I trying build query: Start from AuthSession and go to User and then go to PermissionSet.

Maybe someone help me with query (SELECT Id FROM User.PermissionSetAssignment WHERE AssigneeId=:UserId AND PermissionSetId = 'xxxxxxx')

    (SELECT Id 
        AssigneeId=:UserId AND 
        PermissionSetId = 'xxxxxxx') 
    UserType = 'Customer Portal User'

Please lem me know if I wrong thinking.

  • Why would you add the [appcloud] tag to this question? It may deserve some tags in addition to [soql], but that one does not seem to have anything to do with what is being asked here.
    – Adrian Larson
    Commented Mar 27, 2018 at 5:00

2 Answers 2

  • You can't do a SOQL query on an object called "User.PermissionSetAssignment" because that doesn't exist.
  • There is no relationship between PermissionSetAssignment and AuthSession.
  • The field on AuthSession is UsersId, not UserId.

You will need to make separate queries and the join them using a map or a similar technique.

Set<Id> myUsers = new Set<ID>();
for(AuthSession a : [SELECT UsersId FROM AuthSession WHERE UserType = 'Customer Portal User']){

List<PermissionSetAssignment> PSAs = [SELECT Id FROM PermissionSetAssignment WHERE AssigneeId IN :myUsers AND PermissionSetId = 'xxxxxxx'];

That should work.


This query is one way to do it (assuming you don't have a User Id upfront that you want to filter by but instead want all the matching Users); replace the ? with the PermissionSet field names you want to access:

for (PermissionSetAssignment psa : [
        select Id, PermissionSet.?, PermissionSet.?, PermissionSet.?
        from PermissionSetAssignment
        where AssigneeId in (
                select UsersId
                from AuthSession
                where UserType = 'Customer Portal User'
        and PermissionSetId = 'xxxxxxx'
        ]) {
    PermissionSet ps = psa.PermissionSet;

This User, Sharing, and Permission Objects ERD is helpful as is this AuthSession documentation that includes the atypical field name of UsersId.

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