• Rohit Radhakrishnan
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Hi All,
Can someone help me with the below issue on sfdx?
I'm running the below command:
sfdx force:data:record:create -t -s TraceFlag -v "DebugLevelId=7dl3Y000000XirWQAS StartDate=2020-06-05 ExpirationDate=2020-06-06 LogType=USER_DEBUG TracedEntityId=0054H000005sUT7" -u salesforce.admin@rorcom.com.customer
I get an error : ERROR running force:data:record:create: insufficient access rights on cross-reference id: 7dl3Y000000XirW
I am trying to insert a traceflag record for a user record and referring the Debug Level as "SFDC_DevConsole "which has the id "7dl3Y000000XirWQAS"
The user salesforce.admin@rorcom.com.customer is having a system administrator profile and system admin is added as a profile in a connected app that has "Admin approved user may self Authorize" option set. I have logged into the org using a JWT token running the "sfdx force:auth:jwt:grant" command and login was successful with the message: "Successfully authorized salesforce.admin@rorcom.com.customer with org ID 00Dxxxxxxxxxxxx".
Hi All,
Can someone help me with the below issue on sfdx?
I'm running the below command:
sfdx force:data:record:create -t -s TraceFlag -v "DebugLevelId=7dl3Y000000XirWQAS StartDate=2020-06-05 ExpirationDate=2020-06-06 LogType=USER_DEBUG TracedEntityId=0054H000005sUT7" -u salesforce.admin@rorcom.com.customer
I get an error : ERROR running force:data:record:create: insufficient access rights on cross-reference id: 7dl3Y000000XirW
I am trying to insert a traceflag record for a user record and referring the Debug Level as "SFDC_DevConsole "which has the id "7dl3Y000000XirWQAS"
The user salesforce.admin@rorcom.com.customer is having a system administrator profile and system admin is added as a profile in a connected app that has "Admin approved user may self Authorize" option set. I have logged into the org using a JWT token running the "sfdx force:auth:jwt:grant" command and login was successful with the message: "Successfully authorized salesforce.admin@rorcom.com.customer with org ID 00Dxxxxxxxxxxxx".
Hello guys,
i am looking for the best way to handle validation rules in apex triggers. Sometimes i want to execute some dml actions after the record is validated. 

Is it possible to query all my validation rules and extract the error condition ? i don't want to translate my validation rules into apex and i am pretty sure, that there is better way to do that.  

Another option is to translate all my validation rules into apex methodes to receive a boolean. So it would be possible to use them in classes and triggers.

I hope you will understand my concers and i am appreciate your help ! 
sfdx force:auth:jwt:grant --instanceurl is failing to authenticate with sfdx and sandbox autheication.
SFDX Authentication is working fine for Scratch Org and DevHub Org but failing with Sanbox
Hi All,

I am getting the below error when I am trying to run a build in Azure Devops for a Salesforce deployment. 

Does any one know how to specify ANT_OPTS in Azure Devops to avoid this error ?

Any other tips or workaround is also appreciated.

