in production?
    – Ashwani
    Jul 16, 2015 at 14:28
  • I assume the tests that cover the triggers in the Sandbox are a) in production already or b) in the deployment set?
    – Matt Lacey
    Jul 17, 2015 at 7:25

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STEPS:

1) You have to re-compile all the classes/triggers - "Compile all Classes" link on Apex Classes page. (i.e.) You need to make sure "Is Valid" check box on Classes and Triggers pages to be checked/enabled.

2) You need to execute "Run All Tests" to get the code coverage for the components back.

UPDATE:

Please clear the Test Data/ Test Execution History before proceeding to the steps listed above. Thanks @Enreeco

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    I whould also suggest a Setup > Apex Test Execution > View Test History > Clear Test Data Jul 16, 2015 at 14:37
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    Yes. This should be the first step before what I listed. Thanks @Enreeco . Let me update the main answer with this information, as it gets the broader audience.
    – Vignex
    Jul 16, 2015 at 14:42
  • Perfect, sorry for the delay but thank you Vignex!
    – mlpSFadmin
    Jul 28, 2015 at 18:52
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This is the random behavior from Salesforce. Though if we compile all classes still its not working.

Please suggest some more options.

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