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E1: PKG: In F96225 and F96021 Tables The E1 System User Is Written Instead Of The User Who Builds The Package (Doc ID 2608863.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 08, 2019

Applies to:

JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

After building a package, the E1 System User (proxy user) is written in tables F96225.HDUSER and F96021.BHUSER instead of the user who builds the package.

Example:

JDE User: USERTEST
System User: ABC (in P98OWSEC)
In P98OWSEC, the ABC is the System User of USERTEST.

When USERTEST builds a package, in F96225.HDUSER and F96021.BHUSER, the 'USERTEST' is written only for the Client side.
For Central Objects and Enterprise Server the 'ABC' user is written.

For Audit purposes, in these tables the user who builds the package must be written for Central Objects and Enterprise Server as well. 

Cause

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