Refresh error: Entity of type 'WorkflowFieldUpdate' named 'Case.ISHERE' not found Project/src package.xml line 1 1248190153153 205
any ideas what this means?
It's stopping us from deploying, as workflows don't appear on the deployment candidate list in Eclipse.
The fieldUpdates, definitely do exist in the Sanbox, when it says "not found" does in mean on the server or in the
Any help appreciated
We're using Eclipse to deploy some changes we've made on a devsandbox to another testsandbox
custom field to the Opportunity Standard object.
Worth noting is that the testsandbox, has 2 additional fields on the Opportunity (test1,test2) which do not feature on the devsandbox.
When we get to the
"Deployment Plan (Step 3 of 4)" in Eclipse,
we, Opportunity listed,
but in the "Apply Action?" column it says "No Action" and won't let us deploy our additional field.
The tip is
"Dependent component, parent or metadata, is not deployable"
Can anyone explain what this means.
I was expecting that the "Validate Deployment" would fail because it would detect 2 fields it doesn't have locally but not this.
I'm new to Apex and have just downloaded Eclipse to get to work
Eclipse SDK 3.3.2
I've followed the instructions on
and have added the Remote site:
but i get a dialog telling me
"No features found on the selected site(s). Choose a different site or site category"
Any ideas what i've done wrong??
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