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E1: SEC: Frequently Asked Questions on Hyper Exit Security (Doc ID 1377974.1)

Last updated on APRIL 18, 2024

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


This document provides answers to frequently asked questions on Hyper Exit Security defined within Security Workbench (P00950).

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Questions and Answers
 1. How to secure form and row exits?
 2. What is Hyper Exit Security?
 3. Where can I find additional information on Hyper Exit Security?
 4. How do I define Hyper Exit Security?
 5, Is it possible to secure all Hyper Exits (Form, Row, ..etc) by securing the Form/Row title rather than securing each individual exit?
 6. It is possible to secure sub-menu exit, for example, sub-menu exit Row > Order > Attachments in P4210 W4210E Customer Service Inquiry?
 7. Hyper Exit security on P00950 form W00950A does not display menu exit Row in the list
 8. What security is applied when a Hyper Exit security record is created for *All Objects with Run=N.
 9. What is the Exit Identifier and how can it be associated back to the application Form/Row Exits?
 10. Why does Hyper Exit security result in All Buttons and Form/Row Exits being Secured within a specific application?
 11. Is there a way to create a listing of all objects that have Hyper Exit Security applied?
 12. What does an error message of "A Hyper Item is being disabled in Security, the item no longer exists" indicate?
 13. After creating or modifying Hyper Exit Security, the security does not take affect?
 14. Is it possible to define hyper exit security against application version ?
 15. Hyper Exit security will not merge all roles when sign in with *ALL on local web client?

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