Salesforce Object Level Security provides the simplest way to control data access. It prevents a user or group of users from creating, viewing, editing, or deleting any records of an object by setting permissions on that object.
There are two ways of setting object permissions:
It determines the objects a user can access and the permissions a user has on any object record.
It provides additional permissions and access settings to users.
Profile is a collection of settings and permissions that determine which data and features in the platform users have access to.
Settings determine what users can see for example apps, tabs, fields, and record types whereas Permission determine what users can do for example create or edit records of a certain type, run reports and customize the app.
Profiles are typically defined by a user’s job function but anything that makes sense in an organization can be created as a profile. The platform includes a set of standard profiles. Each of the standard profiles includes a default set of permissions for all of the standard objects available on the platform.
Some of them are:
Standard User profile has Read, Edit, and Delete permissions to most standard objects.
Read-only user had permissions exactly similar to standard user but limits the access to read-only.
Permissions of Standard User+ Additional Permissions.
Permissions of Standard User + Additional Permissions.
The System Administrator profile has the widest access to data and the greatest ability to configure and customize Salesforce. The System Administrator profile also includes two special permissions namely “View All Data” and “Modify All Data”.
When a custom object is created most profiles except those with modify all data permission do not give access to that custom object.
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