How To Deploy Code From Eclipse IDE To Salesforce Production?

Deploy from Eclipse to Salesforce Productions:
              Follow the Below simple Steps to Deploy your code in Salesforce Production Environment by Using the Eclipse IDE Tool.

Step: 1
       First  Select the Project /Component which you want to Deploy  from eclipse to Salesforce Production Environment. 
Then Right Click on the Component--> Force.com --->Deploy to server.


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Step: 2
Now It will Ask the Production org details. I.e ( User Name, Password, Security Token, Select the environment) Then click on Next.

Org_Details

Step: 3
 Then it will Ask Archive, Uncheck the Destination Archive checkbox and click next.

Archive_Options



Step: 4
Then It will show the Deployment plan. Here We can Select the which Components to Deploy. It will show a Color Coding to Easy to Identify.Select and Click on Next.
Green Color: This  indicates that those components are Not there in the destination environment.
Yellow Color : This indicates that those components are already available in the destination environment.
Red Color : This indicates that we Cannot deploy these components .

You Can See this in Below Screens.

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Red_color_Components

Step: 5
That's it.  
You will see the Deployment Plan Executed Successfully Message. Click on Finish Button to Complete.

Deployment_Success

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