Issues with upgrading Skuid on Salesforce Summer '19 instances

Karen Waldschmitt
Karen Waldschmitt 🛠️ 
edited August 12, 2019 in General
Hi~ 

Wanted to let you know that some folks are seeing the following error when trying to upgrade their Skuid version on Salesforce Summer '19 instances. 
  • Error Number: 1308198063-150825 (198334895)
    Problem:

    1.  You can't remove design attributes 'type,id,parameters,useURLParameters' when the component implements a Lightning Page interface.
    page: You can't remove design attributes 'type,id,parameters,useURLParameters' when the component implements a Lightning Page interface.
It looks like this is stemming from this Salesforce known issue. Please Me Too this KI so that
  1. Salesforce knows how many folks are being affected by it 
  2. Salesforce will send you regular updates regarding its status.
Just a reminder that preview sandboxes are already on Summer '19. Please check status.salesforce,com to see when your instances are getting moved to Summer '19. The first round of prod orgs get upgraded this weekend.

Also, if you have ever used Pardot, please check out this incident report as users may have broader data access than intended. Looks like it may also affect those who didn't use Pardot, "As a result, customers who were not impacted may experience service disruption."

Thanks!
Karen
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  • Bryan Hermsen
    edited June 28, 2019
    Thanks for posting this.

    We are running into this issue when upgrading from 11.0.5 to latest, even though the issue shows as fixed for our sandbox. Is there another potential cause for this issue?

    I've checked our site pages to see if we are using design tags but it doesn't look like we are.

    Thanks!

    Bryan
  • Bryan Hermsen
    edited June 28, 2019
    In case it's helpful I was able to upgrade to 11.0.8 but anything after that throws this error message "You can't remove design attributes 'type,id,parameters,useURLParameters' when the component implements a Lightning Page interface."

    We've tried 11.1, 11.2 and Spark.

    We seem to be stuck with no way to upgrade. Can you help?

    Thanks!

    Bryan
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 1, 2019
    Hi Bryan, we reached out to you via email :-)
  • Prasanth sfdc
    edited July 9, 2019
    Dear friends, 
     
          I am also facing this issue if anyone got the solutions please provide to me ....
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 9, 2019
    Hi Prasanth, we will reach out to you via email. Thanks!
  • Johnny Carmona
    edited July 9, 2019
    I'm also having this issue, please provide any updates.
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 10, 2019
    Hi Johnny, we are in contact with Brett McLemore and Salesforce in order to take care of it. Thanks!
  • Prasanth sfdc
    edited July 24, 2019
    Thank you Luzie Baumgart. I will let you once the upgrade is done.   Thanks. 
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 10, 2019
    Hi Prasanth, did you get our email yesterday, subject "Skuid Upgrade issue "? We will need your org ID first. If you didn't get our email, please send your org ID to: [email protected]

    Thanks! Luzie
  • Prasanth sfdc
    edited July 10, 2019
    Hi Luzie Baumgart,  I got the notification on yesterday. I have informed the situation to the my Manager, they are contacting Salesforce.com   . Thanks for taking care ...  
  • Mandy Zeng
    edited July 11, 2019
    Hi there,

    Currently one of our clients wants to upgrade to 11.2.8 in their salesforce sandbox for testing purpose, however we got the same issue ' You can't remove design attributes 'type,id,parameters,useURLParameters' when the component implements a Lightning Page interface.
    page: You can't remove design attributes 'type,id,parameters,useURLParameters' when the component implements a Lightning Page interface'

    Contact with Salesforce and they asked us to raise this issue to you. The org id is 00D5D00000090ga and the install link is https://test.salesforce.com/packaging/installPackage.apexp?newui=1&p0=04t4A000000AekB

    Can you urgently fix this as our client is waiting for this for a while? 

