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Salesforce support told us that this is an error in the documentation, which they will correct. The "checkPermission" method inside a managed package will only be able to verify the custom permissions of the package itself. To get around this, you need to implement the "workaround" solution with 2 queries. I don't fully agree with this choice/answer, but ...


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Per the CustomPermission object documentation's special access rules section, one of these 4 permissions is required after the Spring '20 release. Special Access Rules As of Spring '20 and later, only users who have one of these permissions can access this object: View Setup and Configuration Manage Session Permission Set Activations ...


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