- Free Edition General Troubleshooting Steps
- Search Interface Does Not Return the Expected Results in the Coveo for Salesforce Pro or Enterprise Edition
- Enabling the Interface Editor in Your Salesforce Organization
- Coveo Search Page Fails to Load After Upgrade
- Insight Panel Refuses to Display
- Unable to Install the Coveo Lightning Component for Community Cloud
- Something Went Wrong Message When Selecting a Value in the Created By Facet
- Error When Adding or Accessing Coveo Components in a Lightning Community
- Error While Performing JWT Flow for the Requested User When Using Customer Community or Portal User With the Coveo for Salesforce Free Edition
- Filtering on NetworkScope Returns UnsupportedQueryExpressionException
- Getting a MALFORMED\_SEARCH Error When Selecting a Tab With the Coveo for Salesforce Free Edition
- Cannot See Values When Using an Existing Field in a Facet
- Unknown Page for the Current Site Configuration Error With Coveo Lightning Components
- Coveo Object Unavailable in Lightning Component
- The Feature is Not Activated for Your Organization
- The Search Token is Invalid in the Health Check Page
- An Unexpected Error Has Occurred In the Coveo Health Check Page After Deleting Coveo Cloud Organization
- Uncaught-DOMException-Failed-to-read-the-'responseText'-property-from-'XMLHttpRequest' Error Message When Using a Component
- Infinite Loading When Trying to Preview a Document in a Quick View
- Access Token Update Required
Enabling the Interface Editor in Your Salesforce Organization
The Coveo for Salesforce V2 package must have access to the API to allow the Interface Editor to operate. When you upgrade Coveo for Salesforce from a version prior to the March 2015 release, you must disable API restrictions to enable the Interface Editor.
You may get the following error message in the Apex code within a managed package when API restrictions are enabled:
Insufficient access; cannot execute Metadata operation with PAC enabled session id
Allow API Access to the Coveo for Salesforce V2 Package
- In Salesforce, access the Installed Package page.
In the Installed Package page, click the Coveo for Salesforce V2 link.
In the Coveo for Salesforce V2 (Managed) page, next to API Access, click Disable Restrictions.