This one’s for you, coffee-shop hopping Force.com developers who go to make some changes to your code in Eclipse and — blocked! Login must use Security Token! Uggh. But I hate Security Tokens – sure, sure, it makes way more sense to use them. Definitely a best practice. But, well, sometimes I’m lazy. I confess – I very often just use Trusted IP Ranges.
So, for those of you out there that have been in my situation, and like me don’t like entering Security Tokens into your Eclipse, SOQLExplorer, Data Loader, etc., and prefer to just use Trusted IP Ranges and basic username/password, I’m guessing you find yourselves doing this over and over again:
- Show up at Coffee Shop you haven’t been to before – or at which you’ve never done any development on a particular Force.com project / org.
- Login to Eclipse.
- Try to save something.
- Fail – you’re…
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