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I am relatively new to salesforce and administration. I am trying to create a custom cloning button that checks against the user profile name.

I am using URL as content source.

if({$Profile.Name}="System Administrator") {
    /{!Opportunity.Id}/e?clone=1
}
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You are nearly there. Try this:

if('{!$Profile.Name}'=='System Administrator') {
    window.location = '/{!Opportunity.Id}/e?clone=1';
}

Note the differences

  • I am using the salesforce token evaluation syntax {!} around the !Profile.Name var. If you don't do this, it won't be evaluated by Salesforce.
  • Also, I have enclosed that whole expression in quotes - we are comparing strings.
  • Finally, I am using Javascript to redirect, so you need to use the window.location command to redirect.

This is tested and works for an onclick Javascript button.

  • If this worked for you, you can mark as accepted. – Caspar Harmer Apr 22 '15 at 22:13
  • @casper I tried the above but the button is taking me to e/?clone=1 – C0DEPirate Nov 5 '15 at 12:05
  • Check that you are in the opportunity context. Also check that you have correctly quoted the string. You can paste code snippet in a comment here if you like. – Caspar Harmer Nov 5 '15 at 20:58

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