If you are using the Lighting version of Salesforce, you must set the correct Fusebill Salesforce integration domain.
Setting up the domain allows Salesforce to differentiate between your code and the code from the managed package or components running in your organization. Your Lightning components cannot share the same memory space as Lightning components from a vendor. Having My Domain enabled keeps the components separate.
Note: Salesforce automatically sets up a domain when the integration is installed. However, older versions of Salesforce may still require configuration.
Setting up your domain
- In Salesforce, click the Settings cogwheel in the top-right menu.
- On the Setting page, in the left menu, select User Interface > Sites and Domains > Domains.
- On the Domains Setup page, click the domain.
- On the My Domain Settings page, edit the information based on your organization's configuration.