Attaching debug logs in Salesforce without permission

Posted on 09-01-2014 07:09 by graham
In Salesforce, you can add debug log tracking for your user by going to Logs | Debug Logs, then selecting your user and clicking add. However, if you are not System Administrator, you may not have this permission. But there is a workaround. All you need to do is call the following URL:{YOUR-USER-ID}&user_logging=true

substituting YOUR-USER-ID for your real user ID.


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