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naresh johnnaresh john 

Unable to install my package in developer account

HI, I made a managed package and uploaded it to appexchange.I upgraded it many times.Yesterday evening(at 1 st March 2011, 6 pm Indian time) also I upgraded the managed package with a bug fix. I am able to install the package in a developer edition successfully. But while I was installing the same package in enterprise edition, I got this error 

"Package Not Found 
The requested package does not exist or has been deleted. Please contact the package publisher for assistance. If this is a recently uploaded package, please try again soon. " 

After that I tried many times, I got the same error. After 20 hrs also I am getting the same error. 

Another thing is, now I am unable to install the same package in developer edition also. Because I am getting the same error.But I was installed the same package successfully once yesterday. 

 

 

Please help me. I am unable to find any info related to this.

 

Thanks,

Naresh

Best Answer chosen by Admin (Salesforce Developers) 
A_SmithA_Smith

This should now be resolved.  Please give it another try.

 

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jeremyyjeremyy

I'm having the same problem.

naresh johnnaresh john

HI, thanks for the reply.May I know from when onwards you have this problem.

 

Thanks

A_SmithA_Smith

This should now be resolved.  Please give it another try.

 

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IlluminaDevIlluminaDev

I'm having the same issue. Uploaded the package yesterday and it is not available yet.

naresh johnnaresh john

I too have the same problem. I uploaded the unmanaged  package 2 hrs back. But I am unable to install the package after 2 hrs also.Can any one guess the problem? Please help me.

 

Thanks,

Naresh

IlluminaDevIlluminaDev

Did you have any luck? I'm still waiting.

A_SmithA_Smith

Hi All,

 

This is a known issue that is actively being addressed.  We believe it is only affecting recent uploads from the following salesforce instances:  cs7, cs8, na8, na9, eu1.  If your upload occurred from another instance, please let me know.  A fix should be released within the next 12-36 hours.  

 

We certainly understand the situation is frustrating and are working hard to resolve it.  Thanks for your patience.  

THADDEUSWARDeventsTHADDEUSWARDevents

This is happening today in a beta upload from na9.

 

BobNextBobNext

I'm hitting this issue today on na10! :-(

Tom G.ax970Tom G.ax970

I'm having it today from na11.  It's a beta package upload I want to install into a dev org.

PRASHANT SOAMPRASHANT SOAM

Hi All,

 

How much time does it takes a package to get installable I have uploded a package from "na9" (Developer Force Account) and when I am trying it to install on another Developer account its showing following error. I am new to Salesforce any help will be appricated.

 

Error -

 

Package Not Found

The requested package does not exist or has been deleted. Please contact the package publisher for assistance. If this is a recently uploaded package, please try again soon.

 

 

Thanks

cnp_nareshcnp_naresh

HI Prashant,

 

    In 90% of the times, it will take atmost 15 min, to install the package that you uploaded to appexchange. In very rare cases it will take 30 min to 1 hr also.

 

Thanks,

simwr77simwr77

Hi all,

I'm having the same issue from na9 to cs8

 

Thanks 

Simone

simwr77simwr77

Resolved !

 

Package creation date  2012-10-19  11.58 , Installed 2012-10-19  12.40

 

Simone

kantravikantkantravikant

also the problem with eu2.

 

IBMS DevIBMS Dev

Hi,

 

Anyone knows what the cause is?

 

How can I solve it? We have the problem with na9

 

 

Regards,

 

JeffStevensJeffStevens
I'm having the same issue again. Trying to install into a sandbox keeps getting the same message (Uploaded 40 minutes ago). I can install into a DEV org just fine though.
Nantha_WipNantha_Wip

i am having the same issue....i am intalling the pakage from ap1 to cs6....same error.,,.

kantravikantkantravikant

Please log a case in partner potal.

They would recognize the area where you are missing :)

 

Thanks

Ravi