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I have a checkbox in a custom object in an un-managed package. I will set it to editable in the profile, but read only on a page layout. My logic sets it to ‘true’ within the app. Procedurally, the customer/user will need to reset it to false outside of the app.

When it becomes a managed app:

1) Will the user be able to write an apex trigger to reset it to false? 2) Can the user write a workflow on my custom object?

  • Both options are possible. Triggers and flows run in system context – kurunve Jun 28 '17 at 16:06
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Yes, subscribers can always create workflow rules, triggers, and flows that access managed package fields and objects.

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  • To test the trigger, I'm executing an update in Execute Anonymous. My test works on standard objects (Contact), but it doesn't recognize my custom object (Project). List<Project> projs = [SELECT Id FROM Project Where Project.PT_PIPROJ__PI_Outbound_Msg_Sent__c = True]; for(Project project :projs){ Project.PT_PIPROJ__PI_Outbound_Msg_Sent__c = False; } update projs; – Boots Jun 29 '17 at 19:45
  • @Stan The names use the __ notation, as NS__Object__c or NS__Field__c. – sfdcfox Jun 29 '17 at 20:08
  • Thanks! I've changed the code (below). I now get the error: 'Invalid character in identifier: PI_SFINT__Project__c'. Part of my problem is that I don't know what line 2 is doing. Can you translate it for me? for(PI_SFINT__Project__c PI_SFINT__Project__c :projs){ ? Here's the fully modified code. List<PI_SFINT__Project__c> projs = [SELECT Id FROM PI_SFINT__Project__c Where PI_SFINT__PI_Outbound_Msg_Sent__c = True]; for(PI_SFINT__Project__c PI_SFINT__Project__c :projs){ PI_SFINT__Project__c.PI_SFINT__PI_Outbound_Msg_Sent__c = False; } update projs; – Boots Jun 29 '17 at 20:54
  • @Stan identifiers can't have double underscores in them. PI_SFINT__Project__c project would be better. – sfdcfox Jun 29 '17 at 21:00

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