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Salesforce Spring '19: Upcoming Dates

 

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Field History Data Retention Now Enforced

Starting with Salesforce Spring '19 release, Salesforce will enforce the 18-month retention policy and begin the process of removing field history data beyond 24 months.  If you have data beyond 24 months that you would like to retain, you should plan on taking action well before the Salesforce Spring '19 release.

 

See Page 7 (as well as our Blog Post: Salesforce: Retention Limit for Field History Data is now Enforced!).

 

Upcoming Instance Refreshes

EU6: Saturday, January 19, 2019, 22:00 - 02:00 UTC

EU1 & EU4: Sunday, January 20, 2019, 03:00 - 07:00 UTC

 

See page 11.

 

Instance Names

Going forward: Salesforce will have two separate subregions within the EMEA region: UMEA (UK, Middle East & Africa) and EU (Rest of Europe & Russia) with UM and EU instances, respectfully.  UM instances will be supported by two data centers in the London, UK metro area and EU instances will be supported by our France & Germany data centers.

 

January 19, 2019

EU6 --> UM3 or UM4

 

January 20, 2019

EU1 --> UM1 or UM2

EU4 --> EU25 or EU26

 

See page 12.

 

Site Switches

December 15: NA39, NA45, NA61, NA62

January 19: EU10, EU12, NA54, NA67

January 20: NA40, NA47, NA51, NA63

 

See page 19.

 

Support for Internet Explorer v9 and v10 will retire on April 5, 2019

Support for Internet Explorer (IE) 9 and 10 will be retired on April 5, 2018.  You can continue to access Salesforce Classic using IE9 and IE10, however Salesforce will not provide support for any issues you may encounter using these browsers.

 

See page 27.