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How Reference A Global Inner Class From a Managed Package?

The issue was I needed to increment the package version of the managed package in the metadata file of the apex class I was trying to update. The metadata file looked like this - <ApexClass xmlns=&...
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Will Lightning Web Components get my managed package prefix?

The namespace prefix only applies outside your own package. In other words, internally, you'd write c-a-b-c_my-component or c/a-b-c_my-component, but your subscribers would have to write abc-a-b-c_my-...
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How to handle setup and nonsetup objects record creation on postinstall script

You might try using one of the Async Apex constructs. I know you can run Batchable from an install handler so I suspect you can run queueable. You could spawn some Queueables and have each handle only ...
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How to handle setup and nonsetup objects record creation on postinstall script

Stop trying to automate everything and let the admin do some of the job. The appropriate way of doing this is writing a document with instructions on how to use your app, and that includes "...
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CRM Analytics (AKA Wave, Einstein) packaging questions

Reference Material Thanks to this local post Adding a CRM Analytics Dashboard to a Salesforce page so users without license can see it?, that contains this insight that sums up the process well: It's ...
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Accessing Custom Permission from Managed Package

Another solution to this limitation of the platform would be to query the permission table with SOQL, as in this question. You can query the SetupEntityAccess table or, more directly, the ...
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