Scoping Rules and Restriction Rules

Scoping Rules:

Scoping Rules enhances your users’ productivity by reducing noise and unnecessary searches. It is a Beta service that let you control the default records that your users see based on criteria that you select. Scoping rules do not restrict the record access that your users already have. Your users can still use all records that they have access to.

Available in: Lightning Experience in Performance and Unlimited editions.

Does Scoping Rules Affect User Access?

Scoping rules allows you to enable and disable them on a query-by-query basis and they don’t even restrict the access that your users have to records.

How Scoping Rules works with Salesforce feature?

Feature Description
List Views Applied in Lightning Experience if “Filter by scope” is selected.
Lookups Applied in Lightning Experience.
Reports Applied in reports in Lightning Experience if “Filter by scope” is selected.
Search Applied in Lightning Experience.
SOQL Applied, unless a scope is specified.
SOSL Applied, except for “USING ListView=” clause

 

How Scoping Rules are configured?

Scoping Rules are created and managed by using either Restriction Rule Tooling API object or Metadata API type. There’s no UI for configuring scoping rules yet.

Restriction Rules:

Restriction rules enhance security by allowing certain users to access only specified records. Restriction Rules permits the users to see only the records necessary to them that helps in securing the data and increasing the productivity.

Available in: Lightning Experience in Enterprise, Performance, Unlimited, and Developer editions.

Do other Sharing settings get affected by Restriction Rules?

Yes, other sharing settings get affected after applying restriction rules. When a restriction rule is applied to a user, the data that they had read access to via your sharing settings is further scoped to only records matching the recordFilter.

How Restriction Rules are configured?

Restriction Rules are created and managed in Setup or using Tooling API or Metadata API. There is a limit to create restriction rules per object which is up to two in Enterprise and Developer Editions and up to five in Performance and Unlimited Editions.

 

 

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