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While listening to video "Sharing and Visibility With Salesforce" from Salesforce Apex Hours youtube channel at time 20:14, I have seen a slide where it is stated that a Territory can be an owner of a record. However, I cannot find such information in the documentation. When I try to execute the following code

update new Account(Id='0011s00000PMq1tAAD',
OwnerId='0MI1s0000000No5GAE');

I receive an error

{
  "column": "1",
  "compileProblem": "",
  "compiled": "true",
  "exceptionMessage": "System.DmlException: Update failed. First exception on row 0 with id 0011s00000PMq1tAAD; first error: FIELD_INTEGRITY_EXCEPTION, Owner ID: id value of incorrect type: 0MI1s0000000No5GAE: [OwnerId]",
  "exceptionStackTrace": "AnonymousBlock: line 1, column 1",
  "line": "1",
  "success": "false"
}

Do I miss any configuration setting or is this statement is completely wrong? Does it work only with Territory 1.0? Does it work only with specific objects?

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The statement is wrong, an owner can only be a user or a queue. And queues cannot be the owner of all types of objects.

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