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Share a Namespace and/or Multiple Managed Packages per DE


Partners/Developers looking to release more than 1 Managed Package must have multiple DE accounts, since DE only allows 1 MP. As a result, they need to manage and maintain multiple namespaces. This can become difficult to manage if there is shared code they want to leverage in multiple apps. They would need to rework the code to handle these various namespaces. I see two possible solutions: 1. Allow a DE to have more than one Managed Package or 2. Allow a Namespace to be share by another DE org

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  • Dileep Burki - 11 months ago

    It has taken us a while (a long while!) but with Winter '20, we are launching second-generation managed packages that supports a modern, source-driven development model that amongst a host of benefits, supports development of multiple packages sharing the same namespace. See for more info.
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