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Flosum Vs AutoRabit Vs Copado : Best Salesforce DevOps Release Management Tool

Are you still using changesets or you have moved from changesets to salesforce ant migration tool? Salesforce has again introduced SFDX which supports the source of truth known as Git. Are you using SFDX or still planning to move ahead of salesforce DX to salesforce app exchange products. If yes, then you have come to the right place and I will introduce you to 3 major competitors of salesforce release management which gives you end to end salesforce release management solution to your needs. I have a lot of experience of working with each of these tools and I must say that each one of them is full of amazing features. So, today, I am not going to dig in detail about each product because it would require a lot of commitment to do it, but I would share my knowledge on why each one of them is unique in itself. Topics To Discuss On Also Read:   https://www.sfdc247.com/2020/03/An-Ultimate-List-Of-Top-200-Plus-Salesforce-Blogs-On-Web.html Just
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Top 8 Salesforce Login Extension To Store Salesforce Org Credentials

Salesforce login extensions will store your multiple salesforce/force.com org credentials and allow you to log in quickly to your salesforce environment with one single click. It will authenticate your credential and open them in a default browser window. There are many salesforce login extensions which will save your time in storing those credentials and increase your productivity of work ☺. Why Developer/Release Manager/Business Analyst should use Salesforce login Extensions? Let us consider that I am a release manager and daily I have to log in around 10 different salesforce org and for all these orgs I have to memorize there login id and password. There are many occasions where I have to reset my password. Considering these issues/situations, I need a different approach to store all my credentials. Hence, I can choose salesforce login extensions and can open all these 10 orgs at the same point of time and with very minimal memory utilization of remembering salesf

Salesforce Managed vs UnManaged vs Package.xml - A complete Guide

Salesforce provides us with two types of the package in salesforce managed package and unmanaged package. A salesforce package is a list of metadata components which are tightly coupled with all the dependent components. We can use this salesforce package in many ways like deploying them from one Salesforce organization to another. We can also install these packages in our organization and assign them to users. Also Read:   What is Environment, Sandbox, Types Of Sandbox And How To Create Sandbox From Production Salesforce package is the list of metadata components tightly coupled with all the dependent components in the form of a box or container. There are two types of salesforce package Unmanaged Package and Managed Package . Salesforce package.xml contains the list of metadata components in an XML file format. We can retrieve and deploy metadata components using package.xml. Salesforce Topics Of Discussion So, please don’t get confused with salesforce pack