11-09-2017 05:24 AM
Is there any way to reset an API sandbox to a clean state.
Also is there a way to get more than one API sandbox provisioned? We're likely to have multiple developers doing stuff again the API so it would be nice to have more than one so teams don't trample each other.
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11-09-2017 07:50 AM
03-03-2018 11:57 AM
03-05-2018 03:28 AM
@dixitarjun No - we did delete all the accounts, subscriptions etc. at one time and that gets it most of the way back to clean. I think we'll do that again soon as we're moving from prototyping/testing to actual implementation, but whether it can be done now we how so much (test) data in I don't know.
05-09-2018 04:48 AM
I've used Sandbox as well as.so we do require Production style security settings for it. Therefore we cannot simply disable it for all users on those sandboxes.
If this issue is only an issue with Sandbox, is it possible to disable the password expiration setting entirly for sandbox?
05-09-2018 06:56 PM
@josemark - there is!
To disable the password expiration, do the following:
- Log in as an administrator account
- Click on your name and go to "Administration" settings
- Click on "Security Policies"
- Change the "Password Expiration" to "Never"
Now, having shared this, I'm going to have to state the usual disclaimers. It is recommended that you still change your password on a regular basis for general security purposes. Should your sandbox be compromised, there is no way the Zuora team would be able to recover any lost information you've done in the course of testing.
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