This “LWC1010:Failed to resolve entry for module” compilation error is caused by an invalid reference to the component filename. By default camel case component folder names are mapped to kebab-case in the markup when calling them from Lightning Web Components. To resolve entry for module errors check the proper naming and hyphen. Eg. myComponent would… Read More How to Fix Compilation LWC1010: Failed to resolve entry for module
Go to Salesforce Classic UI and search under Setup for “Customer Portal” and Disable Login Enabled. You should move your portal to Communities where Platform Encryption is supported.
If you try to deploy the Admin profile and might get this error if you have Dev Hub enabled on your org. You need to edit the Admin profile and remove the following lines
There are some permissions that are not applicable to a scratch org and this is one of those weird ones. Pushing the standard Admin profile to my scratch org I encountered this error. You may not modify the permission Access Tracer for External Data Sources while editing a Standard Profile. To fix this you need… Read More How to Fix Salesforce Deployment Errors: source:push “You may not modify the permission Access Tracer for External Data Sources while editing a Standard Profile”
Quick Tip. Salesforce DX already comes with Intellisense for Apex classes and the different primitive types. Eg. Strings For SObjects it’s a per-project setting you need to enable once you have your project created. Open the Command Palette and choose SFDX: Refresh SObject Definitions What the command does under the hood is it will create… Read More How To Enable SObject Intellisense in VSCode for Salesforce DX
There are two development models you can follow with Salesforce DX. First is the package model where you develop against a scratch org and prepare all the components that are needed to deploy, similar to change sets but smarter as it handles the dependencies for you. We will talk about this more in the future.… Read More How To Get Started With Org Development Model With Salesforce DX
If you recently used the custom lookup component while working on Salesforce Flows and get this error. We can’t display component ‘flowruntime:lookup’, because it isn’t supported in Classic runtime. Chances are you still are on Classic. The component only works on Lightning. An easy fix is to enable the Lightning runtime in Flows. From Setup,… Read More Fix for flowruntime:lookup Error With Salesforce Flows