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If i am having a User as a OverageHighVolumeCustomerPortal profile, it contains the Contact Lookup field. If i clicks the Contact Lookup then it throws the error like this:

Insufficient Privileges You do not have the level of access necessary to perform the operation you requested. Please contact the owner of the record or your administrator if access is necessary.

I check all profile access level OWD,fieldsecurity,Object settings,Systempermissions everything is fine but it throw the error like this it doesn't it show the user related contact record.How to resolve this one?

Regards Venkat

  • Maybe a standard Contact page was overriden with a Visualforce page and you have no access to that page? – Sergej Utko Jan 16 '14 at 9:46
  • Might be sharing-related. Can you follow the steps I've described in salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/23675/… ? – eyescream Jan 16 '14 at 9:47
  • Thanks for your reply @mastOr, i assign the visualforce page&apex class access for the profile but it shows the same issue.. – Venkatsforce Jan 16 '14 at 10:01
  • Thanks for your reply @eyescream , am use to the view the user related contact record through Systemadministrator,here for BusinessAccount it show the Contact record but the User related with PersonAccount record is getting some issues..Is any other ways to resolve this.. – Venkatsforce Jan 16 '14 at 10:13
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So it's not a real contact, it's a person account (means you have Contact OWD set to "Controlled by parent")...

Still, same logic as described in my comment applies - click the [Sharing] button, expand the list and check if that user is present on the list for that record.

If he isn't - you'll have to fix sharing by doing any of these:

  • changing OWD for Accounts to Public Read Only or better
  • creating a sharing rule
  • making him owner of that person account
  • adding an entry in AccountShare table (in UI it's under the Sharing button) or making him an Account Team Member
  • if the view page is overridden with visualforce page + controller - you could try using "without sharing" in the class definition.

Pick carefully, the first 3 solutions can have huge impact on your organization's data visibility.

  • Thanks for your reply @eyescream , i am admin user i want to see the personcontact which is assoicated with customer portal user,i click on that personaccount record and click on the sharing button and i can see the admin userid in the Expand list.. – Venkatsforce Jan 16 '14 at 10:40
  • Of course you will be there. But is that user (the one that is getting the insufficient priviledges error) there? – eyescream Jan 16 '14 at 10:42
  • Thanks @eyescream ,i have another DevSandbox in there Expand list of Personaccount not have the Portaluser name that DevSandbox is working fine. In FullSandbox not only one user every Customer Portal Users(PersonAccount) having the same problem.. can you kindly help on this.. – Venkatsforce Jan 16 '14 at 10:53
  • Are you sure he's not there by hitting "more rows per page" or filters on first letter of the name? Are organization-wide defaults, sharing rules etc same across these 2 sandboxes? The VF page that shows contacts is with same "with/without sharing" access modifier? What if you take that user and try to go non-overridden page: /{contactId}?nooverride=1? Is he logged in to the portal? And assigned to that account (help.salesforce.com/…). Running out of ideas here ;) – eyescream Jan 16 '14 at 11:09
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    Then check setup audit trail, maybe somebody modified the VF page. Maybe the critical update for unescaped HTML markup was activated? – eyescream Jan 16 '14 at 11:33

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