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There's no access to any standard or custom object, except for those related to Chatter and working with Scratch Orgs and Packages. It's meant to be a low-cost (free) way to add developers that don't need any standard CRM functionality. If you're hoping to model something like JIRA or a bugtracker in Salesforce, you'll need more than this license allows.


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If it was a Files access issue, your debug statements would still show up as the methods would be called before getting to the query. Since the logs do not show your debug statements, it's safe to pinpoint the issue to being the user accessing the method (and by extension class). Winter '21 had an update to restrict access to @AuraEnabled methods based on ...


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The 2GP package approach is a valid way to deliver tableaucrm assets, and other ISVs do it this way currently. I believe you should be able to deploy the package with the tcrm dashboards but wouldn’t be able to see or use them without tableau CRM licenses. This might require that the dashboards be in an analytics app template in the package, which is the ...


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IANAL. That said, the reading of the MSA seems to be pretty clear cut. As long as you're not charging for the use of the App, you're free to distribute such an app to your customers. This includes even accepting orders through the App; you're not charging for the app, you're accepting payment for the product or service. However, as the other Q&A mentions,...


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As you will be having only two licenses with Salesforce License you wont be able to assign this to more than 1 user. Because one is the system admin user which you might me using and other license is what you have assigned to user1.


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Is the customer looking to reduce the cost of access for these users? If so, a digital experience with customer users (Community licenses) may be the most cost effective from the access perspective, though it does have other costs such the development effort of the digital experience, any necessary sharing setup etc. An alternative, assuming CRM features are ...


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Unlocked packages do not need an ISV agreement for distribution, unlike Managed packages. You are free to distribute them without fees If you are charging (with fees) and using it for commercial purposes then yes you need that MSA (for charging make sure you are a partner to Salesforce as ISV or System Integrator). You cannot sell unlocked packages on ...


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You need to Configure and Install Sustainability Cloud in your org. Before installing the app verify that your org has the Sustainability Cloud permission set license. If it doesn’t, contact your account executive. Assign this permission set license to atleast one user. Install Sustainability Cloud from appexchange listed. Thanks


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Lightning Platform Starter is not a user license type, it's an org type. Use the orgType value of Professional to get an approximation of what you'll get in a Lightning Platform Starter org. Or, you can just sign up for a free 30 day trial and leave it when you're done. The trial is basically the same as the real thing, except you're limited to how many ...


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