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Which two environments meet the requirements for testing? A Developer needs to test an invoicing system integration. After reviewing the numbers oftransaction required for the test, the developer estimates that the test data will total about 2GB ofdata storage. Production data is not required for integration testing.



A. Full sandbox
B. Developer sandbox
C. Developer Pro Sandbox
D. Developer Edition
E. Partial Sandbox

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Asked by Csouza, Last updated: Sep 20, 2020

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C. Block

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C. Block, English Professor, M.A, Ph.D, Buffalo

Answered May 30, 2019

Two types of environments can be used for this type of testing. The first one is letter A, and the second one is letter E. A full sandbox is a complete testing environment. This means that it will be able to handle performance testing, load testing, and also staging.

The full sandbox will come with all of the details of your production to give you a better idea of what may occur if you would push through with the project. For partial sandbox, you cannot place all of the required details, but it will allow you to check what may happen in a faster manner. You can use both methods to get the details that you are looking for.

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Matz Lewis Clark

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Answered Apr 19, 2019

The two types of environments that can be used for testing are A and E. Full Sandbox and Partial Sandbox. A sandbox in Salesforce is a representation of all the things that you can find in your organization. This will give you an idea if your organization is up to date with everything that is needed.

A partial sandbox is also the same but the intervals will be shorter as compared to a full sandbox. These two environments will be ideal for doing different types of testing. You can use the full sandbox when you have more time and the partial sandbox when you need to try certain things in a limited amount of time.

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Answered Jul 08, 2018

Full sandbox
Partial Sandbox
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