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Stefan Senegeac 17Stefan Senegeac 17 

Some classes aren't being recognized in managed package

I have a managed package which I installed on different orgs with no problems. Recently I added 2 new classes and all hell broke loose. I packaged it fine, compiled fine, passed all the unit tests just fine. When I tried to install it on a sandbox it gave errors about not recognizing some vars from a class that I know(checked) is included. I then removed the 2 new classes, repackaged it and it was the same. I should mention that all the other files are Managed-released but the package is currently beta. The 2 new files I added are also beta (blue instead of green) but the errors are not about the new classes.

Example error: "Class_Name.
Variable var_name does no exist. ("Class_Name" is a very important class that has been in this package since the begining, it never caused problems and it's included in the package, "var_name" is a static bool from that class that also exists)

 
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Tejpal KumawatTejpal Kumawat
Hello Stefan,

Can you edit & save your particular class & its test class that causing issue on browser on package org, then it will provide compile time error. This issue looks like coming due to variable used in test class

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Tejpal KumawatTejpal Kumawat
Hello Stefan,

Can you edit & save your particular class & its test class that causing issue on browser on package org, then it will provide compile time error. This issue looks like coming due to variable used in test class

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Stefan Senegeac 17Stefan Senegeac 17
@Tejpal Kumawat - I tried that, didn't work. I added something to every file and saved. No compile errors. I then packaged and tried an install but it's the same.