/home/vsts/work/1/s/build/build.xml:32: java.lang.OutOfMemoryError: Java heap space
    at java.util.Arrays.copyOf(Arrays.java:3236)
    at java.io.ByteArrayOutputStream.grow(ByteArrayOutputStream.java:118)
    at java.io.ByteArrayOutputStream.ensureCapacity(ByteArrayOutputStream.java:93)
    at java.io.ByteArrayOutputStream.write(ByteArrayOutputStream.java:153)
    at sun.net.www.http.PosterOutputStream.write(PosterOutputStream.java:78)
    at java.util.zip.DeflaterOutputStream.deflate(DeflaterOutputStream.java:253)
    at java.util.zip.DeflaterOutputStream.write(DeflaterOutputStream.java:211)
    at java.util.zip.GZIPOutputStream.write(GZIPOutputStream.java:145)
    at sun.nio.cs.StreamEncoder.writeBytes(StreamEncoder.java:221)
    at sun.nio.cs.StreamEncoder.implWrite(StreamEncoder.java:282)
    at sun.nio.cs.StreamEncoder.write(StreamEncoder.java:125)
    at sun.nio.cs.StreamEncoder.write(StreamEncoder.java:135)
    at java.io.OutputStreamWriter.write(OutputStreamWriter.java:220)
    at java.io.Writer.write(Writer.java:157)
    at com.sforce.ws.parser.MXSerializer.writeElementContent(MXSerializer.java:1005)
    at com.sforce.ws.parser.MXSerializer.text(MXSerializer.java:802)
    at com.sforce.ws.parser.XmlOutputStream.writeText(XmlOutputStream.java:103)
    at com.sforce.ws.bind.TypeMapper.writeSimpleType(TypeMapper.java:306)
    at com.sforce.ws.bind.TypeMapper.writeSingleObject(TypeMapper.java:397)
    at com.sforce.ws.bind.TypeMapper.writeObject(TypeMapper.java:369)
    at com.sforce.soap.metadata.Deploy_element.writeFieldZipFile(Deploy_element.java:51)
    at com.sforce.soap.metadata.Deploy_element.writeFields1(Deploy_element.java:129)
    at com.sforce.soap.metadata.Deploy_element.writeFields(Deploy_element.java:97)
    at com.sforce.soap.metadata.Deploy_element.write(Deploy_element.java:90)
    at com.sforce.ws.transport.SoapConnection.writeBody(SoapConnection.java:366)
    at com.sforce.ws.transport.SoapConnection.sendRequest(SoapConnection.java:337)
    at com.sforce.ws.transport.SoapConnection.send(SoapConnection.java:96)
    at com.sforce.soap.metadata.MetadataConnection.deploy(MetadataConnection.java:351)
    at com.salesforce.ant.DeployTask.submitMessage(DeployTask.java:326)
    at com.salesforce.ant.SFDCMDAPIAntTaskRunner.runTask(SFDCMDAPIAntTaskRunner.java:29)
    at com.salesforce.ant.DeployTask.execute(DeployTask.java:63)
    at org.apache.tools.ant.UnknownElement.execute(UnknownElement.java:293)
Total time: 28 seconds
The process '/usr/bin/ant' failed with exit code 1
##[error]Error: The process '/usr/bin/ant' failed with exit code 1

Does anybody know how to pass variable values to ANT task in Azure Devops?
When look into my task logs, I can see the Pipeline variables been passed, but looks like it's trying to overwrite them with the values I manually entered in the build.properties file.

How to I dynamically pass the value of my Pipeline variables into the build.properties file?
  • August 26, 2019
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Is it possible to run Azure DevOps pipelines using Salesforce DX? Presumably the sfdx cli needs to be installed, but unsure of a starting point.

I've seen a video leveraging ANT scripts, but nothing so far with sfdx.

Greetings Expert,

We are trying to Setup CI-CD  for our Org. However, while sfdx force:auth:jwt:grant on Jenkins, we are gettig the below error. Same command is working fine from local of 2 - 3 people. Jenkins is installed on UNIX based system:

+ sfdx force:auth:jwt:grant --clientid XXXXX --username XXXXX --jwtkeyfile XXXXX --setdefaultdevhubusername --instanceurl https://test.salesforce.com

ERROR: Command failed with response. - (secret-tool:20489): GLib-GObject-CRITICAL **: g_object_unref: assertion 'G_IS_OBJECT (object)' failed secret-tool: Cannot autolaunch D-Bus without X11 $DISPLAY

Section from Jenkinsfile:

if (isUnix()) {
sh '''
sfdx force:org:list
echo Shell is: $SHELL
which secret-tool
which sfdx
force:auth:jwt:grant --clientid XXXXX --username XXXXX --jwtkeyfile XXXXX --setdefaultdevhubusername --instanceurl https://test.salesforce.com '''

Any setting which we ccould apply on Jenkins server to resolve the Issue ?... Appreciate your assistance with this.

