Release Notes

AutoRABIT Skyline

Release Notes for AutoRABIT – 4.4 – AKA ‘Skyline’

  • New
    • Webhooks
      • Webhook support for Bitbucket Stash.
    • Integrations
      • Support for Salesforce API 44.0.
    • DataloaderPro
      • Facility to delete AutoRABITExtId from version control (SVN/ GIT/ TFS).
    • Improvements
      • Integrations
        • Extensive CI/CD support for Vlocity Builds
          • Deploy DELTA change between a set of revision numbers.
          • Ability to dynamically package Vlocity components.
          • Auto retry of failed deployments.
        • Provar
          • Fixed a nasty bug while running Provar test scripts.
        • Ez-Commits
          • General logger improvements to only the information relevant to a user.
          • You can now see the ‘Committed By’ and ‘Approved By’ ‘in the Validate and Commit screen.
          • ‘(Auto-)Commits’ made by the AutoRABIT CI server will now be displayed under Commit History.
          • A search option on the Manage Label screen that will let a user search through Commit/Release Labels.
        • Deployments
          • Ability to remove IP Ranges and User Permissions from Profiles/ PermissionSets during a deployment.
        • DataloaderPro
          • Enhanced encryption and data security.
        • General Improvements
          • Improved loggers while creating or registering a branch.
          • Backend improvements to capture user audit information.

AutoRABIT Hiddenbrooke Release

  1. New
    • Webhook support for VSTS git over SSH protocol
    • Extended integration with Vlocity
      • Global configuration for Vlocity Components
      • Selectively choose Vlocity Components to check In into version control systems.
  1. Improvements
    • Improvements to CI server
      • We addressed a pestering bug in the CI server that was hindering the deployment queue
      • Authentication failure will be detected faster before initiating running CI jobs.
      • We have deprecated the Salesforce ANT migration and converted all deployment calls to Metadata API
      • We have cleaned up CI build logs and CI deployment logs to make them more user friendly.
  1. General Improvements
    • In Selective Deployment, you will now have the ability to add Deployment Notes during/ after a deployment
    • Similar, In CI Jobs, you can add Notes to a CI job before/after triggering it manually.
    • We have improved application performance while performing CheckIn from AutoRABIT
    • You can now see a log when you register a branch in AutoRABIT.
  1. Backup and Rollback Improvements
    • You can now take a backup when performing a “Validate Only” deployment. This works for both Selective Deployment and in CI jobs. If you try to rollback a “Validate Only” job, it will fail J
  1. UI Improvements
    • You can now see the Revision# when you do a checkIn from Commit Validation History screen.


AutoRABIT Skyline

Bug Fixes

  1. For customer’s with an SVN repository, diff reports were not properly generated during a validate & commit process. This has been addressed and we ensured other repositories are working as intended as well.
  2. When running a Data Loader Pro process, some child objects or lookup relationships were not properly migrated and showed as a blank value. We have applied a fix for this scenario.


AutoRABIT Skyline

Bug Fixes

  1. We noticed that when enabling the rollback option and deploying a full profile, the rollback does not rollback the entire profile. A fix have been provided for this scenario.
  2. A few users were having issues while uploading a metadata zip in the Deployments module. We analyzed and addressed the issue.
  3. Tried to rollback a new flow but received an error? We analyzed and found out that the FlowDefinition was included which cannot be deleted through the API. A fix has been applied and Flows can be rolled back properly


AutoRABIT Hidden Brooke

Bug Fixes

  1. Fixed an issue where a pop up to select Salesforce org appears even if an org is selected within the SFDX module.
  2. Addressed an issue where adding a “/“ at the end of a path while registering a branch was passing validation. We added a restriction where the character “/“ cannot be used at the end of a path.
  3. Within the SFDX module, an error pops up if selecting an ALM project without it properly loading values causing a user to refresh the page. This has now been addressed.


AutoRABIT Hidden Brooke


  1. Previously, AutoRABIT did not have support for the Territory2 metadata type. We have now added the following metadata components are now supported: Territory2Model, Territory2Rule, Territory2 and Territory2Type.

