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Wrong type for attribute <apex:remoteObjectModel name="">. Expected valid entity name, found

Question or Problem Statement:
I am trying to install Zuora managed package Z-Quotes version 7.40 and 7.43 and both failed with below error:
1. Wrong type for attribute <apex:remoteObjectModel name="">. Expected valid entity name, found AsyncApexJob
ProductListViewSync: Wrong type for attribute <apex:remoteObjectModel name="">. Expected valid entity name, found AsyncApexJob






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Re: Wrong type for attribute <apex:remoteObjectModel name="">. Expected valid entity

Solution:
The reason why you can't get the Quotes package to install, is because your SalesForce Organization is Professional, whereas the supported version for Quotes is Unlimited and Enterprise Edition.

Supporting References:
https://knowledgecenter.zuora.com/CA_Commerce/C_Zuora_Quotes/B_Install_Z-Force_Quotes_on_Salesforce....






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Re: Wrong type for attribute <apex:remoteObjectModel name="">. Expected valid entity

Solution:
The reason why you can't get the Quotes package to install, is because your SalesForce Organization is Professional, whereas the supported version for Quotes is Unlimited and Enterprise Edition.

Supporting References:
https://knowledgecenter.zuora.com/CA_Commerce/C_Zuora_Quotes/B_Install_Z-Force_Quotes_on_Salesforce....






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