I am attempting to complete the aforementioned trailhead step on a Windows 10 machine. When I attempt to test the setup via sfdx force:auth:jwt:grant, I get the following error:

This org appears to have a problem with its OAuth configuration. Reason: invalid_grant - user hasn't approved this consumer

When it gives the error, SFDX provides a list of possible issues to check for. I have done so repeatedly. I have gone through the Trailhead step backwards and forwards. Every other part seems to work just fine. This part does not. Unfortuntely the Google results haven't really been all that helpful, so now I turn to you oh great and powerful forum. What do you say?
This is an error under "Create a Self-Signed SSL Certificate and Private Key

On Step 2: 
openssl genrsa -des3 -passout pass:x -out server.pass.key 2048
I get the error of "You must type in 4 to 1023 characters" and even if I change that, the generated server.pass.key i still empty so when I run Step 3
openssl rsa -passin pass:x -in server.pass.key -out server.key

I get the error of 
unable to load Private Key
139667048820672:error:0906D06C:PEM routines:PEM_read_bio:no start line:crypto/pem/pem_lib.c:691:Expecting: ANY PRIVATE KEY

I'm using arch linux if that helps? Has anyone encountered this issue? As far as I can tell this is a new module since CI was announced not too long ago
I noticed that there is no link in this Trailhead for OpenSSL for Windows.  It simpy says "Windows complete package.exe installer" with no link. What's the suggestion or recommendation for those of us on Windows?

Thank you.

I am at the step Create a custom classifier/Set up authorization/Generate a JWT token.
When I run the script jwt.sh I get a response:
             Your access token response:
              {"message":"Invalid JWT token"}

I am on win10 64bit but don't have the anniversary update so I don't have bash coming with win10.
I have bash came with git.
As I don't have a valid JWT token I can not continue to "Step 1: Create the Dataset".

Please help.

Here is a more detailed output and my changes to the jwt.sh script:

Script output (with my password changed)


$ ./jwt.sh ./00D0Y0000008amn.jks lajos.kelemen@accenture.com 3600 https://api.metamind.io
Enter destination keystore password:  my_pass
Enter source keystore password:  my_pass
Existing entry alias lkelemen_sf_devcert exists, overwrite? [no]:  yes
Entry for alias lkelemen_sf_devcert successfully imported.
Import command completed:  1 entries successfully imported, 0 entries failed or cancelled
[Storing privateKey.p12]
MAC verified OK

Generated Assertion:


Your access token response:

{"message":"Invalid JWT token"}


my script changes:

openssl pkcs12 -in privateKey.p12 -nocerts -nodes -out private_key
changed to (added -passin pass at the end)

openssl pkcs12 -in privateKey.p12 -nocerts -nodes -out private_key -passin pass:my_pass

curl -H "Content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded" -X POST "$4/v1/oauth2/token" -d \
"grant_type=urn:ietf:params:oauth:grant-type:jwt-bearer&assertion=$jwt3.$jwt5" ; echo

changed to (added -k parameter to accept self signed certs?)

curl -k -H "Content-type: application/x-www-form-urlencoded" -X POST "$4/v1/oauth2/token" -d \
"grant_type=urn:ietf:params:oauth:grant-type:jwt-bearer&assertion=$jwt3.$jwt5" ; echo

HI All,

I have a Requirment Integration salesforce with Microsoft Azure Any Ideas appreciated.


Issue with SalesForce Cert.

The Salesforce cert is dumped below with linenumbers in text using
"openssl x509 -text -noout | nl" for convenience.

Line 38-41 show the Authority Key Identifier - this is used to identify
the public key used to sign this cert (which in practice disambiguates two
potential issuing certificates with the same subject id, but different

This can be done in two separate ways

(a) using a "keyid" to specify the key itself, matching a "subject
key" in the issuer's cert

(b) using a serial number and issuer name.

(Note in the second case, that's the issuer's issuer, not the subject's
issuer, and for a self-signed cert, the subject, issuer, and issuer's
issuer are all the same cert.)

Lines 38-41 therefore give two distinct ways to locate the issuing
certificate. It's either

(a) one with subject key Id

(b) one with serial:01:3E:54:E9:2C:EE:00:00:00:00:5A:A5:E1:D7
and issuer /CN=BT Consumer Complaints/OU=00DW0000003idkb/
O=Salesforce.com/L=San Francisco/ST=CA/C=USA

Look at the serial number of the subject cert:

This is actually _not_ the same as the subject key Id in the subject cert
(the 6th octet differs - "CA" vs "EE"), so by that definition, the key
used to sign this certificate is not the same as the subject's own key,
certificate, and it is not a self-signed cert. This issue causes the
OpenSSL stack to fail, and reasonably so.