Bug Fixes

  1. In some cases, the package.xml shows up as a conflict when merging. When trying to resolve that conflict, it shows up as an empty file. This has been addressed.
  2. Addressed a UI issue on the pre/post destructive changes options while performing a rollback.
  3. For scheduled CI jobs, the auto commit functionality was not working. This is now working and as you might expect, it will commit changes to your repository.
  4. There was some discrepancy on the author name while making a commit for repositories that were connected through SSH. We fixed the issue and the correct author name of whomever makes the commit will be displayed.


AutoRABIT Hidden Brooke 


  1. When creating a new credential in the Credential Manager, the default for the “Credential Scope” has been changed from Global to Private. 

 Bug Fixes 

  1. Addressed an issue where CI jobs were not picking up destructive changes if set to deploy from a Salesforce org.
  2. Fixed a scenario where after committing a set of components to version control through a Commit Label, and if one of those components are deleted from the repository; when deploying with that same commit label, the deleted component is still being added to the package.xml resulting in deployment failures.
  3. In some cases, CustomLabels are not being deleted through the Delete Version Control Metadata feature. This has been addressed and they will now be deleted as expected.  



AutoRABIT Hidden Brooke

Bug Fixes

  1. Addressed an issue where revision numbers were not retrievable through CI jobs if a subuser is using the main users private key in their My Profile page for the given repository. 
  2. Cases where deployment notifications were not being sent for Ci jobs have now been addressed.  
  3. When filtering using the”Destination Sandbox” under the Deployment History screen, the filter would not apply. We have fixes this issue and now the filtering works as intended.
  4. Fixed an issue where extra components were being picked up when running a deployment when fetching a specific revision which is due to the “src” folder not properly being checked for Bitbucket repositories.


AutoRABIT Iron Horse

Bug Fixes

  1. Package.xml conflicts showing up when they shouldn’t? We have fixed this issue and now package.xml conflicts will no longer appear.
  2. Made some UI fixes.
  3. Addressed an issue where CI jobs that were set up to run auto commit jobs were not picking up changes.
  4. Added repository validations prior to running branching baseline jobs.


AutoRABIT Iron Horse

Bug Fixes

  1. Resolved an issue where CI process were timing out or was not picking up the correct set of baseline revisions.
  2. Ran code coverage in EZ-commits and CI jobs only to find the code coverages are not the same? We have made a few upgrades and code coverage will be uniform across the application.
  3. There were reports of filtering issues within the merge editor feature where the same branch name was being displayed for multiple repositories. This has been addressed and filters now work as expected.
  4. Addressed an issue where downloading metadata for a deployment that did not complete resulted in an incorrect deployment name.


AutoRABIT Iron Horse

Bug Fixes

  1. Triggered a CI process with rollback enabled but can’t find the rollback? We have applied a fix and the rollback will be visible again in the UI.
  2. There were reports that users who are in the same time zone were not able to view pre-validation labels. We cleaned up our backend and labels are now visible.
  3. If you are committing Case Auto Response Rules, the files may have been empty in your repository thus you might have seen a “not a well-formed XML” error. We have applied a patch to fix this scenario
  4. Improved performance for CI jobs when running specified tests.

GA release of AutoRABIT DX – The most comprehensive solution for SalesforceDX.

* SalesforceDX DevHub Management

* Dynamic User Story Dashboard for SalesforceDX

* Integrated user story workflow

* Sandbox Templates for Scratch Orgs

 Introducing AutoRABIT ALM for SalesforceDX
 New Integrations –


* Active Directory for Enterprise Installers

* Salesforce API 43.0

* AutoRABIT for Vlocity

 General UI/UX Improvements including support for IE11

* Infrastructure upgrade to support latest application server

* Support for using parallel ALM systems across multiple teams.

* Queue based Deployment

* Configurable map for running Apex Tests based on changes

* AWS Cloud Formation Templates for Enterprise installers


* Commit Full Profiles selectively using Ez-Commits without hitting governor limits

* Improved experience for commit validation during Ez-Commits

* Better support for selectively deploying Profiles and PermissionSets.

* Enhanced Merge and offline conflict resolution

* Ability to select Pre/Post Destructive changes while Rollback

* Selectively deploy between two revision numbers

* CI Jobs – Notify developers when a deployment fails due to their CheckIN

* CI Jobs – Option to set ‘Incremental Build’ for deployment Validation (Validate Only) jobs

* Extended webhook support for enterprise SCM systems

* Dataloader Pro – Automatically filter the ancestors based on filters provided for the master object.

