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i made the changes for solution number 1 which worked fine however for Part 2) i am getting this error...can anyone advise please?


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Part 1 Remove sfdx force:org:list from the JSON file. It should start with { and end with }. Part 2 Type in sfdx commands into the Terminal. You can open the Terminal with Ctrl+Shift+~. It appears in the bottom right side of the window. You can see it in your first screenshot where it currently says PROBLEMS (1). You can also click TERMINAL to start a new ...


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You probably have app.js-meta.xml on the root folder (force-app/main/default/lwc), while it should be on the app folder (force-app/main/default/lwc/app)


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I didn't pay close enough attention to the tutorial I landed on from a google search. It was step 2 in a multi-step tutorial and I hadn't done step 1 yet. If you find yourself in a similar situation, please do better than I did here and double-check that you have done all the previous steps in the trailblazer tutorial.


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On my side I don't find also a trail concerning design pattern. Nevertheless there is a trailmix concerning this point here : https://trailhead.salesforce.com/en/users/bkbroughton/trailmixes/enterprise-patterns-library The trailmix mentionned both modules : - https://trailhead.salesforce.com/content/learn/modules/apex_patterns_dsl - https://trailhead....


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For my friends who stucked at 93% code coverage, here is what I did to resolve the issue. All we need is to tweak the function call by passing a negative value of numerator. Calculator.divide(-12,2);


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Every Salesforce certification has an Exam Guide linked on its Trailhead page (see Administrator for example). The Exam Guide lays out what material you are expected to know to pass the exam successfully. It's up to you to ensure you have mastered that material. The Trailmixes linked on each exam page are a good start. You will almost certainly also spend a ...


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