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Force.com Enterprise Architecture by Andrew Fawcett

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Chapter 11. Source Control and Continuous Integration

So far we have been making changes in the packaging org for the FormulaForce application. This has worked well enough, as you're the sole developer in this case. However, when you add more developers and teams other considerations comes into play, mainly traceability of code changes and also the practical implications of conflicts when more than one developer is working in a development org at a time.

This chapter sees the packaging org take on more of a warehouse-only role, accessed only when there is a need to create a beta or release package and no longer for day-to-day development as we have been doing. This principle can become quite important to you and your customers if they desire that ...

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