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You use either the Web Server OAuth Flow or User-Agent OAuth Flow. When a user first clicks "Accept" to allow the connection when logging in, the org for which they logged in to will automatically "install" the Connected App so that administrators can allow/block it and alter security settings. There is nothing you need to do as a ...


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I noticed that in this existing rule, Profile B is also mentioned which is wrong. So it was something like - AND($Profile.Name <> "Profile B",NOT($Permission.Bypass_AccountCreationValidation),ISNEW()) which I missed to notice. I removed $Profile.Name <> "Profile B" from this validation rule and everything is now working as ...


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Please refer this link,Your form factor must be enable for mobile also https://developer.salesforce.com/docs/component-library/documentation/en/lwc/lwc.use_config_form_factors


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Your visibility filter on the component is probably not set to have it show on the mobile app. It should be set to "Device not equal to desktop" to show on mobile. You should read through the Lightning App Builder Considerations article. Specifically this: Component Visibility Rules If a visibility filter assigns a component to “Device equals ...


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The details of how to request access to the REST API in Professional Edition orgs is found here: Accessing the REST API in Group and Professional Editions If you have not heard back on your partner support case requesting access, add a comment to your case and request a status update.


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You can also try creating a visualforce page/Tab and add your component to that page using lightning:outApp.


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Salesforce retired the mobile web experience with the Summer '20 release. You can read the Knowledge Article here. As per now I do not think that you are able to test your developments emulating the mobile app on Chrome/SF1 Simulator, even though they said that simulator builds of the Salesforce mobile app would be available to download. Best regards!


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Yes, you're right. Salesforce retired the mobile web experience with the Summer '20 release. You can read the Knowledge Article here. As per now I do not think that you are able to test your developments emulating the mobile app on Chrome, even though they said that simulator builds of the Salesforce mobile app would be available to download. Best regards!


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