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 To deploy Apex triggers in production, you will have to create them in a sandbox org and then move them over to production. ​ You can move them over using [[https://​help.salesforce.com/​articleView?​id=changesets.htm&​type=5|change sets]]. To deploy Apex triggers in production, you will have to create them in a sandbox org and then move them over to production. ​ You can move them over using [[https://​help.salesforce.com/​articleView?​id=changesets.htm&​type=5|change sets]].
  
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 When deploying change sets, you may need to add a [[https://​developer.salesforce.com/​docs/​atlas.en-us.apexcode.meta/​apexcode/​apex_qs_test.htm|test class]] that tests your trigger'​s Apex code to ensure 75% coverage of all Apex code.  By default, the Perspectium managed package comes with a test class that covers the basic of Perspectium'​s dynamic share Apex triggers. ​ When deploying change sets, you may need to add a [[https://​developer.salesforce.com/​docs/​atlas.en-us.apexcode.meta/​apexcode/​apex_qs_test.htm|test class]] that tests your trigger'​s Apex code to ensure 75% coverage of all Apex code.  By default, the Perspectium managed package comes with a test class that covers the basic of Perspectium'​s dynamic share Apex triggers. ​
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 =====Change Set Deployment===== =====Change Set Deployment=====
 In order to deploy a change set, follow the steps and examples provided below: In order to deploy a change set, follow the steps and examples provided below:
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