Site guest user receives a ISE when using schema describe on objects indirectly reference a lightning component

Site guest user receives a ISE when using schema describe on objects indirectly reference a lightning component

Apex , Sites ,

Last updated 9 days ago ·Reference W-5932550 ·Reported By 16 users

Fixed - Spring '19 Patch 17.0

Apex Schema.describeSObjects calls from site guest users fail when the object contains any kind of reference to a lightning component, even when the site guest user has full access to the object.

Note: This issue only applies to site guest users. Internal users or community users will not experience the same issue.

On a Lightning enabled org (with site licenses):
1. Create a new custom object, name it CustomObj1 (use all default options).

2. Create a new Site and configure guest user:
A. Enable and register site domain if needed.
B. Create new Site, name it MySite1 (use defaults, home page can be any existing page).
C. Once site is created, go to site details page, click the “Public Access Settings” button.
D. On the guest profile page, click Edit, and grant full CRUD on Custom Object Permissions section to CustomObj1.
E. Note and save the Profile ID (00e) for the guest user from the URL.

3. Open developer console to create new Apex test class. Use the following apex body, replace the 00e profile ID with the Id from step 2.e:

private class W5902525 {
public static testMethod void testRunAs() {
User u = [SELECT Id FROM User WHERE ProfileId='00exx000000ju5o'][0];
System.runAs(u) {
System.debug('Current User: ' + UserInfo.getUserName());
String obj = 'CustomObj1__c';
System.debug(Schema.describeSObjects(new List<String>{obj})[0]);

4. Run the W5902525.testRunAs test method created above. Note that the test should pass without issue.

5. Via Developer Console, create a new Lightning component, name it “MyLightningPage1”, use the following component body contents:
<aura:component implements="lightning:actionOverride" access="global" >

6. Go back to the CustomObj1 object definition page, scroll down to the “Buttons, Links, and Actions” section.
A. Find the New button and click Edit.
B. Under the “Lightning Experience Override” section, select “Lighting Component” and “c:MyLightingPage1”, Save.

7. Go back to the W5902525 test class and re-execute.

Currently, the only workaround is to not use Schema.describeSObjects or to remove the object's reference to the lightning component. In the case above, remove the lightning component override added in step 6 of the repro.

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