* Dataloader Pro – Set start and end date for data migration schedules

* Download Diff reports in HTML format

* Download destructivechanges.xml in Continuous Integration (CI) Jobs

* Ability to download ‘Promotion’ and ‘Rollback’ packages zip files

Don’t miss our latest 4.2.1 Iron horse webinar ( View Webinar Recording )


New Features

  1. The long-awaited Salesforce API 42 & 43 support is now available!
  2. We now have the ability to download the file differences when comparing metadata before committing to source control

Bug Fixes

  1. We received repots of users not able to login through IE11. This has now been addressed and the login screen is visible.
  2. Triggered a Ci job through a webhook but no rollback option is available? Now any Ci jobs triggered through a webhook can also be rolled back.



Bug Fixes

  1. We received reports of users unable to edit their credentials in the Credential Manager if the password contains a “_” or “.”. This has now been addressed.
  2. Created/Edited a new role and it wasn’t saving properly? If so, this is fixed, and all roles will save appropriately.


New Features

  1. Added a new value called “Replace Single” for Configuration For recordTypes picklistValues option under My Account in the Admin module. Further details can be found on our support site.

Bug Fixes

  1. When selecting the Choose file from source option in our Merge editor, conflicts were still coming through for the user to select. This has now been addressed and conflicts will automatically be resolved from the source when this option is selected.
  2. Made some architectural changes for the reports functionality to read from our database rather than XML.


Bug Fixes

  1. Someone found a magic trick within our deployments feature where opening and closing the difference report multiple times duplicated the report on-screen. This has now been fixed.
  2. Release labels were not showing up under CI jobs for automated merges. We have addressed this, and it should now be visible.
  3. You can now use the underscore (_) character in deployments without it resulting in an error



Bug Fixes

  1. We have fixed an error when selecting enabling masking rules as part of your Data Loader process.
  2. Deployments is now working as expected and only showing you the items selected rather than other random components.
  3. We received reports of a mysterious option in the Admin module called Mail server Settings. We have since removed this option as its not for our SaaS customers!


Bug Fixes

  1. Masking rules were automatically being selected when running a dataloader process and caused errors. Now you can migrate your data error free with or without masking rules.
  2. Can’t find reports or dashboards when deploying through revisions? We have fixed this issue and now these metadata types will be retrieved from source control.
  3. We reminded AutoRABIT where the SSH private key is stored so the repository can be authenticated.



Bug Fixes

  1. Updated framework for the PermissionSet metadata type to not perform a delta comparison as this is not needed from Salesforce API 40.0 and up.
  2. Resolved UI related issues when using the Chrome browser in MacOS
  3. Updated CI Jobs build info screen to display the “branch name” and “repository name”
  4. Modified the Merge editor to cherry pick revisions based on both age and order.
  5. Fixed Merge Editor time out/page not responsive issues
  6. Improved performance while searching metadata components in EZ-Commits
  7. Provided warning in UI if a Salesforce org is inactive/deleted while executing a CI process
  8. UI Changes for Commit History screen
  9. Ability to delete “Previous labels” in Profile Manager
  10. Support for Knowledge Article data migration in Single Dataloader

Thank you for being our voice. Over the last few months, we strengthened the platform, added some remarkable features, and improved your favorite features to work and look better.

AutoRABIT 4.2 is our most powerful continuous delivery suite yet – providing fast, simple, and secure automation across all Salesforce and MuleSoft implementations.

Highlights of AutoRABIT 4.2 General Availability (GA) Release

  • Improved architecture for superior performance and stability
  • UI/UX Improvements – EZ-Commits, CI Jobs
  • New Integrations – Checkmarx, TFS-ALM, Salesforce API v41.0
  • New Features
    • Data Masking and support for importing data from a CSV file maintaining hierarchies
    • Credential Manager to store and manage your credentials
    • Grant/ Revoke permissions for selected Profiles and Permission Sets each time you commit a metadata member
  • Improvements
    • Environment Provisioning –
      • Create/ re-use templates for unsupported metadata (Pre/Post Deployment Steps).
      • Support for Custom Settings data migration
    • EZ-Commits – Reuse Commit Labels for multiple commits
    • Reporting – Enhanced Code Coverage Reports
    • Ability to abort CI Jobs


Detailed Release Notes
New Features:

 1. Integration with Checkmarx
     Modern Static Code Analysis; seamlessly integrated

  • Run security testing and static code analysis on Checkmarx.
  • Invoke AutoRABIT integration with Checkmarx every time you run a Commit or whenever you run a CI Job.