It's done this since 2006, at least: If another product is using OpenSSL,
and is _not_ failing this verification of such a problematic salesforce
cert, then it may not be verifying peer certificates properly at all
(eg, by installing a handler with SSL_CTX_set_cert_verify_callback() that
does not properly verify the cert chain, or calling SSL_CTX_set_verify()

Cert follows:

1 Certificate:
2 Data:
3 Version: 3 (0x2)
4 Serial Number:
5 01:3e:54:e9:2c:ca:00:00:00:00:5a:a5:e1:d7
6 Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption
7 Issuer: CN=BT Consumer Complaints, OU=00DW0000003idkb, O=Salesforce.com, L=San Francisco, ST=CA, C=USA
8 Validity
9 Not Before: Apr 29 08:29:27 2013 GMT
10 Not After : Apr 29 08:29:27 2015 GMT
11 Subject: CN=BT Consumer Complaints, OU=00DW0000003idkb, O=Salesforce.com, L=San Francisco, ST=CA, C=USA
12 Subject Public Key Info:
13 Public Key Algorithm: rsaEncryption
14 Public-Key: (2048 bit)
15 Modulus:
16 00:aa:9f:24:20:28:ef:a5:b0:2b:18:df:69:cf:51:
17 f6:bc:5a:83:44:1d:9a:4a:50:95:c3:8a:21:c1:6f:
18 a0:f6:ae:13:d9:0a:d2:72:22:0c:f3:95:84:af:05:
19 cb:ce:42:b4:52:48:1e:fa:ae:14:a0:b8:7a:31:d3:
20 de:d5:c0:66:9e:2d:d4:74:32:ad:35:91:cf:6d:30:
21 8d:7c:1c:48:8e:af:a3:46:7d:2e:e2:c8:4d:0e:c7:
22 bb:64:54:0c:6f:8e:f0:c5:be:3d:17:67:b2:45:b0:
23 45:57:d8:36:e7:87:0d:1e:5e:71:c0:d0:f7:6f:91:
24 90:13:ef:71:34:bd:73:82:49:86:bb:8c:fe:72:8c:
25 2a:26:67:1d:c3:16:e4:d9:0a:9d:d0:58:55:6e:78:
26 1d:48:6b:3a:f2:00:76:a5:86:6e:f3:64:c5:8a:05:
27 08:c6:5f:3d:dc:07:72:9c:82:72:bd:2f:5d:69:ca:
28 d3:82:f1:7a:43:4a:c4:2d:3d:cf:5e:6b:c7:07:0a:
29 5d:5d:86:41:28:cf:b9:15:2f:2f:78:0f:58:85:01:
30 80:69:54:37:32:2e:86:cf:53:d8:63:42:f7:cf:0e:
31 53:c6:14:d0:be:98:36:bc:2d:f8:80:35:fb:0c:ab:
32 b7:b8:44:44:fb:51:8c:d1:ef:b3:5a:03:c0:a4:af:
33 98:df
34 Exponent: 65537 (0x10001)
35 X509v3 extensions:
36 X509v3 Subject Key Identifier:
37 A6:E0:FA:0A:4B:47:F5:E0:7F:69:BA:E3:62:5E:D7:17:FB:B4:D5:59
38 X509v3 Authority Key Identifier:
39 keyid:A6:E0:FA:0A:4B:47:F5:E0:7F:69:BA:E3:62:5E:D7:17:FB:B4:D5:59
40 DirName:/CN=BT Consumer Complaints/OU=00DW0000003idkb/O=Salesforce.com/L=San Francisco/ST=CA/C=USA
41 serial:01:3E:54:E9:2C:EE:00:00:00:00:5A:A5:E1:D7

