Update ScreenSteps Remote Authentication Settings and Deploy Code to Production


If you have been working in a sandbox the entire time then you will now need to do the following:

  1. Deploy your Salesforce code to your production org to your sandbox org.
  2. Update your ScreenSteps remote authentication settings with your production URL

Deploy your code to production

Refer to your Salesforce documentation for how to deploy your Apex class to production.

Enter URL Into ScreenSteps Admin Area

Go back to the Single Sign-On area in ScreenSteps and update the Remote Login URL. You need to use the domain for your production organization in Salesforce.

If my url were then I would enter the following for the Remote login url (1):
Enter URL Into ScreenSteps Admin Area


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