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There is a ClassName.cls-meta.xml that accompanies your class file when you are using SFDX or metadata API to manage your code base. This includes specification of the API version used for that class. The equivalent information is also available in the Salesforce Setup UI along side the class's code within Custom Code > Apex Classes. In editing a class ...


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You may want to look at some of the code of these invocable actions. They show common patterns: https://unofficialsf.com/flow-actions/ (generally there's a link to source code at the bottom of each piece of documentation) basically, set up a new apex class called something like MergeCase. Give it a method like 'execute' and put the invocable method on that. ...


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Apparently, all logic related to removed apex @InvocableMethod get removed from the Process Builder as well.


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