I am creating a package. I have did a mistake and that mistake is Object that i have created starts with 00000. But my logically it should have been started with 00001. But now I am not able to change the starting point of the record in package.

So my solution was to run an post install script insert the 00000 th record and then hard delete the same.

I tried it alos anhere is my code

global with sharing class PostInstallHandler implements InstallHandler
    global void onInstall(InstallContext context) 
        if(context.previousVersion() == null) { 
                Settings__c scSettings= new Settings__c();
                insert scSettings;
                delete scSettings;
                //Delete records from recycle bin.
                List<Id> toDelete = new List<Id>{scSettings.id};
                }catch(exception e){

But when i try to install package following error is thrown Insufficient Privileges

You do not have the level of access necessary to perform the operation you requested. Please contact the owner of the record or your administrator if access is necessary.

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    From recyclt bean you can not delete the record during postinstallscript. as in that case package name is known as owner of that record . only logged-in user can delete.
    – Ankuli
    May 15 '15 at 11:54
  • Thanks for the reply Ankuli, Is their any another approch to solve this problem. May 15 '15 at 13:52
  • I have removed code which deletes record from recycle bean, but getting the same error. Is it that we are not able to delete records in post install script? May 28 '15 at 12:00

Try to remove the with sharing of your class

global class PostInstallHandler implements InstallHandler{ ... }
  • I haven't understood how this can help me, sharing rules for the current user are not enforced if we do not use with sharing. Can you please explain.... May 28 '15 at 10:58
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    This post install apex script runs under a "ghost user" and removing the with sharing you would allow the user View and Modify all data and also. @bigassforce did an amazing research on this topic: salesforce.stackexchange.com/questions/32607/… May 30 '15 at 16:34

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