 2. Integration with TFS – ALM
It opens a door for a new way of collaboration amongst your teams

  • Update your work items in your TFS with your source control information.
  • While using EZ-Commits, simply choose metadata members followed by the Sprint and the work item to update the source control information.
  • Team leads can now track pre-validation results of a commit inside of a work item.
  • Leverage the full support of this integration to deploy across multiple environments based on the status of a work item, raise defects based on your Test automation results.

 3. Salesforce API v41.0

  • All AutoRABIT APIs have been upgraded to latest and greatest GA version – 41.0.
  • Salesforce developers can easily manage the API version from Admin > My Account> Salesforce Settings.

4. Dataloader Pro

  • Data Masking – Data administrators can now mask sensitive data records before it is loaded onto a destination. There are no restrictions on the number of fields you can invoke masking on. There will be three masking styles available:
    1. Prefix – Enter a value which will be added as a prefix to the existing data value
    2. Suffix – Enter a value which will be added as a suffix to the existing data value
    3. Replace – Enter a value which will completely replace the existing data value
  • CSV as Source – This new feature will remove the restriction of using a Salesforce sandbox as Source. Users will be able to input a CSV file with hierarchy relations. AutoRABIT will read the parent-child relationships and auto-map your fields. The other good stuff in Dataloader Pro follows this new feature [Disable validation rules, workflow rules, inserting null values, etc.]

5. Credential Manager

Multiple systems, one access point

An encrypted “digital locker” feature that enables a user to store Authentication information for multiple endpoints. Users can define, if a “credential” is global or private, depending on which other users will be able to use the access. These credentials are used by AutoRABIT to access your ALM, your Source Control, your PMD tools, etc.; the tools that you access every day quickly and efficiently.

6. Global Setting to Grant/Revoke permissions

The new way to manage permissions

  • An automated way to manage permissions across multiple metadata members in an agile way.
  • Let us suppose that in a sprint there are a few Profiles/Permission sets for which access must be granted and a few where access needs to be removed. Now, users can configure these Profile/Permission Sets in an umbrella such that each time a metadata member is committed via AutoRABIT, the respective Profile/Permission Set will be modified as per setting.


Improved Features

7. Enhanced Architecture
Next-gen SaaS architecture

What does it give you?

  • Superior performance and better response time
  • Highly scalable and repeatable
  • Presumed order and disorder in balance

8. Improved UI/UX

  • EZ- Commits – An intuitive wizard to commit Salesforce Metadata to your source control.
    1. Simplified design – we have removed a lot of clutter.
    2. Intuitive Guide Posts – Lots of signposts that will guide you perform your duties.
  • CI Jobs –Choose the “What” in an automated job with much more ease.
    1. A new grid-based selection for the type of Salesforce ‘CI Job’ that you want to create.
    2. An enhanced singular screen interface divided by sections to help you define a CI Job much more effective.
    3. No more typing of email addresses! Yay! You can check and notify the list of AutoRABIT users on a success/ failure events.
    4. Set your CI Job rotation policy.

9. Ability to Abort CI Jobs

Stop and Go at Will

With a robust CI platform, we realized that many a time, there would be a need to kill a CI job. The reasons could be many; Example – A user forgot to add a        dependency but kicked off the automation, only to realize that he made a boo-boo. Now, instead of waiting for the entire automation cycles to be completed and losing expensive release minutes, he can terminate the previous process at will.

10. Compounded Commit Labels

  • Users can now create a Commit Label (think of it as a Change Set) in EZ-Commits
  • These Commit Labels are to be used to tag multiple commits to the same label. The label can be used as a definition of change/sprint/story based your requirement.
  • The same Commit Labels can be used to Merge across different branches OR promoted into different environments as needed.

