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Applying Permission set by updating with editor



Applying Permission set by updating with editor

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#1
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Sreevastav

    Posted 16 Feb 2018 and edited 17 Feb 2018

    Hello,

    I am trying to update Permission set by changing the permission set xml in the editor but my changes are not getting reflected in salesforce even after apply. Is there any step I am missing when I make changes Editor directly.

    Thanks & Regards

    Sreevastav



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    #2

    kate.dulko

      Posted 16 Feb 2018

      Hi Sreevastav,


      Thank you for your bug report and for bringing this issue to our attention.


      I've added this to our backlog and our developers will work on solving this issue and back an ability to deploy changes in Permission sets.

      This is caused by moving the IDE to the Salesforce API version 41. Soon we are going to update TWS to support the recently released 42 version of API, and we will work on the issue in a frame of these changes.


      Regards,

      Kate



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      #3

      Sreevastav

        Posted 17 Feb 2018

        kate.dulko, on 16 Feb 2018 - 05:05 PM, said:

        Hi Sreevastav,


        Thank you for your bug report and for bringing this issue to our attention.


        I've added this to our backlog and our developers will work on solving this issue and back an ability to deploy changes in Permission sets.

        This is caused by moving the IDE to the Salesforce API version 41. Soon we are going to update TWS to support the recently released 42 version of API, and we will work on the issue in a frame of these changes.


        Regards,

        Kate

         Thank you Kate for quick response. Looking forward to the fix.






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