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What's the cost of additional data storage in Salesforce

This is something you should talk to your (or your client's) Account Manager for, but... From experience, let's just say that the cost is prohibitive. Salesforce doesn't really want customers using ...
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Difference between ISVforce and OEM Embedded App

See this. However, as a short summary, ISVForce partners sell their apps to existing Salesforce subscribers as an addon to Salesforce, so their licenses are addon licenses to base Salesforce licenses, ...
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SFDX or API Call to Install Package using Profile Mapping

You can do it from the Tooling API by creating a PackageInstallRequest record in the target org. This object includes a field ProfileMappings that allows you to specify the source Profile name (in ...
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OEM Partners - Orders Platform permission set license

Answer #1 Permission set licenses augment existing Salesforce licenses, via Setup > Users > Any User Detail page, you can associate these permission set licenses as shown below: On next screen select ...
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Distribution of Salesforce Platform License for AppExchange App

Closing this question as I forgot about it but got the answer. Hope it might help some other people maybe later. My understanding is that when submitting an order using the Channel Order App, the ...
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Salesforce: App Exchange: OEM: We are OEM partner. Can we sell our app to Salesforce existing customer where they are using CRM functionality?

Yes. The limits between OEM and ISV are contractual. Selling an OEM license, you cannot expose base CRM objects in an OEM org. In exchange, you get to set the license fees for the licenses you sell, ...
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Is there a path to upgrade an OEM Embedded org to a full CRM Licensed org?

I received an answer directly from Salesforce on this question and I wanted to share the details here for posterity. If a Salesforce direct AE sells to the same customer and specifies the same OrgID ...
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Different App Versions for Different Clients as OEM Partner

Such an approach does not make sense and strictly you have one package per listing available through the app exchange. While you can have different package versions, 1GP only supports a single upgrade ...
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Saleforce OEM Services and Platform Solution Reseller Agreement

OEM and ISV agreements have several differences: ISVforce partners typically sell apps that depend on Sales Cloud or Service Cloud and that augment those clouds' functions. ISVforce partners sell ...
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Professional Edition - Record Types Limitations (ISV AppExchange App Development)

You won't have a problem. Once certified (passed security review), your app no longer counts towards normal limits, including apps, objects, fields, and so on. They'll even be able to create new ...
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