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Jiminny Salesforce Application Installation Steps
Jiminny Salesforce Application Installation Steps
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Written by Harry Hawkins
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Reminder from Salesforce - Only one person in your organization can install or upload a package at a time.

  1. Go directly to AppExchange.

  2. Browse to the Jiminny app to install.

  3. Click Get It Now on the solution’s listing page.

Note. Beta customers will be provided with a URL to download and install the package

For production environments, enter your username and password, read the user terms, select the I have read and agree... checkbox, and click Install.

For sandbox environments, complete the information in the form provided, and click Submit. This package is removed from your sandbox organization whenever you create a sandbox copy.

  1. Enter the requested information.

  2. If the package is password-protected, enter the password you received from Jiminny.

  3. Review the package items, and click Install.

Install for Admins Only

Specifies the following settings on the installing administrator’s profile and any profile with the Customize Application permission.

  • Object permissions—Read, Create, Edit, Delete, View All, and Modify All enabled

  • Field-level security—set to visible and editable for all fields

  • Apex classes—enabled

  • Visualforce pages—enabled

  • App settings—enabled

  • Tab settings—determined by the package creator

  • Page layout settings—determined by the package creator

  • Record Type settings—determined by the package creator

After installation, if you have Enterprise, Performance, Unlimited, or Developer Editions, set the appropriate user and object permissions on custom profiles as needed.

Install for All Users

Specifies the following settings on all internal custom profiles.

  • Object permissions—Read, Create, Edit, and Delete enabled

  • Field-level security—set to visible and editable for all fields

  • Apex classes—enabled

  • Visualforce pages—enabled

  • App settings—enabled

  • Tab settings—determined by the package creator

  • Page layout settings—determined by the package creator

  • Record Type settings—copied from admin profile

Once Installed please follow the Admin Configuration guide here.

Warnings and Disclaimers

If the solution is in a managed package, you can’t change certain Salesforce components after you install them. Managed packages also have a namespace prefix that is prepended to all uniquely named components, such as custom fields. For more information on namespace prefixes, see Register a Namespace Prefix.

To install a new version of a managed package, review the list of new items included in the upgraded package.

Some package items, such as validation rules or record types, don't display in the Package Item list but are included in the package and install with the other items. If there are no items in the Package Items list, the package contains only minor changes not recorded in the Package Items list.

  1. Review the API access that package components have been granted to ensure that they’re acceptable and, if they are, click Next. If they aren’t, click Cancel.

For more information, see About API and Dynamic Apex Access in Packages in Salesforce Help.

  1. When installing unmanaged packages, you can select Resolve Naming Conflicts Automatically.

When this option is selected, Salesforce changes the name of the component in the package being installed.

  1. In Enterprise, Unlimited, Performance, and Developer Editions, choose a security option, and click Next.

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