11. Environment Provisioning

A robust pre/post deployment framework.

  • Ability to migrate Custom Settings data as a Post migration step as part of Continuous Integration (CI Jobs).
  • Ability to use and tag AutoRABIT’s pre-loaded pre/post deployment scripts to automate “unsupported metadata” as part of Continuous Integration (CI Jobs).
  • Ability to invoke your own custom scripts as part of CI Jobs.

12. Code Coverage Reporting

Be notified

  • Now, users who request code coverage reports will be notified via an email with the results of a Code Coverage run on a specific Salesforce Org.
  • No limit on the number of code coverage runs requested.

Improvements made after 4.1.1. until 4.2 General Availability release – A Snapshot

  1. EZ-Commits
    • A configurable option for “non-admin” users to use Compare and Commit
    • The option to see Code Level Differences in Validate and Commit is defaulted to True.
    • Selected Additional Metadata can now be seen on the EZ-Commit screen with an option to deselect.
    • ‘Fetch Changes’ will now show the Last Modified By user
    • Users now have an option to remove System Permission and IP login ranges while committing a Profile/ Permission set
    • Create a Validate and Commit request after a Compare and Commit (Code Comparison)
    • An enhanced option commit Field Level Security for standard fields
  2. AutoRABIT Merge

Offline Merge v1.0 – Support for the user to download a conflicted file, resolve it locally and upload it back into the application

  1. Continuous Integration
    • Performance and stability improvements
    • Auto-refresh CI logs for better visibility
    • Complete support to prepare and run metadata component level destructive changes from Source Control.

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banner copyWe are pleased to announce AutoRABIT v.4.1 GA Release. Here is an update on the new features that will be made available over the weekend release scheduled for 3rd March, 2017:


  1. Check-in gate and code reviews
  • The code check-ins can now be pre-validated and reviewed before check-in to Version Control.
  • Pre-Validation includes deployment validation, code coverage and static code analysis.
  • Capability for the reviewers to approve or reject the commits based on the validation reports.


  1. Enhanced features in Data Loader Pro
  • Visual dependency graph for the users to view relation between multiple Salesforce objects.
  • Option to include or exclude parent objects during data loading process.
  • Filters for parent object fields along with mapping support.
  • Download success and error result the Salesforce objects part of the data loader jobs.


  1. Integration with new ALM Tools.
  • Integration with ALM tools like Rally, VersionOne for tagging user stories to metadata changes and support user story baseddeployments.


  1. Ergonomic User Interface – Phase1
  • Tabbed UI framework allows the user to perform parallel operations.
  • Users can now choose a Default page that they wish to see upon login
  • Key features are grouped under related modules for better usage and consistency.
  • Changes to the Main header, Sandbox Synchronization, Salesforce Org Management in this release.

Note: The UI re-alignment will continue into the next release as well.


  1. Merge Editor for SVN
  • All our customers using SVN as version control now can merge and perform conflict resolution in browser.


  1. Release Label Enhancements
  • Commit history now will show the commits of “auto-commits” done by AutoRABIT CI Jobs, merge commits
    from the merge process as well as pull external commits done from outside AutoRABIT.
  • Release labels can now be created from merge commits giving the flexibility to cherry-pick approved
    user stories in one environment, merge and promote to various release environments.


  1. TAF Enhancements
  • CI Jobs can be configured to fetch and execute automated tests from version control.
  • Improved scheduling in TAF to support parallel test execution on browsers and devices
  • Ability to dynamically choose pre-configured Sandboxes for test execution in TAF
  • Ability to check-in the updated test scripts into version control from TAF module.
  • Support for Provar test execution and reporting.


  1. Salesforce Spring ‘ 17 support.
  • Upgraded APIs to support Salesforce Spring’ 17 release, supporting the 9 newly added metadata types and 13modified metadata types including the “value sets”.


  1. Reporting capabilities
  • Scheduling and email notifications for “SF Org Sync” feature.
  • Enhanced reports for deployments with download option
  • Download option for static analysis reports.


  1. Service account support for TFS.
  • TFS connectivity is extended to connect through TFS customer service account credentials.

AutoRABIT announces the 4.0.2 Release, which will help our customers to further leverage their efficiencies through automation.

