Fast and reliable metadata deployments

Deploy Salesforce metadata changes with confidence and say goodbye to change sets.

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Compare and deploy metadata between any two environments

Use the same intuitive workflow to push changes between Salesforce orgs, source control repositories, local files, and Salesforce DX scratch orgs.

Built for every Salesforce org

Use OAuth to securely connect to an unlimited number of orgs with nothing to install. Deploy any metadata type supported by the Metadata API.

Full source control integration

Commit to any Git-based source control system and easily deploy from Git to Salesforce, all through Gearset’s UI.

Detection and display of even the smallest metadata differences

Easily visualize and understand the exact differences in your metadata.

View line-by-line differences in your metadata

Easily browse new, changed or deleted items between your source and target environments with Gearset’s detailed line-by-line diff viewer.

View differences by type

Gearset doesn’t just show XML differences. It displays differences in the way you need, with specific rendering for images, picklists, CSS, JavaScript and Apex code.

Catch every dependency

Dig into your comparison to understand all the dependencies in your metadata. Gearset will even flag missing dependencies in your deployment package.

Check your package before you deploy

Gearset’s problem analyzers and static code analysis carry out pre-deployment code scanning to check your code quality and ensure your deployment success!

Identify issues early

Catch and resolve common issues, such as missing dependencies, and deploy successfully first time.

Automated tests for simplicity

With automated testing and static code analysis, uncover bugs or low-quality code before deploying.

Deployment history, rollback and package cloning

See a full deployment history for your whole Salesforce development team, with handy options for auditing and streamlining your workflow.

Deployment history and reporting

Gearset keeps a full history of your comparisons and deployments. Download a PDF report for any deployment, or even download the deployment package itself.

Clone packages and roll back changes

Clone, combine and redeploy packages from your deployment history, rather than rebuilding them from scratch. And if the need arises, roll back changes from any deployment in your history.

Gearset’s complete end-to-end release management

Deploy Salesforce CPQ

Easily deploy metadata, CPQ configuration and Industries (Vlocity) DataPacks between your source and target environments and migrate them together in one deployment.

Deploy CPQ like metadata

Create and maintain external IDs with our 1-click wizard. Choose specific CPQ, Advanced Approvals, and Billing objects to compare and deploy alongside your metadata.

Map dependencies and get suggested fixes

Our dependency analysis breaks down the complex relationships between CPQ records for easier deployments, while our unique problem analyzers find and fix missing dependencies.

Salesforce DX

SFDX is changing the way developers build on the Salesforce platform. Do you have all the tools you need to adopt modern Salesforce DevOps for your whole team?

What is Salesforce DX?

Salesforce DX is a series of tools, features and APIs to make it easier for Salesforce teams to adopt modern DevOps. It encourages Salesforce developers to adopt best practices already common on other platforms and software development stacks, like using version control, and automating more parts of the release process. SFDX comprises several features to help, including:

To learn more about the features that make DX so powerful, download our whitepaper, Adopting Salesforce DX.

Gearset and Salesforce DX

Although the APIs and CLIs that comprise SFDX are designed for experienced developers, Gearset builds on top of them to allow admins and developers of all technical backgrounds to take advantage of all of its features. With Gearset you can benefit from every SFDX feature, all within an easy-to-use UI, including:

Combine these features with Gearset’s continuous integration, org monitoring and test monitoring to create a DevOps process that works for your whole team, all without needing to use the CLI.

Deployment FAQs

No. Gearset uses secure OAuth to enable connections to your Salesforce orgs. There’s nothing to install in your orgs, and Gearset doesn’t have access to or store your credentials.

You can link to as many of your Salesforce orgs as you need. You can also delegate specific access levels to your teammates, so they can compare and/or deploy to and from your orgs, helping you collaborate whatever your team size.

Gearset’s comparison UI highlights all changed, new and deleted metadata items, so you can easily see the differences between your environments. This means you don’t need to rely on manual, time-consuming and error-prone tracking. Plus, you can easily spot when an org is getting out of sync and use the comparison to align your environments.

Most Salesforce deployment tools (Change Sets, Ant migration tool, Workbench, or even DevOps Center) compare the metadata in your source and target orgs.

You can compare and deploy any Salesforce metadata that’s supported by the Salesforce Metadata API. Even metadata types that are notoriously difficult to migrate (profiles, permissions and even layouts) can all be deployed through Gearset’s UI.

You can also deploy unmanaged packages and managed packages with Gearset. Managed packages aren’t included as part of the standard comparison filter but you can add them to your filter in just a few clicks.

Even low-code environments benefit from source control. We support all Git-based providers (such as GitHub, Bitbucket, AWS CodeCommit, VSTS, and GitLab) for declarative source code management.

We support on-premises Git setups, e.g. BitBucket Server (Stash), GitHub Enterprise, Azure DevOps Server and GitLab Self Managed.

Yes. Every deployment you perform via Gearset is saved so you have a complete audit history of every change made to your Salesforce orgs.

Find out more about Gearset’s release management features

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