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Status Not Planned
Categories Other
Created by Guest
Created on Jul 29, 2022

Nintex Forms in Salesforce Community

I would like to add a embed a Nintex Form in Salesforce Lightning Component in a Salesforce Community. I can currently do this in a standard Salesforce site by following this article -
When trying to do this in a SF Community, I get an error in my browser console saying "Refused to frame '' because an ancestor violates the following Content Security Policy directive: "frame-ancestors 'self' https://* https://*"
Salesforce Communities have different URLs compared to a standard Salesforce sites. This leads me to believe the https://* domain needs to be allowed/whitelisted on the Nintex side.
Thank you!
    Sep 7, 2022
    From reading the error at the start of this thread, it looks like the issue is Content Security Policies (CSP) ( ) )

    CSP’s do as the name says and ensures that only allowed content is loaded onto the website, it is a new web standard that was created to help prevent cross site scripting attacks (XSS), code injection and other client-side attacks, and are not regarded as best practice and also highly recommended by many government sites.

    Found this article from Salesforce about CSP’s: ( )

    *Possible Solution:*

    From what we understand the entity will need to add ‘ ( ) ’ as a Trusted Site and this should fix the problem as described here: ( )
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