E1: SEC: Setting up UDC Sharing - P95310 (Work With UDC Sharing) Application
(Doc ID 646338.1)
Last updated on MARCH 12, 2021
Applies to:JD Edwards EnterpriseOne Tools - Version 8.98 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This document details how to set up UDC Sharing. UDC Sharing is available beginning with EnterpriseOne 8.11 and later releases. It applies only to the Web client.
UDC Sharing is new functionality that is available beginning with EnterpriseOne release 8.11 and later. UDC Sharing only applies to applications that are run on the web client. With UDC sharing, EnterpriseOne provides the ability to control, or regulate, how organizational data among different business units is shared. UDC sharing enables you to define a subset of UDC values for a business unit. You can share multiple UDC values among multiple business units.
For example, a company's customer service department may provide support for appliances, consumer electronics, and sporting goods. Typically, a representative would choose from an extensive list of values to specify the repair code for a particular type of product. However, with UDC sharing, the company can associate a subset of the repair code UDC values, such as for appliances, to a business unit. As a result, the representatives associated with the business unit would only have to choose from a list of repair codes relevant to appliances.
When you set up UDC Sharing, the records are stored in the F95310 Table Sharing - Table Group Definition, F95311 - Table Sharing - Table Group Detail and F95320 - Table Sharing - Set ID Definition tables. These tables are mapped to the System data source. Therefore, any UDC sharing defined will be applied across all environments within EnterpriseOne.
For additional details on UDS Sharing, refer to the EnterpriseOne Tools Security Administration guide located at http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/documentation/jdedent-098169.html.
UDC Sharing only works on the Web client.
UDC sharing does NOT work when calling the UDC application directly (P0004A or UDC in Fast Path).It only works when using a Visual Assist within an application that calls the UDC table.
No F00950 security records are created when defining UDC Sharing. Although the Business Unit security portion of the application is utilized, no transaction security is defined.
Following are the topics discussed in this document:
- Create the UDC Group
- Define the UDC Group into Set IDs
- Define the UDC Values for Each Set-ID
- Define the Business Unit Security Record
- Define the Set-ID Business Unit Relationship
- Associate the User/Role
- Tables storing UDC Sharing data
- Functionality - UDC Sharing
This document is intended for the System or Security Administrator who will be setting up and troubleshooting UDC Sharing.
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In this Document
|Create the UDC Group|
|Define the UDC Group into Set IDs|
|Define the UDC Values for Each Set-ID|
|Define the Business Unit Security Record|
|Define the Set-ID Business Unit Relationship|
|Associate the User/Role|
|Tables storing UDC Sharing data|