FlexDeploy How To

As you likely know by now, FlexDeploy is an Enterprise DevOps platform with fully integrated support for Salesforce apps, metadata customizations, integrations and more. This is the second article in a blog series that will help you understand what makes FlexDeploy a perfect choice to implement DevOps, CI/CD, and release automation with Salesforce. Some articles

Our new outgoing webhooks feature allows users to subscribe to certain events that occur within FlexDeploy. One of these events is the workflow completed event. This means that when a workflow is completed you can use FlexDeploy’s growing library along with groovy code to execute a script. Today let’s look at one use case for

Manual Data Fixes? Do you have a DevOps solution in place for your applications, integrations, and databases, but find yourself managing “data fixes” for your ERP manually? This is often the case because data is the life-blood for companies and must be protected from corruption. I have seen several different variations, but the process generally

Ansible is an open-source automation tool that provides a simple way to automate applications and IT infrastructure. It allows you to manage configurations, deploy applications, start and stop middleware, and much more. Ansible works by running modules on remote hosts. In order to run these modules, you can execute them on the command line or

FlexDeploy utilizes SSH for communicating to remote endpoints. For Microsoft Windows, Cygwin is required to provide the Unix-like environment containing the required SSH libraries. Install and setup of Cygwin is defined at FlexDeploy Cygwin Install Guide. In this blog, I will describe use of COPSSH instead of Cygwin. Reference from https://itefix.net/copssh – Copssh is an

FlexDeploy’s E-Business Suite file list provides options to configure AOL objects of various types which can be either sourced from Source Control System or development EBS environment. Here is an example of type list. By default, list is not alphabetically sorted but it is configured to show mostly used types on top. If this does