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faultcode:'sf:INSUFFICIENT_ACCESS', faultstring:'ClassName: no access allowed to this class.', Salesforce
faultcode:'sf:INSUFFICIENT_... faultstring:'ClassName: no access allowed to this class.', Salesforce Are you getting the above error in salesforce while the javascript is getting executed ? the reson is the user doesnt have sufficient access to the Apex class. Do the following and the issue will get resolved. Go to Setup->Develop->Apex Classses-> open the Class -> Click Security Button -> Add access to the profile from which you are trying to perform the action ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 27, 2010 5:39 AM

How to overcome - Not able to delete feed tracked changes (Chatter) in Salesforce
I struggled for more than a month to overcome this error Not able to delete feed tracked changes when the chatter was enabled in Salesforce environment (Sandbox) and my sandbox size was just 10 MB and it has occupied around 11.3 MB for these feed tracked changes whenever i was loading account or contact records in the sandbox thru data loader or thru enterprise wsdl. So i was not able to create even a single record for testing. Then deleted all accounts and contacts and then tried. Inspite of that ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 27, 2010 1:59 AM

Edit Read Only Fields Permission in Salesforce
Learnt a new thing today in Salesforce. I was wondering how to make a field read only for system admins in Salesforce. I configured particular fields to read only for a cloned system admin profile :- Field Accessibility Field Level Security Page Layout In spite of that it was allowing me to edit the field while creating a new record or editing it. Then found out that if it is a profile that is cloned from System Admin, We have a Permission called Edit Read Only Fields and that was checked for that ......

Posted On Wednesday, October 27, 2010 1:54 AM

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