Enable Code Builder to provide the permissions needed to install the Code Builder managed package in a supported Salesforce edition.
Available in: Lightning Experience in Enterprise, Performance, Professional, and Unlimited Editions.
Not Available in: EU Operating Zone. EU Operating zone is a special paid offering that provides an enhanced level of data residency commitment. Code Builder is supported in orgs in the EU that aren’t part of EU OZ, per standard product terms and conditions.
Enable and Install Code Builder
To install Code Builder in a Professional Edition org, the org must have API access. If you attempt to install Code Builder in a Professional Edition org without API access, an installation error occurs. Contact your Account Executive to request the API add-on.
Note: Turning on Code Builder in Government Cloud Plus organizations can send data outside the authorization boundary. Contact your Salesforce account executive for more details.
From Setup, enter Code Builder in the Quick Find box, then select Code Builder.
Enable Code Builder, and then review and accept the license agreement, which allows you to install the package.You can disable the preference at any time. If Code Builder is already installed, disabling the preference prevents access to the Code Builder application.
Click Install Package. After the installer launches, you’re guided through the installation process to install the latest version of the Code Builder managed package. You can come back to this Setup page to reinstall or upgrade the package.
Select Install for All Users, and then click Install.
Approve third-party access and click Continue.
Code Builder Dashboard in now available in App Launcher. Be sure to assign the appropriate Code Builder permission sets to team members.
Confirm Code Builder Package Installation
When installation is complete, you receive a confirmation email. You can confirm the installation on the Installed Packages Setup page.
From Setup, enter
Installed Packages in the Quick Find box, then select Installed Packages. You see an entry for Code Builder that looks something like this. If you get the message that the app is taking a long time to install, you get automatically redirected to this page after you click Done.
Add Team Members as Users in the Code Builder Org
Add any team members who aren’t already users in the Code Builder org:
- Log in to the Code Builder org.
- From Setup, enter
Usersin the Quick Find box, then select Users.
- Click New User or Add Multiple Users.
- Select the appropriate license type and profile based on the user’s role.
- Select the Generate passwords and notify user via email checkbox.
- Click Save.
Note: This procedure generates an email inviting the new users into the org. But until you’re finished setting up Code Builder, there’s not much for them to do in the org. We recommend that you let your team know that you’re setting up Code Builder and to wait until they hear from you before logging in.
As an admin, assign user permissions:
- From Setup, enter
Permission Set Groupsin the Quick Find box, then select Permission Set Groups.
- Click CodeBuilderGroup.
- Click Manage Assignments
- Click Add Assignments.
- Select the checkboxes next to the names of the users to assign the permission set group, and click Next.
- Click Assign.
Your users can now go to the App Launcher and launch Code Builder.
Upgrade to the Latest Code Builder Version
In most cases, you don’t have to do anything to upgrade to the latest version of the Code Builder. When we release a new package version, we update your org automatically.
However, sometimes the push upgrade doesn’t work. If you don’t have the latest version, we recommend that you manually install the package through the Code Builder Setup page. If a newer version doesn’t exist, the package installer informs you that you already have the latest version.