Using APEX to Commit to GIT

I am discussing a project where an interface will be provided for a team to enter data. We were hoping to store that data into a GIT repository so there’s an easy overview of what changes were made to the data. Would it be possible to make a commit with APEX code? Maybe a combination … Read more

Each Unlocked Package in Separate Repo

I read that people suggest to separate the packages each into their own version control repository. What would be the downside of using one repository and just separating the packages into folders? We are considering keeping one repository when transitioning into packages if it makes sense for our team. Does anyone have any best practice … Read more

Pushing to a remote branch on GitLab from Jenkins for a Salesforce SFDX Project [closed]

Closed. This question is off-topic. It is not currently accepting answers. Want to improve this question? Update the question so it’s on-topic for Salesforce Stack Exchange. Closed 2 years ago. Improve this question I am setting a Pipeline for a Salesforce project and wants to create a Job that refreshes a particular branch with Master … Read more

jsconfig.json in sfdx project

Let’s say we have got (for some reasons) from git jsconfig.json file in /lwc directory. My questions are : for what purposes do we need to use this file at all in project? i can see in include section something like `…../.sfdx/typings/…d.ts files. what purposes is for? (those ones appear in git repository and i … Read more

VS Code shows modified file

We are working on two types of OS – Windows and Mac. I’m just retrieving code from org and VS Code shows that it is modified, but it doesn’t. How to resolve that? Answer Typically, if you’re using a git repository, especially when dealing with Windows vs. Linux/Mac, you’ll find that these changes can happen. … Read more

VS Code shows modified file

We are working on two types of OS – Windows and Mac. I’m just retrieving code from org and VS Code shows that it is modified, but it doesn’t. How to resolve that? Answer Typically, if you’re using a git repository, especially when dealing with Windows vs. Linux/Mac, you’ll find that these changes can happen. … Read more