CI Jobs with ClickDeploy

1. Deploy to a Salesforce Org

  1. Admin & Developer select Metadata and deploy changes through ClickDeploy.
  2. ClickDeploy creates a feature branch with committed metadata in the client’s git repository.
  3. On release day, Team Lead merges the feature branch (and others) to the org’s branch.
  4. ClickDeploy detects the change in the org’s branch via the webhook and deploys those changes to the Salesforce org.

2. Pre-Deployment Validations

  1. Admin & Developer select Metadata and deploy changes through ClickDeploy.
  2. ClickDeploy creates a feature branch with committed metadata in the client’s git repository.
  3. On release day, Team Lead merges the feature branch (and others) to the org’s branch.
  4. ClickDeploy detects the change in the master branch, via the webhook, and validates those changes to Production org.
  5. Once that metadata is validated and needed in the Production org, Team Lead selects to Deploy within the ClickDeploy CI Job.

3. Scheduled Backup Deployments

4. Scheduled Validations

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