Salesforce + Git + Jenkins

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Marco Polo

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Aug 23, 2017, 4:05:58 PM8/23/17
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Hello all,

Has anyone had experience setting up continuous integration and continuous deployment using these tools? I'm working on a salesforce implementation and would like to setup a deployment flow for it. Currently this is what I have.

First, Admins/Developers configure and develop in a share development salesforce sandbox. Secondly, using an eclipse plugin, they download the corresponding metadata and use egit in eclipse to commit and push all the new changes to a repository branch. The third step ideally would be to use Jenkins to communicate with our Git host, Bitbucket, and fetch all the new changes and build a deployment job to move all the new code to a new testing sandbox. 

The issue I have so far is that Jenkins fetches the entire repository on the first build. This causes a lot of issues because not all of the metadata needs to be moved and if certain metadata gets moved without any changes it makes the build fail. So ideally I need to figure out a way to start a first build without pulling the entire metadata and only the latest changes in the repository. 

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Sacha Labourey

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Aug 23, 2017, 4:28:41 PM8/23/17
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Marco,

You might want to post your question in the Jenkins-User Google Group (https://jenkins.io/mailing-lists/) as this is IMO pretty specific to Jenkins' option on handling git repos.

Onward,


sacha

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