I wrote a couple of weeks ago I wrote about the GlobalPicklist changes in Winter ’17. This past week I learned that there was another change in the release notes that I overlooked. After updating the Case object to API … Continue reading
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Like many companies, we have a deployment process in place to handle changes in seasonal releases in Salesforce so that when a sandbox is ahead of production, we can still deploy to both without having to wait for production to … Continue reading
In Spring ’15 Salesforce released a feature called “Quick Deploy” that allows you to only run a small subset of tests when you do your deployment instead of running all the tests. When you’re in an org like ours that running … Continue reading
There’s a great feature we use all the time in Solenopsis that isn’t as documented as it should be. This is the ability to write an XSLT to apply to your objects at time of pull, push or both.
Introduction I’ve been asked several times (and have presented a couple of times) on how our team handles doing Continuous Integration (CI) and Continuous Deployment (CD) with a distributed team. However one of the points that I’m always asked is … Continue reading
Today I started setting up the repository for people to use to install the Solenopsis rpm. The problem is I want to be able to build the rpm (via Jenkins) and push it to a remote server and automatically have … Continue reading