I am getting the following warning in the console even though my component is marked as access="global". This makes no sense to me. Is it possibly an issue with the debugger?

These are the warnings I get in the console whenever I click the checkbox.

WARNING: Access Check Failed! Component.getEvent():'click' of component 'markup://ui:inputCheckbox {22:37;a}' is not visible to ....

WARNING: Access Check Failed! AttributeSet.get(): attribute 'disableDoubleClicks' of component 'markup://ui:inputCheckbox {22:37;a}' .....

aura_proddebug.js:14495 WARNING: Access Check Failed! Component.getEvent():'change' of component 'markup://ui:inputCheckbox {22:37;a}'...

and this is the component code:

<aura:component access="global" implements="force:appHostable,flexipage:availableForAllPageTypes" controller="ListRacesController">
<aura:attribute name="races" type="Race__c[]"  />

<aura:handler name="init" value="{!this}" action="{!c.doInit}" />
<!-- key here is that the handler has no name attribute specified when dealing with application event -->
<aura:handler event="c:addToRaceList" action="{!c.handleAddToRaces}" />

<ltng:require styles="/resource/slds100/assets/styles/salesforce-lightning-design-system.min.css"/>
<div class="slds">
    <div class="slds-m-around--small slds-p-top--large">
        <div class="slds-card">
            <aura:iteration items="{!v.races}" var="race">
                <header class="slds-card__header">
                    <ui:outputText class="slds-text-heading--label" value="{!race.Name}" />
                <section class="slds-card__body">
                    <div class="slds-tile slds-hint-parent">
                        <p class="slds-tile__title slds-truncate">Race Type: 
                            <ui:outputText value="{!race.Type__c}" />
                        <p class="slds-truncate">Location: 
                            <ui:outputText value="{!race.Location__c}"/>
                        <p class="slds-truncate">Date/Time:
                            <ui:outputDateTime value="{!race.DateTime__c}" />
                        <p class="slds-truncate">Attended?
                            <ui:inputCheckbox value="{!race.Attended__c}" />
                        <p class="slds-truncate">Results: 
                            <ui:outputTextArea value="{!race.Results__c}"/>

2 Answers 2


Please provide the complete access check error message - the part after the ellipses is important.

BTW access="globa;" on your component has no bearing on these access check errors since they are about the things that are marked access= in ui:inputCheckbox.

  • Hi Doug, yes after the ellipses for all the messages it is just this: to 'markup://c:RaceTrackerApp {1:2;a}'. Which is the name of my container app, along with it's global ID. Apr 7, 2016 at 13:57
  • I understand what you are saying about how it is pointing to the ui:inputcheckbox as the problem, but that is not a component I have control over, which is why I was thinking this might be an issue with the debugger. Apr 7, 2016 at 14:02
  • Normally I would not care about a warning that does not affect anything, but this is code for a course I am designing for Pluralsight about Lightning and part of the course has us looking at the console for messages and these are showing up. I cannot just pretend that they are not there without having some kind of explanation for why. That was why I wanted to know if it was just a problem with the client side access checks as I saw in someone elses post about a similar issue. Thanks!!! Apr 7, 2016 at 14:10
  • Do you know whether this might have anything to do with the issue reported here: salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/105528/… Apr 7, 2016 at 21:49
  • Very likely the same issue - I'm going to ping the team/developer that owns the bug on the other thread again. Apr 9, 2016 at 11:50

This was happening to me when I had the lightning component debugger on. When I disabled the user from the lightning debugger, it went away. I hope it helps.

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