How can an Administrator set a Flow to active when deploying a Change Set to Production?
A. Activate the Flow before adding to a Change Set.
B. From Process Automation Settings, select Deploy Processes and Flows as Active.
C. Use a post-deployment Apex script to Activate.
D. Deploy a Process Builder that sets the autolaunched flow to an Active status.
How can an Administrator create a process flow in Process Builder that can be reused and customized for specific processes?
A. Edit the process’s properties, and set the Template to Yes.
B. Create a Template from the process.
C. Set the process to start when a platform event occurs.
D. Add ‘_Template’ in the process’s API Name.
As part of the development process, a testing sandbox that matches the staging sandbox data and metadata is required. With Spring ’19, what new feature can be used to meet this need efficiently?
A. Use Ant to push the metadata and data from the staging sandbox to the testing sandbox.
B. Use an AppExchange app to populate the testing sandbox with the data and metadata from the staging sandbox.
C. Manually populate the testing sandbox with the data and metadata from the staging sandbox.
D. Clone the staging sandbox.
With Spring ’19, how can you move metadata from one unlocked package to another unlocked package, if you need to refactor your package?
A. Manually remove the installed metadata from the original package and then install the new package in your production org.
B. Use a scratch org package to combine the packages.
C. Change the configurations in the Package.xml to create the association before deploying it to the destination org.
D. Deprecate the metadata in an unlocked package, move that metadata to a new package, and then install the new package in your production org.
Which resource, introduced in Spring ’19, will help a developer using Salesforce DX to simplify the development of Lightning Web Components?
A. Apex Replay Debugger
B. Salesforce VS Code Extensions
C. Eclipse IDE Lightning Components snap-in
D. Heroku CLI