December 20, 2019 Critical Update

Starting January 1, 2020 Salesforce users without the Customize Application permission can read custom settings using APIs that are provided by Salesforce. This access will be revoked as part of a critical update. Click here for the official release from Salesforce. This will affect all users who need to access to the Payments and Events features.

In the next release coming out on January 21st, we will have Blackthorn's custom settings enabled in all Blackthorn managed permission sets. However, since Salesforce is automatically updating this prior to our release, please the below instructions to update the setting.

Please enable Blackthorn custom settings or enable all settings.

Enabling Blackthorn Custom Settings

Update Profiles

  1. Navigate to all profiles of users that use the Blackthorn Payments and Events apps.
  2. Scroll down to Custom Settings definitions.
  3. Click edit.
  4. Include all below custom settings:
    Payments customers - all bt_stripe settings
    Events customers - all bt_stripe and conference360 settings.

Create a custom permission set

  1. Create a custom permission set.
  2. Navigate to the Custom Settings definitions.
  3. Click edit.
  4. Include all below custom settings:
    Payments customers - all bt_stripe settings
    Events customers - all bt_stripe and conference360 settings.

Enabling All Custom Settings

Update Profiles

  1. Navigate to all profiles of users that use the Blackthorn Payments and Events apps.
  2. Edit the profile.
  3. Go to the Administrative Permissions section.
  4. Check the View All Custom Settings.

Create a custom permission set

  1. Create a custom permission set.
  2. Navigate to the System Permissions section.
  3. Check the View All Custom Settings field.
  4. Assign this permission set to all users using the Blackthorn Payments and Events apps.

Enabling Blackthorn Custom Settings

If you have any questions please [reach out to support.](https://www.blackthorn.io/contact-support

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December 20, 2019 Critical Update


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