March 2023 - Version 22.3 (nCino)- Key Features and Enhancements
Date of release:05 March 2023Article last updated:05 March 2023
1. Specify baseline revision in continuous integration for version control
With this nCino release, we've added a new option called Version Control to facilitate deployment. The users will now be able to define a starting point from which commit needs to be picked for the range of revisions to be deployed via Continuous Integration (CI) jobs. The key features are:
The user will be able to trigger builds for new revisions (delta deployments).
The user will be able to select baseline revisions as a starting point for CI jobs.
The user will be able to group all commit revisions together to run dataloader operations at once.
2. Reuse the package from the build and deploy in multiple Salesforce environments as post-deployment success activity
As a post-deployment success activity, we've provided the ability to reuse a package from a single build from a single CI job to deploy the same data in various Salesforce environments.
While using the current nCino implementation, the user must create multiple CI jobs, one for each destination org, in order to build data from the same repository and branch and deploy it to multiple salesforce environments. This results in repeated effort in building from the same source and defining the same job over and over again merely to choose a different destination, making it difficult to manage several CI jobs.
With this new functionality, the user can build once and reuse it for deploying to multiple Salesforce orgs using a single build from a CI job.
The key features are:
Reduced effort in redefining the CI jobs with the same source multiple times.
Reduced time to deploy to multiple environments from the same source.
1. Salesforce Spring '23 (API version 57.0) Support
To keep our product up to current with the most recent Salesforce upgrades, AutoRABIT supports the most recent API 57.0 version in this release. The most recent API version is aimed for customising the metadata schema and developing tools to manage it.