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You can increase your code coverage by taking out the unnecessary if statement: /* Class provided by Salesforce help document https://help.salesforce.com/articleView?id=entitlements_milestones_trigger.htm&type=5 */ public class MilestoneUtils { public static void completeMilestone_case(List<Id> caseIds, String milestoneName, DateTime complDate) ...


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Your query: ICIX_V1__Id_Type__c idType = [SELECT Id, Name, ICIX_V1__Type__c, ICIX_V1__Unique_Id__c FROM ICIX_V1__Id_Type__c WHERE ICIX_V1__Unique_Id__c = 'ITEM_N' AND ICIX_V1__Type__c = 'NonUniversal' LIMIT 1]; Will throw this exception when there are no rows to ...


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@Willis Zawisa maybe there is any validation rule thing is active in your Production, that may be the reason for your that test coverage is 0% in Production and that scenario is failing in your test class.


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It might be a bit overkill, but... Try deploying the package metadata to a blank dev org. And then have the dev org create the package via the older packaging methods. You aren't so much interested in the resulting package (assuming it doesn't fail on the test). In this scenario the test cases will run in the context of the dev org and you can capture the ...


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In a version create command, the test is not run in your org. This means that there is absolutely no data or metadata available in the phantom org that runs the test except for that provided in the package. You must create all the data you need for the test to pass. If you need to debug the logic, create a new Scratch Org, install your package and/or deploy ...


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Most possibly your Trigger "SubmitForm" is not executed. The following piece of code is likely not returning the records: //Get the form records to change to submitted List<disco__form__c> forms = [select id ,disco__save_complete__c from disco__form__c where Commodity__r.Inspection_Request__c IN :insList];


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Salesforce provides the Test.loadData method that leverages static resource CSV files to load data for specified SObject types which will do what you need. Part of the problem you will face if you do try to use CSV static resources is making relationships between these objects without introducing an external ID field just for testing. I would say that we don'...


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Figured out that the flow was trying to query data in Salesforce that was not created in the test. Once I figured out that the flow was trying to create a record with a null required field, I added DML at the top of my test to create the needed data and the test runs fine now!


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I imagine that you're probably running into an exception like "List index out of bounds: 0" when you run this test. You haven't inserted any Account records as part of your test method. That, and your hard-coded account id will not exist when you run the test (unless you specify seeAllData = true, which you should basically never do as it breaks ...


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You're trying to run the following query [SELECT Id FROM Account_addresses__c WHERE id = : DelAddrId LIMIT 1] But ask yourself, are you setting delAddrId anywhere in your test method? Does any other code you're executing set that property? If the answer to both of those questions is "no" (and that is indeed the case here), then you have a problem. ...


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You are not populating DelAddrId, so it's null. When you run this query Account_addresses__c ToBeDeleted = [SELECT Id FROM Account_addresses__c WHERE id = : DelAddrId LIMIT 1]; there are no matching records, so you get an exception since you're assigning to a single sObject instance. You don't need to query here - you can just do delete new ...


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checkRecursive.runOnce() is a problem for lots of reasons: It forces your trigger to run exactly once per transaction. As a result, your trigger will run for only one event per transaction, and only for the first DML operation or first batch of 200 records for which it is invoked. An insert followed by an update or delete will not correctly run the trigger ...


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You're likely not getting coverage because you're using try-catch blocks in your unit test. Do not use try-catch in a unit test, unless you're specifically checking logic to ensure that your exception handlers are working correctly. Even then, do not catch Exception, but a specific exception that you're testing for. If there was a wager going around, I'd bet ...


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The only solution I found was to make the failing methods private and expose them only as static ones. So I ended up with a class with static methods, which uses a mockable singleton under the hood. The remaining issue is that private methods are actually being called and not stubbed, so I added an isMocked variable to prevent private methods from execution. ...


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This is something that you need to find out with the execution test class. few points I noticed check the record type of account record created using getAccount. there is a deference record type name refer in the test class and batch job. No data created for the membership object. you can get the unexecuted code using dev console. improve your test class ...


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There's only so much "unhappy path" testing you can do given that Salesforce doesn't allow you to arbitrarily mock out code. One option here is to make your class virtual and refactor the core piece of your class like this: if(emailList.size() > 0){ try{ // Send all email notifications sendEmail(emailList,false); } catch(...


