"It’s finally here! We’re announcing the end of life (EOL) of permissions on profiles that will be the Spring ’26 release. Over the next few weeks, you will see the official announcement come out." https://admin.salesforce.com/blog/2023/permissions-updates-learn-moar-spring-23
[quote="Eric"]announcement come out[/quote] Аллилуя:) Вот некоторые обрадуются:)
ну супер! [b]What will remain on a profile[/b] [list] One-to-one relationships—login hours/IP ranges Defaults—record types, apps Page layout assignment—The future is App Builder/Dynamic Forms so we will not invest in bringing page layout assignment to permission sets. [/list] [b]What will be available only on permission sets after EOL[/b] [list] User permissions (system and app permissions) Object permissions (object Create, Read, Update, and Delete [CRUD]) Field permissions (field-level security [FLS]) Tabs Record types (not defaults) Apps (not defaults) Connected app access Apex classes Visualforce pages Custom permissions [/list] [b]How can I migrate users profiles to permission sets and permission set groups?[/b] User Access Policies is a feature we have in Closed Beta (as of Spring ‘23) that will allow you to specify criteria about your users—either user attribute or entitlement based—to help you migrate your users. If you would like to participate in the Closed Beta for user access policies please fill out this form. [list] Will I be able to turn off the ability to use permissions on profiles before the official EOL once I have completed the migration? [/list] Yes! We are targeting the Spring ’24 release for this.