I have a component that is not showing on Community Builder.My managed package app has a component and one of our customers has an issue where we cannot see the Lightning Component in the Community Builder >> Custom Components. I am wondering if that could be permission?

Here are the things that I have verified.

1 - In the component I have set forceCommunity:availableForAllPageTypes.

<aura:component implements="forceCommunity:availableForAllPageTypes" access="global" controller="XXXComponentController" >

2 - The Customer has deployed the Domain to users.

3 - We can see other components on Community Builder >> Custom Components(Those components are all created manually not from managed package).

4 - If I install the same app version in a new org, I can see the component.

My questions are: 1 - Is there any Permission Set that I need to set? 2 - Is there anything else I could check? 3 - If I enable the Debug mode, which information I should look for in the console?

Thank you in advance!

3 Answers 3


I created a new version and I pushed to the customer again, and seems to solve the issue, somehow it shows the component in his org. Thank you for all the answers.

Updated on: 2019-09-27
Another way to solve this issue is to compile all the Apex classes.


The only thing I see missing is number three here. (Configure Components for Lightning Pages and the Lightning App Builder)

"3. Add a Design Resource to Your Component Bundle"

Other than that your description sounds about right and I can't think of anything else without looking at it.

  • Thank you for answering, yes, I have the Design Resource. =) This component shows fine in my test org, dev org, my test enterprise hub org. Dec 5, 2017 at 14:49

Have you make your Component as Global Component? If you want your component to be visible in managed package org then you need to make component global.

<aura:component access="global">
  • Hi Manjot, thanks for answering, yes, I have that. Dec 5, 2017 at 18:54

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