Permissions to Standard Objects, Custom Objects, and Fields
- Given a scenario, recommend the right level of object permissions needed to provide the appropriate access to a set of users.
- Given a scenario, recommend the correct level of field permissions needed to provide the appropriate access to a set of users.
- Given a scenario, recommend the appropriate mechanism to hide data at the user interface level.
- Given a scenario, determine the appropriate access controls to protect sensitive data (e.g. PCI, PII or HIPAA).
- Given a scenario, recommend the appropriate programmatic solution to ensure security settings are enforced.
Access to other Data
Access to Records
- Given a set of conditions, recommend the appropriate Organization Wide Defaults to restrict access to records.
- Given a set of conditions, recommend a solution that leverages the Role Hierarchy to support the Record Access requirements.
- Given a set of conditions, determine how Sharing rules can be implemented to support the record access requirements.
- Given a set of conditions, determine how groups can support the record access requirements.
- Given a set of conditions, determine how Teams can support the record access requirements.
- Given a set of conditions, determine the correct object relationships that support record access sharing requirements.
- Given a set of conditions, determine how programmatic sharing supports the record access requirements.
- Given a set of conditions, determine what sharing mechanism is appropriate to share records with External Users.
- Given a set of conditions, determine how Record Access Overrides support the record access requirements.
This course is very useful, I cleared the exam today, Scenarios are helped me a lot.
Hi Vignesh, Congratulations on clearing the SVA exam! We are thrilled to hear that our course has been incredibly useful to you. It’s fantastic to know that the scenarios provided in the course have played a significant role in your success. Your hard work and dedication have certainly paid off.
I passed on my first attempt. Thanks a lot 🙂
Great news, Steven! Congratulations!
Passed on the first attempt! Thank you!
Hi Aaron, Congratulations on passing Sharing and Visibility Architect exam on your first attempt! We’re thrilled for your success. Thank you for choosing the FoF.
I completed the Trailhead Trail by Salesforce, and then used FOF study guide and practice exams to really digest the information. And I passed on my first attempt!
Your material really goes above and beyond to be sure we really understand the concepts through and through. I love the scenarios and solutions – they are more robust than the exam questions – I was thinking through most of the exam, “I know this is the correct answer, but there is more to the solution than this!”
Thank you, thank you, thank you!
We are glad to be part of your journey, Corrie! Congratulations on clearing the exam, and thank you for sharing your experience!
I passed on my first attempt! Thank you FOF – this was a great study guide and the section quizzes and practice exams were very helpful.
Great news, Rebecca! Congratulations! We are thrilled to know that that materials helped! Cheers!
I used the study guide and practice questions as the main study material and passed on 1st attempt.
Thank you FOF for the great materials.
The study guide says “The list view can be made visible to the roles associated with the managers of the company, such as sales and support managers.”
But when creating a list view there is no option to assign list view to “roles”. I can see options for owner, groups and all users.
Hi Bala, many thanks for taking the time to leave feedback. While you can’t assign a list view directly to a role, the way to achieve this is by first creating a public group, and adding in the desired roles into the public group. You can then select that public group when creating a list view.
I will refer the slide for review, so that this required extra step is detailed.
Not sure what you both mean. I can definitely see Roles while creating a List View as well as when editing sharing setting of an existing List View.
Hi Joseph, many thanks for taking the time to reply to the earlier comments. I am not sure what was going on – whether there was some kind of temporary glitch, when the first comment was posted, I was puzzled as it was unexpected, and went to check in my developer org, and found I could also not see any role options for setting any list views, hence my response. Checking again now, of course roles are there as an option. But I did experience that same behaviour (no role option available for selection on a list view ) at the time – very odd.
So you are of course correct. Just some kind of weird temporary glitch.
Passed on 1st attempt. Thank You FOF team for the study guide.