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@IsTest public class AircallTaskTriggerTest { @IsTest static void testAircallDateUpdate() { Contact con = new Contact (FirstName = 'First Name', LastName = 'Test'); insert con; Id caseConcernRecordTypeId = Schema.SObjectType.Case.getRecordTypeInfosByName().get(label.Param_Case_Concern).getRecordTypeId(); ...


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Your class Method has a definition that has a Parameter of string type as shown below doPost(String url) This means you will need to pass the URL when you invoke the method. Change your apex test class as below @isTest public class MyOriginalClassTest { @isTest static void test1(){ RestRequest request = new RestRequest(); RestResponse response ...


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Please check that if Your user has access to Account, because after lead conversion converted account id should be populated by itself.


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There are a number of major issues here that will cause your test class not to work, to produce false positives, or to otherwise misbehave. You need to remove that empty exception handler. You should never do this in a test class, as it can produce false positives. If you code is going to throw an exception you need to know about that in a test class. You ...


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As with all data that is updated during a DML operation, you must re-query this record in order to access any changes. The only field that is automatically updated on an sObject instance is Id, when you perform an insert DML.


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You need to call Test.setMock() prior to running the code that is trying to make the callout, not afterwords. Calling that method is what causes Salesforce to substitute the real callout for the mock one that you're providing (when the callout is attempted).


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The constructor is private, the default access level for classes, methods, and properties, so you cannot call it outside the class. Add @TestVisible or make the constructor public. public tmpOIResultNode (Decimal ACNAbilityToImpact, Decimal PotentialValue, String hoverText, String Or @TestVisible tmpOIResultNode (Decimal ACNAbilityToImpact, Decimal ...


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You could also try the following: if(Test.isRunningTest()) { DmlException e = new DmlException(); e.setMessage('This is a constructed exception for testing and code coverage'); throw e; }


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For deep cloning, you can use the ES6 rest parameter syntax in LWC. Something like below this.countriesDataArray = {...result.data}; However, the jest test failure could be due to the way you have the data in your JSON file. Try using the below in the JSON [ { "ambComboInboundCourier": "Marken", "batchSize": 104, "...


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Use the command npm run test:unit:coverage (i.e., usage of flag --coverage in your test command or you may even update this in the scripts section of package.json config/ you may be familiar with this approach if you have worked in node or npm). --Update-(Start)--: Add the following to the package.json, if you don't have it already. "scripts": { ...


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You cannot effectively write an integration test against multi-leveled or nested asynchronous Apex, which is what you have here (Schedulable enqueuing Batchable). Test.stopTest() will only force the first layer of asynchronous code to run synchronously. While you may see the other layer (the batchable) execute in logs, it's not really running within your ...


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In the test you need to call the batch. I assume you expecting that the schedule from the test will run the batch but it is not always works as expected... Assume something in the SF infrastrucute... You should write in the test: Database.executeBatch(new UpdateFutureCasesToNewStatus ());


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Just a guess here... One weird thing about scheduled contexts in tests - I think it actually fast forwards to the date to run the schedule. So the "Today" context may not be working. One way to resolve this might be to just separate the test for the schedule method and the batch. @isTest public static void batchTest(){ // set up data database....


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Try this ugly code, worked in my case. aw is an AgentWork instance for (ServiceChannel sc : [select Id from ServiceChannel limit 10]){ try { w.ServiceChannelId = sc.Id; insert w; break; }catch(Exception e) { System.debug(LoggingLevel.INFO, 'Service channel with id '+sc.Id+' is invalid'); ...


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As of five days ago, I have a test class that fails because it uses Test.startTest() in a @testSetup method, and the other methods then test classes that make callouts. Previously this test class was working fine for over a year. When Test.starttest() is used it is throwing the error "System.CalloutException: You have uncommitted work pending. Please ...


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I found out from my admin that the Development environment is a partial sandbox and the user validations don't match. Thanks for reading this.


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The reason for this is that in testInterfaceScheduler you are trying to execute two asynchronous transactions after Test.stoptest() The schedulable The batchable Test.stopTest() only executes the first async transaction before continuing to the assert statement. Your debug log will show the batchable being executed but it actually happens (in test context) ...


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It's simple, just coverage the method. Class public with sharing class UserRecord{ public static void verify(Id objRecordId){ UserRecordAccess objRecordAccess = [Select RecordId, HasEditAccess From UserRecordAccess Where UserId = :UserInfo.getUserId() And ...


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No, it will not fail, because they will not run. when the package is installing or upgrading, no tests are performed on subscriber org. Tests of the managed package are only executing when you are creating a package.


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