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How to Identify your Salesforce Edition and API Version

How to Identify your Salesforce Edition and API Version

In Salesforce Classic

1. Navigate to Setup.

2. In the Quick Find Search box type API.

3. Then select AOI under Develop.

4. From there select Generate Enterprise WSDL.

5. On the next page listing Installed Packages select the generate button.

6. On the resulting page your current API version will be listed in commented out section near the top.

Example: ‘Salesforce.com Enterprise Web Services API Version 35.0’

If you’re in a sandbox environment do not save, select Cancel.

In Lightning Experience

1. Navigate to Setup.

2. In the Quick Find search box type API.

3. Select API under Integrations in the setup options.

4. Select Generate Enterprise WSDL.

5.Select Generate.

If you’re in a sandbox environment do not save, select Cancel.

Alternatively, find your org’s current API version in Classic or Lightning

1. Navigate to Setup.

2. In the Quick Find search box type Apex Classes.

3. Select Apex Classes in the setup menu options.

4. Select New and on the resulting page open the Version Settings tab.

5. The topmost value available in the Version column dropdown is your org’s current API version.

Examples:
API Version 49.0 = Summer ’20
API Version 48.0 = Spring ’20
API Version 47.0 = Winter ’20
API Version 46.0 = Summer ’19
API Version 45.0 = Spring ’19
API Version 44.0 = Winter ’19
API Version 43.0 = Summer ’18

Questions on identifying your Salesforce edition and API version? Email support at support@eonesolutions.com

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In Salesforce Classic In Lightning Experience Alternatively, find your org’s current API version in Classic or Lightning

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