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Reassigning or Delegating the Reviewer On Certification Tasks Fails To Prevent Self Certification (Doc ID 2613504.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 18, 2020

Applies to:

Identity Manager - Version to [Release 11g]
Identity Manager - Version to [Release 12c]
Identity Manager - Version to [Release 12c]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


OIM is not preventing self certification when the certification is reassigned or delegated.

Consider the following use case:

RoleABC has members User1,User2,User3

Created the certification definition with the following:

- Cert type : Role-type
- Content selection : Selected roles > RoleABC
- Certify : Roles + Policies
- Configuration: Avoid self-Review > select Alternate Reviewer - "User Manager"
- Reviewer : User4

User4 receives a review task with User1,User2,User3 then reassigns or delegates the review task to User3.

Since we've set the option to avoid self review, the expectation is that User3 will receive a review task for User1 & User2 and a review task for User3 will go to User3's Manager.

Instead, User3 is receiving a review task with all Users (User1,User2 & User3) which means the self-review check fails in the reassign or delegate scenarios.


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