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E1: SOLEXP: Why Menu Filtering is not Effective When User Add Folder into Favorites? (Doc ID 2494628.1)

Last updated on JANUARY 13, 2021

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.1 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

Why menu filtering is not taking effect from favorites? 

When user is login with specific role , it is working as per menu filtering role

When user is login with *ALL role , it is showing all tasks inside folder and completely ignoring menu filtering

 

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EXAMPLE : USE CASE

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A. Setup Detail

Created two ROLES -> ROLEA and ROLEB

Assigned these two ROLES to USERXXX with *ALL

Now Created one TASK FOLDER-> TESTFOLDER

Inside TESTFOLDER-> Added three tasks

TASK1
TASK2
TASK3

After that, apply menu filtering by ROLE

By ROLEA

TASK1  (Disabled)
TASK2  (Disabled)
TASK3  (Disabled)

By ROLEB

TASK1  (Disabled)
TASK2  (ENABLED)
TASK3  (ENABLED)

 B. Test Case

TEST#1

Logged in with USERXXX-> by ROLEA

Result: Can't see any tasks inside the folder when access from navigator but able to see all the tasks inside the folder when its accessed from favorites (Unexpected)

TEST#2

Logged in with USERXXX-> by ROLEB

Result: Can see only two enabled tasks inside the folder when its accessed either from navigator or from favorites (As expected)

TEST#3

Logged in with USERXXX-> by *ALL

Result: Can't see any tasks inside the folder when access from navigator but able to see all the tasks inside the folder when its accessed from favorites (Unexpected)

Issue cannot be duplicated in Tools Release 9.2.4.4 or higher

 

Solution

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In this Document
Goal
  When user is login with specific role , it is working as per menu filtering role
 When user is login with *ALL role , it is showing all tasks inside folder and completely ignoring menu filtering
Solution
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