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Owd Settings In Salesforce

what is meant by owd settings and why we use can anyone explain me with example 
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Amit Chaudhary 8Amit Chaudhary 8

1) http://amitsalesforce.blogspot.com/2016/02/types-of-sharing-in-salesforce.html

1. Force.com Managed Sharing
Force.com managed sharing involves sharing access granted by Force.com based on record ownership, the role hierarchy, and sharing rules:
1.1 Record Ownership :- Each record is owned by a user or optionally a queue for custom objects, cases and leads. The record owner is automatically granted Full Access, allowing them to view, edit, transfer, share, and delete the record.
  • 1.2 Role Hierarchy :- The role hierarchy enables users above another user in the hierarchy to have the same level of access to records owned by or shared with users below. Consequently, users above a record owner in the role hierarchy are also implicitly granted Full Access to the record, though this behavior can be disabled for specific custom objects. The role hierarchy is not maintained with sharing records. Instead, role hierarchy access is derived at runtime. For more information, see “Controlling Access Using Hierarchies” in the Salesforce online help.
  • 1.3 Sharing Rules :-Sharing rules are used by administrators to automatically grant users within a given group or role access to records owned by a specific group of users. Sharing rules cannot be added to a package and cannot be used to support sharing logic for apps installed from Force.com AppExchange. Sharing rules can be based on record ownership or other criteria. You can't use Apex to create criteria-based sharing rules. Also, criteria-based sharing cannot be tested using Apex. All implicit sharing added by Force.com managed sharing cannot be altered directly using the Salesforce user interface, SOAP API, or Apex.

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OWD is a record level access for an organization which specifies the level of access a user has to other user data and is basically used to restrict access. You can change the organization-wide sharing settings for both standard and custom object. You can set the OWD for objects to private, public readonly, public read/write.

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