The table below explains the Entity Permission attributes. 

NameDescription
Name

The descriptive name of the record. This field is required.

Entity Name

The logical name of the entity that is to be secured or that will define the Contact Relationship or Parent Relationship in order to secure a related entity on a child permission. This field is required.

Scope

One of the following:

  • Global - Grant privileges to the entity record without any requirement for an owner (contact).
  • Contact - Grant privileges to the entity record that has a direct relationship to an owner (contact).
  • Account - Grant privileges to the entity record that has a relationship to an account, which serves as the owner, assuming that the account is the parent customer of the contact.
  • Parent - Grant privileges to the entity record through the chain of its parent permissions' relationships.

This field is required.

Contact Relationship Required only if Scope = Contact. The schema name of the relationship between contact and the entity specified by the Entity Name field.
Parent Relationship Required only if a Parent Entity Permission is assigned. The schema name of the relationship between the entity specified by the Entity Name field and the entity specified by the Entity Name field on its Parent Entity Permission.
Parent Entity Permission Requires only if Scope = Parent. The parent Entity Permission.
Read Privilege that controls whether the user can read a record.
Write Privilege that controls whether the user can update a record.
Create Privilege that controls whether the user can create a new record. The right to create a record for an entity type does not apply to an individual record, but instead to a class of entities.
Delete Privilege that controls whether the user can delete a record.
Append Privilege that controls whether the user can attach another record to the specified record. 
The Append and Append To access rights work in combination. Every time that a user attaches one record to another, the user must have both rights. For example, when you attach a note to a case, you must have the Append access right on the note and the Append To access right on the case for the operation to work.
Append To Privilege that controls whether the user can append the record in question to another record. 
The Append and Append To access rights work in combination. For more information, see the description for Append.