I am trying to work with salesforce communities. The question is can I able to access custom object while I login as community partner user or community costumer user.I have enabled communities. Assigned profiles to the community. Assigned tabs and objects in community. But I am not able to see custom objects. Kindly let me know how to work with this issue.

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    You are trying to access by code or want to see tab on community page. – D-Horse Mar 26 '14 at 9:56
  • No Code i have written in it. I want to see tab on community Page. – Salesforcesupport Mar 26 '14 at 10:01
  • Hi, i know this is pretty old, but were you able to find a solution for this, I am playing around with a community but nothing is showing up, however when log in as admin it does show up my tabs – manza Oct 15 '18 at 1:07
  1. You need to create tabs of that object which you want to give Access on community.
  2. Give the accessbility of tabs and object on profile level.
  3. Go Your Name-->Setup-->Customize -->Community-->Manage Community. Then click on Edit link. Then a pop up will appear and then click on "Tabs nad Pages" tabs and add your tabs into seleted part.
  • I have already worked as you said still i dint get the custom object tab in community. – Salesforcesupport Mar 26 '14 at 10:27
  • Tab was not coming, So on profile have given the rights of tabs to user. On profile there is tab section (i think you know) where we can hide/off/on the tabs, have a look there.I think we are missing there. – D-Horse Mar 26 '14 at 10:39
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    It was also made to be visible on.I can see Tab if admin logs into community but i cant see tab if user logs into community. – Salesforcesupport Mar 26 '14 at 11:22

Check if your created custom object is in "Published" state or not. I face the same issue and after so much finding i found that my custom object was on in development state so it was only visible to me and not the parter users.

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