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We don't generally offer product comparisons on this network. For one, tools are not one-size-fits-all. If I had a preference for one over the other, that would be because one suited my goals better than the other. My goals may not be your goals, and my checklist of features are not necessarily your checklist of features. In other words, any product review ...


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While this is a large question that is in part opinion-based, I think there are some factual elements we can address quite directly. Currently our implementation partner and CSA involved seems to be telling us that 'package development model' is not an established development model. I disagree strongly with this claim. The package development model is well-...


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There is a Salesforce Labs application called Package Visualizer that offers, as part of its functionality, scheduling push upgrades for 2GP managed packages. The user guide for the application describes its push-related functionality. One thing to note is You can only select up to 10,000 Subscribers for a single Push Upgrade Request Disclosure: I am a ...


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Any expectation that Salesforce will build UI for this soon? No. As you probably know, Safe Harbor rules. They won't announce a UI for this until it's nearly ready. If you have an NDA and an inside contact, you can ask them yourself. I have such access, but I wouldn't be able to share that knowledge without written consent, so even if I asked for you, I ...


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In my case, I was deploying a Custom Object with <enableActivities>true</enableActivities> omitted, and then redeploying with the layout and enableActivities set. That should have worked, but failed due to this bug: https://trailblazer.salesforce.com/issues_view?id=a1p3A000000IXGkQAO&title=excluding-enableactivities-and-enablereports-settings-...


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If you're trying to build an Unlocked Package, you need to specify this feature in your Scratch Org Definition File. Example definition file: { "edition": "Enterprise", "features": ["StateAndCountryPicklist"] }


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As per the documentation you need to first: Makes sure the state and country picklist is enabled in the ORG This is likely the problem.


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StateCode field is available for org if country picklist is enabled in the org. Make sure, that you have it enabled for your environment. in lightning: Setup -> Data -> State and Country/Territory Picklists -> Complete all the steps


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it may be too late to respond to your question. Maybe somebody else needs the answer too. Ans: Please make sure that the child object was deployed and contain the master-detail field. Ex: I have deployed credit object which is a child object of the account first, then I can deploy the account roll-up field.


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The easiest and in fact a better practice is to combine all these resources into a single changeset, instead split into two or a few changesets (Usually, one would keep all the dependencies in the 1st change set, like profile/object/field creation etc, and then have 2nd changeset that refers these items). Of course, having too many changesets, may trigger ...


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Related to SFDX update, probably because its related to some of the issues SF is facing in last few days(Service disruption with DNS/ISP etc). You can try - sfdx config:set defaultusername=<user_name> Reference - https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.sfdx_dev.meta/sfdx_dev/sfdx_dev_cli_usernames_orgs.htm


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Per the inputs from the Salesforce product team, this is working as designed behaviour. This warning was added to alert customers that the dashboardId could become invalid when we are deploying the bundle in a different org where the dashboard corresponding to this id may not be present and hence the component may not work as expected. Also "The ...


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regex_lib: remove-simple-tag: '(?s)(\n\s*<REPLACEVALUE>[\s\S]*?</REPLACEVALUE>)' rules: remove-all-consumerKey: extensions: connectedApp regex_name: 'remove-simple-tag' replace_values: consumerKey replace_with: branches:


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You can use package to push the changes. Packages offer the ability to put your change set in a little, well packaged bundle and have it accessible for installation via the AppExchange. You can also have a look at Salesforce DX and Salesforce CI which provides a much powerful and new alternative to change sets. Many third-party CI tools are available for you ...


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I suggest packaging is the answer here. The benefit here is that you can apply some form of control, including versioning, putting all your complex metadata into a version control system like git (there are lots of cloud-based git repository managers, like github, Bitbucket etc.). Packages also require your test suite to successfully execute at the time of ...


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I'm not familiar with the tools, but I believe it should be: rules: remove-consumer-Key: extensions: - connectedApp regex_name: 'remove-simple-tag' branches: replace_values: - consumerKey replace_with: I am presuming case sensitivity for all of the parameters. This should likely give you the desired effect.


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