Is there any way to check whether we have a permission to change audit fields in salesforce .Is salesforce provide any user interface to show information which audit fields are editable in which objects. I think ,earlier it was requested to make audit fields editable . Enable "Set Audit Fields upon Record Creation" and "Update Records with Inactive Owners" User Permissions After enabling this organization wide permission, you need to grant to the user the profile permissions: Set Audit Fields upon Record Creation - in order to allow the user to Set audit fields, such as Created By and Last Modified By, Created Date and Last Modified Date, when you create a record (API only i.e Importing Tools) through Data Loader.
Approach: This approach uses a custom Text field which stores values of multiple other individual fields.
Then enabling field history tracking of this field would allow you to track changes for multiple sets of other individual fields.
But there are some circumstances in which this becomes an issue.
One common situation is when you are importing or mass-deleting data, and there is a malformed trigger or other back-end component within your Salesforce org that causes an error when handling batches of 200 records.
To migrate this data we need to contact support to enable audit fields.
With the Winter 16 Salesforce release, we can directly enable this feature without contacting Salesforce.
While this feature is generally low risk, we recommend taking the time to review as much documentation as possible prior to requesting it be enabled.
You can also refer to the link below for more information: https://help.salesforce.com/apex/HTView Solution?
Thus even though remaining within the count limit 20, yet track changes of more than 20 fields.
Let us in this example take “Incident” object and apply the steps to track change in Urgency, Impact, Priority and Due Date all together. Setup - Incident Create a new Text (255) field “Track UIPD” (Or give any other name of your choice.
In Apsona, navigate to Tools - Connection Settings, and a popup window appears, enabling setting the batch size to a smaller value, as in the screen shot below.