Salesforce setup begins after Valorx Managed Package is installed from AppExchange. This is standard AppExchange package and Salesforce Admins should be able to install it in Sandbox or Production Orgs.
Once Valorx package is installed, Salesforce Admins can proceed to the below setup steps: 1. Assign Licenses to Users 2. Configure Valorx User Access: Design Studio or Runtime 3. Assign Permission Sets
Salesforce Admins should be able to provision licenses to the users who require Valorx access. On the setup → installed packages, find the Valorx package. Against the Valorx package, click on Manage Licenses. Assign licenses to the users who would use Valorx (both Design Studio and Runtime).
As a part of our managed package, we ship a field on the User object called Valorx User Access (see image below). This can control user’s access level using this picklist. There are 3 Access levels available: Design Studio, Runtime + Express Mode and Runtime Only.
Valorx ships with 3 standard permission sets. Admin, Design Studio and Runtime + Express Mode (see image below). These permission sets provide different levels of access to Valorx package components.
Most end users would require Runtime + Express Mode permission set.
Assign Design Studio permission set to folks who need to design and promote apps. This permission set includes everything includes in Runtime + Express Mode permission set.
Admin permission set controls Valorx User Access field on the User object. Valorx User Access controls user’s access levels in the Valorx client. Admin permission set does not include Runtime or Design Studio permissions.