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How to Deploy Code Using Eclipse IDE in Salesforce?

DEPLOY CODE USING ECLIPSE IDE IN SALESFORCE

How to Deploy Code Using Eclipse IDE in Salesforce?

Follow the below simple steps to deploy your code in Salesforce Production Environment by using the Eclipse IDE tool.

Step: 1

First, Select the Project /Component which you want to Deploy from eclipse to Salesforce Production Environment.

Then Right Click on the Component–> Force.com —>Deploy to server.

Select the Project /Component

Step: 2

Now it will ask the Production  org details. I.e. (User Name, Password, Security Token, Select the environment) Then click on Next.

Ask the Production  org details

Step: 3

 Then it will Ask Archive, Uncheck the Destination Archive checkbox and click next.

Archive options

Step: 4

Then it will show the Deployment plan. Here we can select the Components to Deploy. It will show a Color Coding to Easy to Identify. Select and Click on Next.

Green Color: This indicates that those components are not there in the destination environment.

Yellow Color: This indicates that those components are already available in the destination environment.

Red Color: This indicates that we cannot deploy these components.

Deployment plan (Not there in the destination environment)

Deployment plan (already available)

Deployment plan (cannot deploy these components)

Step: 5

That’s it. 

You will see the Deployment Plan Executed Successfully Message. Click on Finish button to Complete.

Deployment Plan Executed Successfully

Courtesy: http://sfdcgurukul.blogspot.in/2014/04/how-to-deploy-code-from-eclipse-ide-to.html
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