Being able to export a summary of an org's metadata state for reference, prior to a deployment or as part of our reporting, would be great.1 vote
We have no way of knowing when the files were last changed on the source control side. Tried only with BitBucket though.4 votes
That is something we should definitely show. We’ve added it to our investigation list to see if it can be added into the app.
It'd be nice to have a link to the report included in the notification for any scheduled monitoring, test run or deployment/validation.4 votes
Thanks for the suggestion.
When you run a deployment, the deployment success email contains the PDF of the deployment report, as well as a link to your deployment history to view the full information.
For the test/change monitoring emails, what sort of report would you like to see? Would you like to see the full information on tests run or just a summary of key stats?
We don’t currently provide the ability to export PDF reports for our change and test monitoring jobs in the same way as our deployments, but it’s something we’ve been thinking about putting in.
Extend the diff tool to allow the user to perform a merge, creating a new version of the component that contains some changes from the source version and some changes from the target version. This would be very useful in a team development scenario where multiple devs are working on features in individual dev sandboxes and then pushing completed features into an integration sandbox.30 votes
Merging differences between Apex classes and VisualForce pages is difficult to do automatically due to the understanding required by the developer. For differences between two orgs in other object types, Gearset helps you sidestep that with our granular comparison results. This blog post explains more: https://gearset.com/blog/merging-salesforce-metadata
Tag orgs and deployment entries, then allow you to filter results by tag. This would help filtering down results by specific org (e.g. prod) or by a client or team member.0 votes
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