42 X509v3 Basic Constraints: critical
44 Signature Algorithm: sha1WithRSAEncryption
45 92:9b:4e:88:f9:af:1f:d7:ef:e8:dc:d3:21:d0:16:4f:dc:e3:
46 2b:51:08:9f:f1:79:65:7c:39:16:42:32:13:78:ec:2e:da:c4:
47 b1:21:9e:f3:74:11:1e:d9:57:9b:d4:73:16:92:c3:49:e9:79:
48 11:ee:99:b9:71:f9:7c:92:e2:c7:35:65:b4:dc:32:cd:f8:3a:
49 c9:9b:90:d2:e0:7c:f5:ca:d7:28:57:d6:39:2b:4c:f2:4a:fe:
50 53:b6:49:f4:71:34:54:35:c1:5b:fc:d3:c5:4d:cb:7c:46:c1:
51 5a:68:e1:b4:c2:97:98:45:7e:54:b0:6d:40:c1:67:1a:8d:7a:
52 db:cf:64:7a:ba:f6:9e:e9:06:c4:83:03:84:ea:ed:77:99:b9:
53 16:67:92:a7:f9:bf:0f:b2:a9:b7:26:b3:3e:a1:15:f4:84:eb:
54 8a:04:2f:6f:85:d3:4e:a6:ff:fe:7a:cd:8b:13:0e:7a:36:04:
55 4d:34:77:49:68:f6:95:ea:77:ec:43:37:ab:05:ae:c9:16:c0:
56 51:8e:f4:f1:84:81:9b:e3:48:7d:97:c3:46:82:7c:e8:5e:9d:
57 34:7b:b9:1b:85:05:68:1b:36:8c:0d:9f:a3:1c:5d:62:d2:d5:
58 ef:35:c6:ce:58:b9:88:7b:42:05:3c:ff:a9:05:bd:e2:8e:78:
59 50:dd:78:1f

  • September 12, 2013
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I have been trying to connect Salesforce and Google API using server to server application.


Intent :- To communicate data between Salesforce and Google Spreadsheet which is hosted in Google Sites and using some Google Forms, Google scripts and triggers to update data.


So, for doing this I need a server to server application model from Google as it wouldnt require a consent from user while its communicating data. for doing this I need to create a JWT and pass it to Google to get the token and proceed with the next steps.


JWT for Google requires a RSA with SHA256 signing of the msg using the private key that google has provided in the certificate when I created the server to server application in Google.

I havent found this info anywhere till now :(

In salesforce, we have a crypto class in which can sign with RSA SHA1 (or) generate digest with SHA256, I tried generating a digest using SHA256 and signing that digest usng RSA and the private key given by google. Even thats not working.


Google isnt accepting my assertion values (JWT) and its returning an invalid Grant message.


I have seen that Jeff douglas has posted some information about this here :-http://blog.jeffdouglas.com/2010/07/06/using-rsa-sha1-with-salesforce-crypto-class/

But unfortunately he has mentioned about domain model and asking us to upload a certificate to google, which i dont want to do or which is not my scenario.


Also Google requires a UT8 base64 URL encoded value at all places as mentioned in this link :-https://developers.google.com/accounts/docs/OAuth2ServiceAccount#libraries But salesforce has a separate URL encoding and a separate base64encoding method available in the EncodingUtil class.


I have a C# dotnet application which is generating the same value and its able to hit Google and get the value properly. But uses the certificate file and gets the privatekey directly. I used openssl to retrieve the privatekey from the .p12 certificate file provided by Google and have pasted it in my code. I am sure there is some problem in the signing part, because when I compare the values generated by my .NET application and Salesforce Apex code, its returning correct values, but when it comes to the signature part, the length is also same for the returned data (signature) from both .NET and SF but Google returns an invalid grant while calling from SF but returns a bearer token when I call it from my .NET application.


public class TestRestAPICall
    public class JWTClaimSet
       public string iss {get;set;}
       public string scope {get;set;}
       public string aud {get;set;}
       public Long exp {get;set;}
       public Long iat {get;set;}
       //public string prn {get;set;}

//@future (callout=true)
public static void LoginToGoogle()
    //Set your username and password here        
    String clientId = '851234545868.apps.googleusercontent.com';

