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Manipulating things like .xlsx, .docx, and .pdf files is theoretically possible, but practically impossible (no standard functionality for doing zip/unzip on files, poor binary stream support, limited CPU and heap). That's not the type of work that the Salesforce platform is meant to do. This is something that should be handled by another service. Heroku ...


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You can use a class extending sandboxpostcopy interface. Put all your setup routines in there. Have it run automatically on sandbox create/refresh. This excel file save as csv, and load up in resources. Then read it from the postcopy class and do all of your queries and updates. Can also spin up a lot of async @future methods from the postcopy class, if ...


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There is no need to reapply PermissionSetAssignment because they should remain intact during sandbox refresh. That is to say, after refresh the sandbox should still have its users, permission sets, and permissionSetAssignment. The users email will be purposefully broken, but you can edit it for the users needing access.. ( That said, you can use dataloader ...


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