The following is a broad overview of some of the forthcoming features of 4.0.2 Release.


Snapshot of 4.0.2 Release

  • Destructive changes in CI Jobs
  • Sequence your CI Jobs
  • Support for Release Label Merge
  • Improved E-mail Notification
  • Apex Test Selection in CI Jobs/ Sync SF Orgs/ Selective Deployments
  • Configuration option for Managed Package Baselines
  • Filter option of Data loader jobs that are “in-progress”
  • Job time stamps based on User Profile Time Zone.


AutoRABIT is committed to enhancing customer excellence with your every single experience with us. We always assure you of our best in innovation at every step of your journey with us. Stay with AutoRABIT, stay ahead of the competition.


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It is AutoRABIT’s constant endeavor to help our customers minimize their manual work and achieve greater efficiency through automation. In line with this vision, AutoRABIT announces the 4.0 GA Release, which will help our customers to further leverage their efficiencies through automation. The following is a broad overview of some of the forthcoming features of 4.0 GA Release.



  • Now, trigger AutoRABIT builds on your GIT or SVN commits
  • Merge editor for GIT
  • Profile Designer, Comparator and Deployer
  • Seamless integration with JIRA and IBM RTC
  • AutoRABIT usage reports
  • Deploy your entire release from Version Control in a single go
  • AppExchange app configuration automation
  • Deployment enhancements

AutoRABIT is committed to enhancing customer excellence with your every single experience with us. We always assure you of our best in innovation at every step of your journey with us. Stay with AutoRABIT, stay ahead of the competition.

We are delighted to announce the release of AutoRABIT 3.9.3. We are confident that our new features will help you achieve enhanced efficiency by freeing up your time spent on repetitive manual tasks. We continuously strive to take your customer excellence level to a whole new level with every single experience of yours with us. We always do our best at every step of your journey with us. We would be glad to hear from you about any new features that you would like us to introduce in the near future.

1. Have Better Control Over Version Control System

  • Now, view the entire Version Control commit history through EZ-Commits.
  • Compare metadata differences between Salesforce Org and Version Control repository and view the missing data in Version Control repository. Now, you can also delete the Version Control metadata to sync up the Version Control repository with the sandbox.
  • Get summary view of metadata members committed to Version Control System in EZ-Check-ins

2. Track Your Audit Trail in AutoRABIT

  • Now, view the entire history of changes (of past 6 months) made to a Salesforce Org in the Audit Trial Log.

3. AutoRABIT now supports Salesforce API 37.0 (Summer ‘16) release.

4. Deployment Support

  • Custom deployment now supports TFS Version Control System

5. Scheduled Builds Run Only on Modifications

  • Scheduled builds will now trigger only if modifications are found either in sandbox or Version Control System.

6. Straighten Your Circular References with Data Loader Pro
Now, simplify your complex circular references. With the option to minimize multiple references between same objects in Data Loader Pro, get sizeable data from production (after refresh) with just a single click.

Detailed Release Notes can found in the “Help” section of AutoRABIT. Please write for more information or for a detailed discussion on the released features.

We are pleased to announce the AutoRABIT 3.9.2 release. We hope our new features will help you minimize your manual work and help you achieve greater efficiency by way of automation, in line with the vision of AutoRABIT. We assure you that, we are committed to enhancing customer excellence with your every single experience with AutoRABIT. Always you of our best in innovation at every step of your journey with AutoRABIT. We would be glad to hear back from you about any new features that you would like to be introduced by  us.

Here is an update about the changes and new features that will be available to you from 23rd May, 2016

Push Salesforce Sandbox Metadata into Version Control System

Salesforce has governor limits (size 400 MB or 10,000 files) to retrieve metadata at a single  request. For large enterprise Orgs, it may not be possible to retrieve and commit the entire Org exceeding governor limits to a version control system. AutoRABIT helps you overcome this challenge. You can now commit large orgs to a version control system with a single-click using AutoRABIT version control management.

Managing Your Version Control Credentials is Now Made Simple

  • Configure version control credentials in your user profile(My Profile)view and eliminae the need to re-enter them at multiple places in AutoRABIT.
  • Enter the version control credentials in your user profile console only once for a single branch under a repository and continue creating multiple branches. AutoRABIT auto-populates the credentials for all subsequent branches in the user profile.


