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A dev hub org is an org that exists to manage other orgs. It is one of the features of the Salesforce DX project. The dev hub allows someone in the org to see all orgs that are being managed for the deployment lifecycle in Salesforce DX.

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Ability to enable Dev Hub / Unlocked Packages for Partner Developer Edition Org

I'm using a Partner Developer Edition org to develop features for a managed package (which resides in a different org). According to the Winter '19 Release Notes, Developer orgs should have the Dev ...
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How to get non-SFDX folder structure in VS Code in Dev Hub enabled Org?

We have enabled Dev Hub in our org but we are not using Salesforce DX. Since Dev Hub is enabled, when we create projects, we get SFDX folder structure. But when we do code merge, our code repository ...
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User can create DX Unlocked package but not a version

When creating a DX Unlocked Package version from a DevHub org and user with Second Generation Packages Enabled (1h ago) sfdx force:package:version:create -p "myapp" -x -json I get the following ...
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How do I view a list of packages installed in a DevHub org using the SFDX CLI?

When I run: sfdx force:package:installed:list -u DevHub (where DevHub is the alias of my production org, which IS enabled as Dev Hub and also has 2GP enabled) I receive this error: ERROR ...
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Scratch org: how to retrieve metadata

Scratch org: how to retrieve metadata I am probably missing some concepts, but this are the steps that I have follow to create a new scratch org from a developer edition org. Created a new dev org ...
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Do I need to enable Dev Hub in my PROD Org?

I want to adopt Salesforce DX development. Do I have to enable Dev Hub in my Prod Org, or can I activate it in a new Developer Edition, do my development in scratch orgs and eventually deploy the ...
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Authentication into Dev Hub does not work in CLI

I type in Salesforce CLI the following command: $ sfdx force:auth:web:login -d -a DevHub My browser opens up a login form. I pick the org which has Dev Hub enabled. Then in browser I am getting ...
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How do we use DevHub when developers should not have accesss to Production data?

We are getting our feet wet with DevHub. It seems that for our developers to be able to use it we need to give them accounts in our Production org. However, our developers are outside contractors, and ...
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Scratch ORG versioning with GitHub

Our company wants to use the benefits of SDFX's scrath orgs for versioning and deploying to our GIT repository. Once we install the CLI I can see I need to login using the command sfdx force:auth:web:...
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All org info lost every time after computer reboot

so I can connect to the DevHub, spin up scratch orgs without any issue. And when I ran sfdx force:org:list, everything is listed as it should but every time after I reboot my (work) computer, sfdx ...
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How to utilize Devhub for Managed Package development?

I'm trying out the capabilities of DevHub, in order to get product development from DE to DX org. This Trailhead helped me learning Devhub and DX+CLI functionalities. I'm thinking of a way to migrate ...
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Unable to Authorize Hub Environment with JWT

I'm getting the following error when attempting to authorize a Hub environment to use Salesforce DX. I've set the variables including the path to the server.key. Also, I'm attempting to authorize from ...
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ERR_CONNECTION_REFUSED on DX DevHub trial org

I'm not sure what I'm doing wrong, but I signed up for a DevHub trial org, got the verification email, clicked the verify link and immediately got a This site can’t be reached [domain].my....
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Dev Hub in Partner org

I have a partner Org where Environment hub is setup. I couldnt see the Dev hub option in the org. I know that it is available in: Salesforce Classic and Lightning Experience Dev Hub available in: ...
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What are the options for cross-org use of a dev hub?

We (a salesforce development and support team) have several orgs, with varying schemas for varying companies with some cross-org work. I've seen a fair few of the dreamforce videos (none of which have ...
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Can a developer create scratch orgs without a login on the Dev Hub org?

Dev Hub can only be enabled in Production, right? At least I don't see an option to enable Dev Hub in a Sandbox. My concern: does every developer need an active user account on Production to be able ...
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Does enabling Dev Hub disable anything else? Can I turn off Dev Hub?

I am looking at that Dev Hub feature and how well scratch org development mirrors what I do currently in Sandboxes and metadata API deployments. It'd be nice to pilot the feature, but if it is ...
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Managed package in sfdx scratch org

How do I install managed package in scratch org? Probably, I need to make use of sfdx force:package:install -i <package id> -k <installation key>. But I do not want to purchase package ...
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Can Dev Hub be enabled if we are on Salesforce Classic?

We have a big, existing org with tons of Visualforce and Apex and we are very, very far from being able to enable Lightning Experience. The question is, can we enable Dev Hub to start experimenting ...
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Which Salesforce License is required to use Dev Hub (beta)?

Today I've tried to enable the new Dev Hub for some of our Developers. Dev Hub itself is working only for me as I am using a Salesforce license with the Profile System Administrator. Since the Devs ...
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Removing old hub org, or non-scratch org from Salesforce DX org list

In the Salesforce DX pilot, every pilot participant was given a temporary dev hub org. These orgs expired, were destroyed, and sent back to the matrix in advance of the open beta. I had an existing ...