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With both force:mdapi:deploy and force:source:deploy, there is a parameter to specify the test level (-l or --testlevel). Looking through the documentation, it seems like both should be using the "NoTestRun" level (since you're not including apex or triggers) though it is possible that there is a discrepancy between how the mdapi command is run and ...


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To Deploy or Retrieve the LWC component. LightningComponentBundle type is sufficient in package.xml <types> <members>clock</members> <name>LightningComponentBundle</name> </types> Try removing the LightningComponentResource and they deploy it.


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The documentation for force:source:deploy includes a list of flags that it can accept. One of them is -q <validated deploy request id>, which documentation says Specifies the ID of a package with recently validated components to run a Quick Deploy. Myself, I haven't used that flag before, so I'm not 100% sure what the command would be. That said, I ...


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The root cause is just what the error message says, although it takes a bit of unpacking to be clear. The package owns a custom object, and at the time you originally installed it, did not include a Custom Tab for that object. Your org created a Custom Tab for it at some point. A newer package version is now including a Custom Tab for that same object. You ...


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Often this error is introduced when you forget to include new fields in your deployment package. However, it can be introduced with a code only change. A very simple example to illustrate is as follows. Let us imagine you have an org with just these two classes: public class Foo { public static void doStuff() { } } public class Bar { public static ...


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It's unclear from your description exactly what you did, but the situation appears to be that you've retrieved schema elements that belong to other managed packages (Cloudingo, rh2) or which are part of the Salesforce standard schema (AccountTeamMember). You cannot deploy those elements, and will need to remove them from the source tree that you are ...


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