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What should the developer do to identify the configuration changes that need to be moved into production?

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Jacques
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Just prior to a new deployment, the Salesforce Administrator who configured a new order fulfillment process in a developer sandbox suddenly left the company. The users had fully tested all of the changes in the sandbox and signed off on them.

Unfortunately, although a Change Set was started, it was not complete. A developer is brought in to help finish the deployment.

What should the developer do to identify the configuration changes that need to be moved into production?

  • A . Leverage the Setup Audit Trail to review the changes made by the departed Administrator and identify which changes should be added to the Change Set.
  • B . Use the Metadata API and a supported development IDE to push all of the configuration
    from the sandbox into production to ensure no changes are lost.
  • C . Set up Continuous Integration and a Git repository to automatically merge all changes from the sandbox metadata with the production metadata.
  • D . In Salesforce setup, look at the last modified date for every object to determine which should be added to the Change Set.

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Suggested Answer: A

   
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