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DevOps for Salesforce by Nagraj Gornalli, Priyanka Dive

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Configuring a Jenkins job to retrieve metadata from a sandbox

We have created the Git repository with the metadata from the Salesforce Production organization in Chapter 5, Version Control. We will use the same sample project and GitLab repository, Salesforce_demo, with the current production code from the Salesforce Sandbox. The instructions are as follows:

  1. Create the branch to retrieve code from the sandbox:
Branch : sandbox_to_git  
  1. Log in to the Jenkins server and click on New Item to create a Jenkins job:
  1. Give the name Retrive_sandbox_to_git to the Jenkins job. As we are working on an Ant build project, select Build a Free-style ...

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