Only SFDC Admins can see Drawer Contents

JustinJustin Member
edited December 2017 in Problems
I have a Drawer set up to pull the detail of a record, however, only SFDC system administrators can see the contents of the drawer.  All of our users are assigned to a SF permission set that allows them to view/edit these fields.  I did notice though that under the Skuid Viewer permission set these particular fields are not checked, but not editable either.  

Any suggestions?


  • Greg JarrettGreg Jarrett Member
    edited December 2017
    Hi Justin, Just ruling out the basic stuff here:

    - Have you tested visibility of the record(s) & specific fields with a standard (non-skuid) page layout?
    - Do users have access to the rest of the skuid page, excluding everything in the drawer?
    - Does your SF permission set give access to the visualforce page(s) running the skuid page?

    Let us know if none of that helps.

  • JustinJustin Member
    edited August 2015
    - Yes.  Our users can see the page through any normal non-Skuid page (read/edit)
    - Yes, they can see the rest of the page fine.  It is only the drawer that is failing.  The model of the table is a specific record type of a Task.  The Drawer then pulls up details from the parent object that the Task is related to.  They have access to both the Parent and the Task.
    - Yes, the Profile that is applied to the users has permission to see the VF page.  
  • JustinJustin Member
    edited August 2015
    I have included a screen shot of our setup as well as a more thorough description.  I am not sure if it is possible for the query to work for an admin but not a regular user for any reason other than a permissions issue.
    • Parent object - Jobs
    • Child object - Tasks
    • Table component references Tasks
    • Drawer Before Load: Activate & Set Jobs, JoIDName condition, Value {{WhatID}}
    • Query Model: Jobs, Get More
    • Components in Drawer: Model: Jobs, Context: as imaged below.
  • Greg JarrettGreg Jarrett Member
    edited December 2017
    It does sound like a permissions issue, because Admins are seeing the expected results.

    Does the permission set you've built enable visibility on the specific 'Record Id' field being passed into the query & context condition? (The Id field may not be rendered in the page, but it still needs to be visible to the browser if its going to be passed into a condition somewhere).

    Apart from that I'm a bit stumped on this one.
  • JustinJustin Member
    edited July 2017
    Interesting.  I created a few additional test pages and found something.  I am now receiving an error that states the following:

    There is an implementation restriction on OpenActivities. When you query this relationship, security evaluation is implemented for users who don't have administrator permissions, and only a single parent record may be evaluated. 

    An unexpected error has occurred. Your solution provider has been notified. (skuid)

  • Rob HatchRob Hatch Skuad ✭✭
    edited September 2016
    Here is some detail on the open activities issue.

    I think it is the reason for your problem. 

    I believe limiting the number of tasks requested in a single query will be sufficient to solve the problem 
  • JustinJustin Member
    edited July 2017
    Rob - Thank you that worked!  

    It was the same issue that was identified in the other post. There was a field called OpenActivities in one of the models.  However, I am fairly confident that I did not add this field to the model.  Did Skuid add this field due to multi object relationships of the drawer?
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