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    1 comment  ·  Help us improve Gearset » New feature  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    Have you considered using Gearset's CI, configuring a job to export your production org to a git branch?

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    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    Hi Martin and Nigel,

    We've just released the part 1 of your feature request and we'll keep in review the extension to have some sort of templating functionality available.

    Regards,

    The Gearset Team

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    3 comments  ·  Help us improve Gearset » Data  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    It's now possible to filter records by formula fields on the Salesforce object.

    This allows you to create the complex formulas on your objects and filter by those fields in Gearset.

    This article has more information on how to set this up: https://docs.gearset.com/feature-guides/data-loader/complex-filtering-in-data-deployments

    Please let us know if you have any feedback on this filtering!

    Tom

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    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    Our metadata comparison filter now supports using regex to exclude metadata which would give you the ability to create various rules to not include items for comparison.

    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    I believe the new granular comparison filters feature would enable this ability in many ways. You could select the orgs, let the list metadata call finish, deselect the items you don't want to include in the comparison (or manually add them), save the filter and apply it when running a comparison.

    It wouldn't quite fit with a particular workflow in terms of seeing it from the results grid and indicating to exclude it - but does get you quite a bit of the way there if you pre-configure what to exclude from a filter.

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    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    Thanks for the suggestion to a problem we also experience!

    It turns out that it's a tricky one to address: the change(s) in XML order is sometimes important (e.g. picklists) and sometimes not (e.g. layouts); and we haven't found a good way to distinguish the differences to help users in a consistent and reliable manner.

    This happens because the Salesforce metadata API is not always consistent in the XML order when returning XML elements.

    We've published an article to discuss this issue in more detail.

    https://docs.gearset.com/troubleshooting/comparisons-and-deployments/why-is-xml-order-of-some-metadata-in-the-comparison-results-different

    The potential approaches are:
    - we try to identify which changes are relevant, but potentially hide changes you care about or
    - we show you all the differences, relevant or not, but it's annoying for users because you get lots of false positives

    What do you think about these approaches? Or is there another approach we haven't thought of?

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    1 comment  ·  Help us improve Gearset » New feature  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
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    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    Hi Alok,

    Thanks for the suggestion, can you give a little more detail why you want to see this?
    Are your orgs and your repository currently in drastically different states?
    Are there a certain set of things you want to exclude from every CI deployment? Does this change from deployment to deployment?

    You mentioned about overwriting changes, could you give us a bit more information on your current development process and how the risk of overwriting changes comes about?

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    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    @Matthias Löblich: I'll follow up over email to get a bit more info from you on what's needed if that's okay?

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    1 comment  ·  Help us improve Gearset » Bug  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    Thanks for the feedback!

    The comparison viewer actually already employs the optimization you mention in order to improve the performance of the page when you have a very large comparison. We're aware of the problem with the "check all" box's performance in very large comparisons, particularly when you're currently viewing the "Selected items" tab. I believe the issue isn't actually down to DOM operations but rather a slowdown due to recalculating various internal state, such such as filtering the list for the "Selected items" tab and sorting the current view of the objects.

    We've been working on the performance of this page (and several other parts of the app), but I recognize this particular issue could probably use some more attention. Out of interest, which mobile browser in particular were you experiencing crashes with?

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    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    It's already on our current list of enhancements for DX support that we're actively working on. :)

    Will update with an ETA in due course.

    Thanks,

    Stephen

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    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    ListViews are included with CustomObjects so you currently can only get both in Gearset.

    Can exclude seeing them from the results metadata type column if you use the filter.

    Alternatively, you can also you regex filtering in Gearset to hide them. You can find out more from: https://gearset.com/blog/better-salesforce-metadata-filtering

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    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    I get why this might seem be a good idea.

    Would this change act as a replacement for the save draft deployment feature?

    If it's completely separate - how would you access an auto-saved entry?

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    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    Thanks Gustavo,

    if you hit any other instances of this type of scenario, can you drop them in here to let us know.

    Thanks for the info!

    Stephen

    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    Can you give me examples of where this happens most frequently?

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    2 comments  ·  Help us improve Gearset » Bug  ·  Flag idea as inappropriate…  ·  Admin →
    AdminGearset Team (Admin, Gearset) commented  · 

    Hi Richard,

    a couple of thoughts:

    Sometimes email templates are data rather than metadata. We have to get the list of folders in the org to fetch them, we won't be able to get any templates that aren't in the list that Salesforce returns to us. We don't specifically filter managed folders but we might not be able to see them.

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