Tag: Named Credential

Difference Between Named Credential and External Credential in Salesforce

In today’s data-driven business landscape, seamless integration of various applications and services is paramount to streamline processes and improve efficiency. Salesforce, as a leading CRM platform, is no stranger to this requirement. Among the plethora of features it offers, Named and External Credentials are two key components that facilitate secure and efficient communication between Salesforce and external systems.

In this blog post, I will focus on the differences between Named and External Credentials in Salesforce, exploring their key features.

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Summer 23 Release | How To Add Named Credentials To Permission Set Using Principals

Salesforce Release is the process by which Salesforce updates its software platform to add new features, enhancements, and bug fixes. Salesforce releases typically occur three times a year, in spring, summer, and winter, and are named after the season in which they are released.

Each release includes a set of new features and improvements to existing features, which are designed to help users get more out of the platform. Salesforce also provides detailed release notes that outline the changes in each release, along with documentation and training materials to help users understand and adopt the new features.

In today’s blog, I am going to share a new change that is coming with Summer 23 Release. Salesforce is changing the way how you will add the external credential to your permission set. Before Summer 23, you will get an option to add a permission set right from your external credential page, but after Summer 23 release, you need to create the principals in your external credential. And then include the principal from your Permission Set page.

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