Sunday, April 1, 2018

Breeding your own deployment fish

Sometimes it just isn't practical to head out into the ocean to catch your own deployment fish. Or the metadata gods don't favor your change set with a fresh catch.

What are you to do if the deployment fish aren't biting?

JavaScript to the rescue!

A few moments of playing on the /changemgmt/monitorDeploymentsDetails.apexp page reveals that JSON data about the current deployment status flows through SfdcApp.MonitorDeployment.InProgressComponent.refreshInProgressSection. We can call the same function ourselves and manipulate the totalComponentsCount and succeededComponentsCount data as required:

SfdcApp.MonitorDeployment.InProgressComponent.refreshInProgressSection(Sfdc.JSON.parse('{"hasErrors":false,"hasFatalError":false,"refreshInternalInMillis":3000,"hasCodeCoverageError":false,"totalTestsCount":20,"totalComponentsCount":4,"succeededComponentsCount":21,"isComponentSaveFailing":false,"isDeployComplete":true,"failedComponentsCount":0,"failedTestsCount":0,"isDeployCanceled":false,"completedDate":"4/1/2018 1:33 AM","hasTestRunStarted":false,"isCheckOnly":true,"isTestRunFailing":false,"isAbortRequested":false,"hasPayloadError":false,"isTestRunRequired":false,"stateDetail":"","succeededTestsCount":20,"deployStatus":"Succeeded"}'), !0);

Better yet, we can wrap it in our own function to call as required.

function deploymentFish(a, b) {
  var c = Sfdc.JSON.parse(document.getElementById(chartDataHiddenElementId).value);
  c.succeededComponentsCount = a;
  c.totalComponentsCount = b;
  document.getElementById(chartDataHiddenElementId).value = Sfdc.JSON.stringify(c);
  SfdcApp.MonitorDeployment.InProgressComponent.refreshInProgressSectionBasedOnServerData();
}

Or, if you prefer, in bookmarklet form: (Installation link for Deployment Fish)

javascript:(function(){
var d = prompt('Deployment fish size?', '17/14');
var a = parseInt(d.split('/')[0]);
var b = parseInt(d.split('/')[1]);
var c = Sfdc.JSON.parse(document.getElementById(chartDataHiddenElementId).value);
c.succeededComponentsCount = a;
c.totalComponentsCount = b;
document.getElementById(chartDataHiddenElementId).value = Sfdc.JSON.stringify(c);
SfdcApp.MonitorDeployment.InProgressComponent.refreshInProgressSectionBasedOnServerData();
})();

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