    cc. Matt Brown


  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 11, 2019
    Hi Mandy, thank you for letting us know the org ID. We informed Salesforce and let you know once the org is ready. Regards, Luzie & team
  • Dave
    Dave 💎
    edited July 29, 2019
    Hello, we are having the same issue upgrading to our salesforce to the latest release in sandbox and wil prob have same issue for production, so here's both Org ID's

    Sandbox Org ID: 00De0000001OFqB
    Production ID: 00D40000000IWwQ

    Thx
  • Dave
    Dave 💎
    edited July 15, 2019
    Hi can anyone please get back to me on this issue?
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 16, 2019
    Hi Dave, I'm sorry for the late response. Thank you for sending the org IDs. We are in direct contact with Salesforce regarding this matter and will update you here.
  • Karen Waldschmitt
    Karen Waldschmitt 🛠️ 
    edited July 26, 2019
    Our apologies that this issue is persisting and that clients on older versions of Skuid are unable to upgrade to 11.x.x or 12.x.x. The process to be able to upgrade is to send an email to [email protected] with your org ID and we will provide that information to Salesforce. Once Salesforce has done what they need to permit the upgrade, we will let you know to try upgrading again. 
  • Mandy Zeng
    edited July 17, 2019
    Hi Luzie,

    Have you got any update?
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 18, 2019
    Hi Mandy, this is still in Salesforce's hands, I pinged them again. If you plan to open a Salesforce case as well, or maybe already did, we recommend to reference our existing case number: #23032065
    Thanks! Luzie
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 22, 2019
    Hi Dave, we just got feedback from Salesforce and both orgs are ready for a Skuid upgrade now. Please try again and let us know the result. Thanks!
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 22, 2019
    Hi Mandy, we just got feedback from Salesforce and your org is ready for a Skuid upgrade now. Please try again and let us know the result. Thanks!
  • Dave
    Dave 💎
    edited July 23, 2019
    Hello Luzie,

     I just tried updating in the sandbox and it was successful!

    Will try to do the Production after testing the newest release in sandbox.

    Thank you very much.
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 23, 2019
    Great, thank you for your patience and your quick feedback!
  • Mandy Zeng
    edited July 23, 2019
    Thank you Luzie. I will confirm later on. Currently the login access of this org has expired. After client re-grant us the login, I will let you know the result. Thanks for your help.
  • Mandy Zeng
    edited July 24, 2019
    Thanks for your help Luzie. I just confirmed the new skuid 11.2.8 has been successfully installed in client sandbox.
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 24, 2019
    Thanks Mandy, sounds good, we appreciate your feedback!
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 24, 2019
    Thanks Mandy, sounds good, we appreciate your feedback!
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 26, 2019
    HI Dave, wanted to check in if you had tried to upgrade Production already? If not, could you please let us know the planned date for the upgrade?
  • Karen Waldschmitt
    Karen Waldschmitt 🛠️ 
    edited August 12, 2019
    We are continuing to work with Salesforce on how to resolve this issue. Until it is resolved, if you are having problems upgrading to 11.1.x and beyond, here is the process to follow.
    1. Please send an email to [email protected] with your org ID
    2. Skuid will send that information to Salesforce.
    3. Once Salesforce does what is needed to permit the upgrade, Skuid will let you know to upgrade again.
    Please note that you will only have 1 week to perform the upgrade once this step has been reached so please reach out only when you are ready to upgrade.
  • Dave
    Dave 💎
    edited July 29, 2019
    Hi Luzie, as I had not updated since Brooklyn in prod, I will take a little time for me to test all in Sandbox and make sure nothing broke. 
    So do not have an exact date yet, but should be done sometime next week hopefully
  • Luzie Baumgart
    Luzie Baumgart 🛠️ 
    edited July 29, 2019
    Hi Dave, no worries. Please take your time for thorough testing before upgrading Skuid in Production and reach out to us again once you are ready. We will inform Salesforce then. New information: Please note that you will only have 1 week to perform the upgrade once this step has been reached so please reach out only when you are ready to upgrade. Thanks!
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