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I have a managed package which has a custom metadata type. My package has default records in that custom metadata type. The custom metadata has been set to have a visibility of Public.

Custom Metadata Type Configuration

Also, those records that have been created have been set to NOT be a protected component.

Custom Metadata Record

But, when I deploy the package to a sandbox I am not able to change the defaulted values. (I am a Sys Admin)

Cannot Change Cusotm Metadata Value!!

What am I doing wrong? I was under the impression that if the custom metadata type was public and the records are not protected then anybody should be able to update the fields.

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There is one more variable called Field Manageability on the fields. It has three options

  • Only the package developer (via package upgrade)
  • Any user with the Customize Application permission (managed package upgrades won't overwrite the value)
  • No one

If you choose only the package developer then you can only edit it. Similarly if you chose No one then no one can edit it.

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    yes. This looks to be it. Both the fields are set to "Upgradable" and should read "Subscriber editable" – Tom Ansley May 15 at 19:45
  • Is there a way of changing this now that the package has been released? Or am I stuck with two fields I can no longer use? – Tom Ansley May 15 at 19:46
  • help.salesforce.com/…. You cannot check here if you released it. – Mohith Shrivastava May 15 at 19:49

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