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What access would a junction object have if one master object has read-write access while the other master object has read access through the sharing rules with organization-wide defaults private for both master objects?

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  • If I am not wrong, there is the primary relationship and this relationship is responsible by the sharing level.
    – m Peixoto
    Commented Apr 17, 2019 at 10:38
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    Yes, I think it is defined by the Primary relationship of Master-Detail Relationship on junction object. The first relationship you create, that's the Primary, the second one is Secondary. More details here: help.salesforce.com/… Commented Apr 17, 2019 at 12:38

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The Junction Object (Child) will inherit sharing settings from it's primary Master, the one which was associated first to it.

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The right answer is least permissive will win

Lets say Object A is a Junction between B and C

If the User have Public RW on B and No Access on C

Access on Object A will be No Access

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  • can you confirm this with documentation
    – devforce
    Commented Apr 19, 2022 at 8:11

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