You have to add the profile to the "Members" section of the community.
In setup, click on the community and go to workspaces
Select the administration workspace
Click on the members tab on the left
Add the profile. (You may have to first select the External users from the dropdown on this page)
Make sure to click "Save."
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You can implement a lightning tab`s CSS classes.
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The only way I can think to accomplish this, and I have no way of guaranteeing this will work, is to:
Configure the URL to point directly to SecureAuth login url
Configure SecureAuth to redirect to your community whether or not they are currently logged in (bypass login screen at this stage)
Configure the login link to push back to SecureAuth, maybe to a ...
Your download link doesn't work, because your user doesn't have access to file or your link is not correct.
1) To build correct link use this code:
String fileDownloadUrl = URL.getSalesforceBaseUrl().toExternalForm() + '/sfc/servlet.shepherd/document/download/' + contentDocument.Id + '?operationContext=S1';
2) If user don't have access to file. (You can ...
This will not send any emails to Community users. The records are simply replicated into your partial sandbox and the user's email will appended with .invalid.
Contact emails will not be changed, however, so those will need to be updated if you have any workflows or processes that may email them. Email Deliverability is set to "System Email Only" ...
After a lot of troubleshooting, we found out that the issue was with the community permission for users. Since the community user was not permitted to see other users, the trigger was unable to assign the case owner as the internal user(because before trigger checks all the permissions and FLS)
To resolve the issue, go to Setup > Sharing Setting and check ...