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After significant testing, I can confirm Salesforce uses the Standard User Profile to fill in the gaps when you create a profile with "incomplete" metadata.


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It is driven from the FLS of the User on the object changing. See Change Data Capture Developer Guide - Field-Level Security. Change Data Capture respects your org’s field-level security settings. Delivered events contain only the fields that a subscribed user is allowed to view. Before delivering a change event for an object, the subscribed user’s field ...


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Salesforce simply doesn't grant any permissions - i.e. not even read access - for objects and fields not otherwise specified. Remember the mantra of least privilege that Salesforce espouse: Following the Principle of Least Privilege, give users the lowest level of user rights (access to read/write data) that they need to do their job This is exactly what ...


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All Profiles are also stored as PermissionSet records that can be identified by the IsOwnedByProfile boolean field. This is how the Permission Model is handled behind the scenes to reference all user permissions in one place. The IsCustom field shows you whether it's a custom or standard Profile. Note: Profiles are still tracked in the profile-meta.xml files....


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On the profile, there's actually a Permissions*PermissionName* field for each permission that you can query against. It's using the field's API name. In this case, you're interested in Modify all Data so the following SOQL gives you that SELECT ID,Name FROM Profile WHERE PermissionsModifyAllData = TRUE In terms of permission names, you can refer to this ...


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Here is the link to salesforce Permissionset object. ctrl+f required permission name. https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/atlas.en-us.sfFieldRef.meta/sfFieldRef/salesforce_field_reference_PermissionSet.htm


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