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I ran into this issue after I had to change my password in the sandbox. I just ran this command to fix it: sfdx force:auth:web:login -a <alias> -d -r https://test.salesforce.com This will open up your browser to login to the sandbox. I was able to deploy to the org after doing this. (The -r lets you login to a sandbox. Without it, your browser will ...


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I solved it through the following steps- At the bottom left of your VS Code you will find a small box icon to 'open the org'. Just click on that. Wait till the operation finishes. Then try to deploy again.


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No, this would not pass the Security Review, and is inappropriate for a managed package, which should not steal the authentication data of its users. If you want to act on behalf of a user, don't impersonate the user, but ask the user to authorize you to act on their behalf: use an OAuth token with a scope agreed to by the user. It's pretty easy to setup a ...


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