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26 thoughts on “Updated GitHub Deploy Tool : Sandbox Support

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  2. This is brilliant but I’m getting the following error when trying to deploy to Sandbox. “Application Error
    An error occurred in the application and your page could not be served. Please try again in a few moments. If you are the application owner, check your logs for details.” Is this working for anyone else?

  3. Is there a reason this is married to GitHub? Could it work on repos held elsewhere just as easily?

  4. Hi Andrew, I tried using the sandbox link and it shows the below error message.

    classes/SObjectDataLoaderTest.cls(521,87):Method does not exist or incorrect signature: [SObjectDataLoader.SerializeConfig].addToUserFieldBlackList(Map>)

  5. This is great.

    Is Lightning/Aura not supported? I receive this error: “The prefix “aura” for element “aura:application” is not bound.”


    • Yes it should be, is the file valid if you save it via one of the Salesforce editors? If so, raise a GitHub issue with the repo name and I will take a look.

      • i have the same issue “The prefix “aura” for element “aura:application” is not bound” i’m working with vsCode !

      • I am guessing this a vscode only error and your push or deploy will he fine. I think it’s basically looking for a valid xml namespace declaration for aura and since those are typically not included in an aura markup you are getting this error. Just a theory.

  6. Is this deployment tool working also with bitbucket? Or can I make something to make it work in bitbucket? Thanks.

    • This has been on the enhancements list for a while. It’s not often the request comes up for this support to be honest. The project is open source, so it would be great if your able to contribute code to add this. Sorry in the meantime, bit bucket is not supported. Andy

  7. Hi @andreww : I was trying to deploy feature branch of repo. Is it possible?

  8. @andreww: Thanks for the great tool. I´m having problems deploying to any Sandbox. I´m always getting an oAuth Error:
    1800 : There was a problem in setting up your remote access

  9. Any solution to the Oauth?

  10. Hello Andrew, hope you are doing well. I am also getting oauth error while logging in to sandbox. Any help is appreciated.


    • You need to speak to your admin, there are connected app settings in the org that they must have used to block this app

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