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btfcl started a new conversation Salesforce Service Not Updating On Production Server
Beating my head against a wall at this point. I've inherited a rather large laravel installation, and have been able to update various bits accordingly, but we've run into a big issue working with Salesforce and Forrest.
We have a file in /Services/Salesforce with field values that are being sent along to salesforce.
The file has been changed, and we've run all of the deployment scripts that should create a "new" system. These include all artisan cache:clear, view, file, composer install, destroying storage, bootstrap cache, etc
Does anyone have any idea how a file in /Services/Salesforce would not be updated even after manually changing the file, reinstalling with composer, and flushing all laravel caches/configs/views?