E1: E1PAGE: Language Users Cannot View an Embedded Classic Page in a Composite Page and Get Error 'You do not have permission to access this Classic Page'
(Doc ID 2806507.1)
Last updated on DECEMBER 01, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 9.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
If a composite page is created by a User such that it has a classic e1 page embedded as it's content, then any Language User ( Users having non-blank language in User Profile-P0092) will not see the embedded classic page inside the composite page successfully. Below error message is displayed :
You do not have permission to access this Classic Page.(<Name of Classic page>)
This error message appears despite having correct view security on classic page. Correct View Security is evident as the same classic page can be seen successfully as a standalone page (outside the composite page)
Following are the steps to replicate this issue :
- Identify two JDE Users, one with domestic language (<USERBLANK>) and the other with any non blank language in P0092-user profile (<USERLANG>)
- Login with <USERBLANK>
- Create a new composite page and include a classic e1 page content inside it. Select "Employees by BU" (Standard E1 page available) when prompted to select the E1page. You may select any available classic E1page and add that as a content inside this composite page for this test. For detailed steps to create a composite page refer E1: E1PAGE: How to Create, Manage, Edit Composite Pages with E1Page Composer with Tools Release 22.214.171.124 and Newer (Doc ID 2098201.2)
- Go to 'Work with User Defined Objects'- P98220 and Publish/Share this composite page created in step 3 above
- Ensure both <USERBLANK> and <USERLANG> are given view access to this composite page. Refer E1: SEC: Setting up View, Manage, and Action Security for the User Defined Objects (UDO) available with 9.2 and newer(Doc ID 2072336.1)
- Sign out and sign back in using <USERBLANK>. Notice that "Employees by BU" classic page is viewable in E1 page list as well as inside composite page created for test.
- Sign out and sign back in using <USERLANG> . Notice that "Employees by BU"classic page is viewable in E1 page list but throws permission error inside the composite page. Error "You do not have permission to access this Classic Page"
<USERBLANK> and <USERLANG> are user ids used for demonstration purpose only and are not real user ids. <USERBLANK> represents a user id with blank language in P0092 and <USERLANG> represents a user id with any non blank language (example E or S) in P0092.
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