    //Construct HTTP request and response
    Http http = new Http();
    HttpRequest req = new HttpRequest();
    HttpResponse res = new HttpResponse();

    String JWTHeader =  '{"typ":"JWT","alg":"RS256"}';
    //String Base64EncodedJWTHeader = 'eyJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiIsInR5cCI6IkpXVCJ9'; //To encode later using code

    //Taken from .net application
// Since the information is going to be same, I have encoded it already in .NET and using it here
    String Base64EncodedJWTHeader = 'eyJ0eXAiOiJKV1QiLCJhbGciOiJSUzI1NiJ9';
// Salesforce returns time in milliseconds, so we are dividing it by 1000 to set the seconds value instead of milliseconds value
    Long expires_at = math.roundToLong(DateTime.now().addMinutes(40).getTime() / 1000);
    Long issued_at = math.roundToLong(DateTime.now().addSeconds(-2).getTime() / 1000);
    //Long issued_at = 1372276504;
    //Long Expires_at = 1372279804;

    JWTClaimSet JWT = new JWTClaimSet();
    //JWT.prn = username;
    JWT.iss = '851234545868@developer.gserviceaccount.com';
    JWT.scope = 'https://www.googleapis.com/auth/drive.file';
    JWT.aud = 'https://accounts.google.com/o/oauth2/token';
    JWT.iat = issued_at;
    JWT.exp = expires_at;

    String strJWTJSON = JSON.Serialize(JWT);
    system.debug('Unencoded claimset::'+strJWTJSON);

    Blob ClaimsetBlob = Blob.valueOf(strJWTJSON);
    String Base64EncodedClaimset = EncodingUtil.base64Encode(ClaimsetBlob);
    //Base64EncodedClaimset = PerformPostBase64Encode(Base64EncodedClaimset);
    system.debug('Base64 Encoded Claimset::'+Base64EncodedClaimset);

    // constructing the base64 encoded string to sign it
    string Base64EncodedString = Base64EncodedJWTHeader + '.' + Base64EncodedClaimset;

    // Steps to sign the base64Encoded string
    String algorithmName = 'RSA';
    String key = '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';
    Blob privateKey = EncodingUtil.base64Decode(key);

    Blob input = Blob.valueOf(Base64EncodedString);
    //Blob SHA256InputBlob = Crypto.generateDigest('SHA-256',input);

    Blob Blobsign = Crypto.sign(algorithmName, input , privateKey);

    // The following line is just for debugging and viewing the blob data in signature as string and its not used anywhere
    String signature = EncodingUtil.urlEncode(EncodingUtil.convertToHex(Blobsign),'UTF-8');

    system.debug('Unencoded signature ::'+signature);
    String base64EncodedSignature = EncodingUtil.base64Encode(Blobsign); 
    //base64EncodedSignature = PerformPostBase64Encode(base64EncodedSignature);
    system.debug('Base 64 encoded signature ::'+base64EncodedSignature );

    system.debug('Encoded assertion : ' + Base64EncodedString+'.'+base64EncodedSignature);

    string URLEncodedUTF8GrantType = encodingUtil.urlEncode('urn:ietf:params:oauth:grant-type:jwt-bearer','UTF-8');
    string URLEncodedUTF8Assertion = encodingUtil.urlEncode(Base64EncodedString+'.'+base64EncodedSignature,'UTF-8');        

    system.debug('URLEncodedUTF8GrantType : ' + URLEncodedUTF8GrantType);
    system.debug('URLEncodedUTF8Assertion : ' + URLEncodedUTF8Assertion);

    //Making the call out
    //req.setHeader('Content-Length', '-1');
    res = http.send(req);
    system.debug('Response : '+res.getBody());

 public static String PerformPostBase64Encode(String s)
    s = s.Replace('+', '-');
    s = s.Replace('/', '_');
    s = s.Split('=')[0]; // Remove any trailing '='s
    return s;



I have also posted my problem at stackexchange, it would be great if anyone could help me out :-





Is there a way to get the namespace prefix of a Salesforce organization using Apex code ?


I have developed an AppExchange application. This application need to know the namespace of the Salesforce organization to create a record.




  • June 17, 2010
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