Updated 11 months ago by Copado Solutions

An environment represents a Salesforce organization. Environment records are created automatically when org credentials are authenticated. The organization ID will be the external ID. Thus, an environment can have multiple org credentials, different users of the same organization (aka environment).

By default, the environment name will take the org credential name when it is created, but you can update it afterwards.

Change the default minimum code coverage, it will be enforced in the user stories as part of the Copado Change Management module.

Enforce all local apex test execution across the entire Copado application whenever a deployment is done to the environment regardless of the org credential used or the user selection in the deployment record. This can be used to replicate in sandboxes the same behavior as in production

Environment Variables

Environment variables allow you to make commits, deployments, branch validation and Selenium test cases environment agnostic. For more information, check out the article Environment Variables.

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