  • Now,as an Admin, you can verify and commit changes made by all users into a version  control system with a few clicks in EZ-Commits.
  • AutoRABIT EZcommits has a new dimension now. With AutoRABIT, there is an option to retrieve any specific metadata types that a user wants to commit by clicking “ Additional Metadata” button in EZ-Commits.
  • Now you can compare the metadata differences between your Salesforce Org and your version control system before committing the changes by clicking “Compare and Commit”. This allows a user to see what changes are being committed to the version control system.

Projects (CI Jobs)

  • An option to exclude metadata types that you don’t want to bundle as a part of your CI build. This would greatly reduce your build time and increase your deployment success rate.
  • AutoRABIT now offers an option to validate your deployments without actually having to deploy your changes into your Orgs. To do this, check the “Validate Only” check-box.
  • Have better deployment visibility and enhanced CI jobs with code coverage reports option. You can now configure your apex tests as a part of your CI job.
  • During profile deployments, you can either retain or remove login IP ranges and user permissions from your source Org by clicking “Profile Settings”.

Selective Deployment

  • You can directly deploy EZ-Commit labels into Salesforce.
  • Re-use your un-deployed labels. You can now just validate the deployment and deploy the changes later, whenever required.
  • Performance improvement in the Org comparison
  • With parallel deployments, you have no more queues for your deployments.
  • Enhanced profile and permission sets deployments.

Details about the new features can be found in the “Help” section of AutoRABIT.
Please write to for a detailed discussion on the released features.

1. Salesforce 36.0 version upgrade
AutoRABIT now supports Salesforce 2016 spring release

2. Log a support ticket from AutoRABIT

Register your concerns or issues with AutoRABIT in the tool itself, which will be addressed always on priority.

3.Reusing the un-deployed labels

Once a label is initiated for deployment, you can now just validate the deployment and deploy the build later when ever required. The label created will be stored with AutoRABIT, ready to be deployed whenever required

4.Support for validation in the CI job

Apart from deploying builds, you can also validate the builds and look at the detailed reports that are generated. Based on the reports generated, the user can deploy a build, which helps the user focus on the deployment failures and provide fixes accordingly. The user can also re-use this build in custom deployment.

5.Support for Picklists, CustomObjectTranslation in EZ-Commits

When a user modifies pick list values, the last modified date of a Picklist is not updated by Salesforce, so AutoRABIT provides an option to include pick lists in EZ- Commits.

6.Support for AWS Code commit GIT

AutoRABIT provides full support for GIT repositories inside AWS as part of its CodeCommit Hosting. (including Get, Creating branches, Commit list, Latest revisions).

  1. Data Loader Pro now supports :
  • Circular references
  • Owner id transfer
  • User lookup transfer
  1. Rollback of changes after a deployment

Changes are made to the destination org during the deployments. If the deployment fails or has some functional issues, (the issues maybe in the application or due to the failure/success of a build), you have an option to revert back to the original metadata.

  1. User profile

Centralized dashboard for a user, to fill in the details and create a user profile, which includes version control and ALM mappings, roles, Salesforce orgs, etc.

  1. User changes

During the project creation, when you select auto-commit to a version control system, you can have:

Single User commit

Changes made to the code are committed to the version control system of the selected user.

Multi user commit

Changes made by multiple users are committed to the version control system.

  1. Full support for Perforce and TFS.
  1. User based Auto-Commit in the Continuous Integration job.
  2. Support for multiple account registrations for the same organization in the same system.
  3. Stopping a scheduled build when there are no changes in a Salesforce Org.
  4. Deployment using version control Revision number
  5. Deployment validation.
  1. On-demand and cherry-picked sandbox to sandbox deployments

Keep making changes in their source sandbox(s) and use the new Sandbox deployments functionality in AutoRABIT to view the list of changes done in a particular sandbox [ up to a line of a code level ] , select some, or all of them and then deploy them into a destination sandbox , as of them as and when you wish to do .

  1. Keeping track of Deployments history

AutoRABIT keeps track of the changes attached to a particular label and deploy them into the destination. With “History” functionality you can view the changes done to a particular metadata member filtering with date or sandbox or project or author giving you the right audit needed for your project.


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