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TBRinSFTBRinSF 

Help with error: "No such column 'npo02__Household__c' on entity 'Contact'"

I am working with a Non Profit client that has the NonProfit Starter Package installed.  When any user besides Sys Ad tries to edit a record in the Account Object (which is renamed 'Households' in their org), they see this message:

No such column 'npo02__Household__c' on entity 'Contact'. If you are attempting to use a custom field, be sure to append the '__c' after the custom field name. Please reference your WSDL or the describe call for the appropriate names. 
An unexpected error has occurred. Your solution provider has been notified. (npsp)


I'm a little bit at a loss here and certainly don't know much about modifying managed packages.  Thanks!
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TBRinSFTBRinSF
Thanks for the input RZ however the problem existed in a custom object from the SFDC Non Profit Starter managed package.  The deployment status was 'In Development' rather than 'Deployed.'  A small detail to ferret out but seems to have resolved the issue.

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R Z KhanR Z Khan
You need to give your user's access to the field throu field level security. Its probably a hiddne field so your users receive the error. Make it visible
TBRinSFTBRinSF
Thanks for the input RZ however the problem existed in a custom object from the SFDC Non Profit Starter managed package.  The deployment status was 'In Development' rather than 'Deployed.'  A small detail to ferret out but seems to have resolved the issue.
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R Z KhanR Z Khan
glad you were able to fix it. please mark the question as resolved
Kristin CaldwellKristin Caldwell
Which object did you have to change the deployment status for?