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Aria for Salesforce Requirements

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Requirements

The following requirements must be met to install Aria for Salesforce. Refer to Salesforce help documentation for Salesforce-specific requirements, such as supported browsers. 

Disable Advanced Currency Management

If currency management is enabled on an Aria for Salesforce organization, it does not affect the application installation. However, if Advanced Currency Management (ACM) is also enabled, then the ACM must be disabled before installing the application. ACM can be re-enabled after the installation is complete.  

Confirm Salesforce Limits

All Salesforce feature and product editions have limits that restrict the number of applications, objects, and tabs that can be used. Prior to installing Aria for Salesforce, check the current usage and usage limits in Salesforce to determine if the target usage balance count is sufficient enough for a successful installation.

If you are installing the application, and the usage count in the target instance exceeds the maximum permissible limit, Salesforce may not allow the application to be installed. Refer to the usage count chart below to reference Salesforce resources used by the application.

Resources that are used by the Aria for Salesforce app that influence the limits in Salesforce are categorized below as Standard Object Usage limits and System Usage limits.

Standard Object Usage

System Usage

Item

Account

Opportunity

Quote

Item

Usage

Custom Fields

63

27

20

Custom Tabs

5

Custom Relationship Fields

2

0

0

Custom Objects

59

Active Lookup Filters

2

0

0

Custom Settings

2

Active Validation Rules

0

0

0

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