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Creating Webcenter Spaces From Template Does Not Update Events Access Rights / Permissions (Doc ID 1600852.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version 11.1.1.6.6 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

A template is created with Events access rights being checked. When a new space is created based on the template, it  does not enable events access rights as defined in the template

This issue can be reproduced by the following test case:

1. Create a new Portal TestPermission, edit the permission for Moderator, example, check the following:

Content Presenter Templates
[ x ] - Create, Edit, and Delete Content Presenter Templates
[ x ] - Create Content Presenter Templates
[ x ] - Edit Content Presenter Templates

Data Controls
[ x ] - Create, Edit, and Delete Data Controls
[ x ] - Create Data Controls
[ x ] - Edit Data Controls

Events
[ x ] - Create, Edit, and Delete Events
[ x ] -Create Events
[ x ] -Edit Events
[ x ] -Delete Events
[ x ] -View Events


2. Create a new template "MyTest001" based on the portal "TestPermission".

3. Create a new Portal "MyTest0011-Created from Template" and select the template "MyTest001"

4. In the new Portal "MyTest0011-Created from Template",  all the permission are copied except the "Events" permission.

e.g:
Content Presenter Templates
[ x ] - Create, Edit, and Delete Content Presenter Templates
[ x ] - Create Content Presenter Templates
[ x ] - Edit Content Presenter Templates


Data Controls
[ x ] - Create, Edit, and Delete Data Controls
[ x ] - Create Data Controls
[ x ] - Edit Data Controls

Events
[  ] - Create, Edit, and Delete Events
[  ] -Create Events
[  ] -Edit Events
[  ] -Delete Events
[  ] -View Events


Cause

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