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I have not tried this, but I believe there is some overhead in creating & setting up Trialforce orgs that maybe you could avoid. What we do for Geopointe is we have a bunch of demo orgs we created from Partner Portal. Currently, we have... Group Edition Pro Edition Enterprise Edition Enterprise Edition w/ Person Accounts turned on They all have a set ...


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There is no necessity that a trial PE org has to be deleted when converted to EE. Customers upgrade from PE to EE all the time, and they do not have to start over. So you're probably fine. An alternative is to sign up for a free Developer Edition, which has all the EE features. Do your work. When you're done, use the workbench or the Force.com IDE to ...


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TL;DR You can't get Apex Code "for free." Either they upgrade, or you release your app on the AppExchange. More... Apex Code isn't "free"; it requires Enterprise Edition or higher. The lower versions are basically teaser versions, with the intent that you'll grow into a larger edition (Enterprise Edition or better). Professional Edition expressly forbids ...


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The correct link for Enterprise edition trial is: https://www.salesforce.com/form/signup/freetrial-ee-service-lb.jsp Or navigate Salesforce.com -> Editions & Pricing -> [Edition you want] -> Start Trial


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As +mkorman suggested in his comment, some servers are not capable to upgrade service packages. In my case, it was NA22. I tested the same upgrade on NA34 and the upgrade went well.


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If you are already using a Trial org and don't want to use your actual org then Sign up for Dev Hub trial org. It gives you 30 Day full trial so you can easily test this. https://developer.salesforce.com/promotions/orgs/dx-signup


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When you use JSON.deserializeUntyped(Object) method you must type-cast it to expected type always. Assuming that you are expecting String type so, statement should be like: String result = (String)JSON.deserializeUntyped(response.getBody()); Alternative but not always recommended String result = String.valueOf( JSON.deserializeUntyped(response.getBody()) )...


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can not use ToolingAPI to save/modify APEX True. MUST run all test EVERYTIME a single APEX is saved False. For a few releases now, you've been able to specify RunSpecifiedTests during deployment; as long as all classes tested cover at least 75% each and all triggers at least 1% each, deployment can succeed. This allows you to deploy a single class that ...


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Type-cast it into string String result = (String)JSON.deserializeUntyped(response.getBody()); then it should avoid the compilation error. Basically what we are doing is that, we convert the result of JSON.deserializeUntyped() into a string and then store it inside the 'result' variable(which is already a string type reference).


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As far as I know - all date fields should be updated - and the method is according to this: How does "Adjust All Dates in the Resulting Organization Relative to Organization Creation Date" on Trialforce template creation work Anyhow, if this is not enough - you can create a simple class in the managed package that sets your dates, and after package ...


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You can do that - open a case and request this from Salesforce support.


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The new Professional editions of Salesforce comes with Process Builders etc. https://www.salesforce.com/blog/2016/02/new-editions-2016.html Answers to my own questions Unless API is enabled in Professional Edition, we cannot use packages/force.com IDE. And enabling it is not free. The newest editions have Process Builder features. Great!


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1) For the migration you would need to use a tool like the Salesforce deployment tool though this may mean having to get the API access enabled in the Professional Edition trial org. It may be that Salesforce can assist on this or have another way of doing it as they do have types of access that we as customers or consultants can not use. If you have ...


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Trial orgs do not have Site.com licences, you have to contact your Account Manager at Salesforce, maybe they can get you one.


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The most important step is to Log a Case in the Partner Portal and request both Push Major and Push Patch upgrades. Go back to Setup | Create | Packages and select your package Go to the Versions tab and press the Push Upgrades button On the next page, press the Schedule Push Upgrade Select the version you want to upgrade to and the Date/Time you want to ...


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Could you have a "start here" page where the installer clicks some button to provision the org? You can't trigger on user for login times etc. so I think that'd be your only option. Of course you could remove the click and do any provisioning the page's action parameter.


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Can confirm this is still an issue - all trial orgs I have attempted (Regardless of "Edition" selected on Salesforce.com) are defaulting to Professional Edition The link https://www.salesforce.com/form/signup/freetrial-ee-lb.jsp (with "ee" or "ue" doesn't seem to have any effect) It would appear they have removed the ability to register for EE or above ...


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Use below link to create Enterprise trail org https://www.salesforce.org/trial/nonprofit-ee/


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It seems like it's creating a Professional edition as I tried today. https://www.salesforce.com/au/editions-pricing/sales-cloud/ or https://www.salesforce.com/form/signup/freetrial-sales-ee.jsp We probably may need to create a Case to convert it to Enterprise if needed.


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