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Enabling Access for New Users

The Force.com platform provides a flexible, layered data sharing design that allows to expose different data sets to different sets of users. This way, users can do their job without seeing data they do not need to see, which helps to minimize the risk of abuse and loss of data.

Permissions and permission sets allow accessing objects and object fields. That is, they control which data users can see and edit.

JustOn provides permission sets for the included custom objects and fields, Visualforce pages and Apex classes. These permission sets are shipped with the JustOn package. They are upgraded as new objects or fields, Visualforce pages etc. are added with new JustOn releases.

JustOn ships with the following default permission sets:

Permission Set Description
JustOn Full Access Read/write access to JustOn objects, irrespective of any role-based restrictions
Can be used only in combination with the Read/Write permission set.
JustOn Read Only Read-only access to JustOn objects
JustOn Read/Write Read/write access to JustOn objects
JustOn Payment Guest Specific permission set for using payment service integrations

As an org administrator, you can add or remove the permission set assignments for your users as necessary.

Info

JustOn recommends not to alter the Salesforce default access setting Public Read/Write for the Account object. If your business requires to do so, however, make sure to assign Write access to the users or profiles that create or update invoices.

Note

Due to a Salesforce defect, the permission sets shipped with JustOn are not able to allow access to the Balance object and its fields.

Hence, enabling access to JustOn for new users usually involves the following tasks:

  1. Create a new permission set that enables access to the Balance object and its fields.

    You can, for example, clone the default JustOn Read/Write permission set, and then add the permission to access the Balance object and its fields to the created copy.

    For details, see Create Permission Sets in the Salesforce Help.

  2. Add or remove permission set assignments for your users as necessary.

    For details, see Assign Permission Sets to a Single User in the Salesforce Help.

  3. Assign a JustOn license to your users.

    For details, see Assign Licenses for Managed Packages in the Salesforce Help.