I am using the query editor. Consider the following query:

SELECT RecordId, HasDeleteAccess FROM UserRecordAccess
WHERE UserId = '005J0000006QnWhIAK'
AND RecordId IN ('00UJ000000AZUulMAH','00UJ000000AZUvRMAX')

When using multiple record ids the query returns wrong results:

00UJ000000AZUulMAH, HasDeleteAccess, false
00UJ000000AZUvRMAX, HasDeleteAccess, false

If I run the same query run with one recordId at a time (even while still using the IN operator) it returns true for both records.

  • Just try to do like this SELECT RecordId, HasDeleteAccess FROM UserRecordAccess WHERE RecordId IN ('00UJ000000AZUulMAH','00UJ000000AZUvRMAX') AND UserId = '005J0000006QnWhIAK' – Pavan tej Oct 9 '17 at 14:02
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    Apart from inverting the 2 WHERE params, what difference should it make? Anyway I had already tried without success. – shillem Oct 9 '17 at 14:03
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    Yeah I can reproduce this behavior. Looks like a bug. There doesn't yet appear to be a Known Issue for it. You should log a case. – Adrian Larson Oct 9 '17 at 16:49
  • I have run into this issue as well, really hope somebody comes up with a solution! – sv-alex Jan 19 '18 at 16:58

I had the same issue recently. All the code examples I found on Internet were using the method that was valid before API version 30.

In the documentation I've found a new way of receiving info about UserRecordAccess: https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.212.0.object_reference.meta/object_reference/sforce_api_objects_userrecordaccess.htm

Following the Docs your code should call this query:

SELECT Id, UserRecordAccess.HasDeleteAccess 
FROM YourObjectName__c
WHERE Id IN ('00UJ000000AZUulMAH','00UJ000000AZUvRMAX')
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  • Nice observation. Unfortunately the query doesn't work with all objects. I needed to execute it on Event ids but Event is not contemplated. – shillem Apr 4 '18 at 12:52

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