FRM-41084: Error Getting Group Cell. When User Assigned Custom Role.
(Doc ID 197575.1)
Last updated on APRIL 13, 2021
Applies to:Oracle Clinical - Version 188.8.131.52 to 4.5.3 [Release 4.0.0 to 4.5.3]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Problem Description FRM-41084: Error getting group cell. When using custom role to enter discrepancy Database.
Steps to reproduce: 1. Create a custom role, RXC_VALIDATIONS SQL> Create role RXC_VALIDATIONS; 2. Grant a user, <OPS$USER>, the custom role, such that dba_role_privs are: CONNECT, DTK_ADMIN, OCL_ACCESS, RESOURCE, RXCLIN_MOD, RXCLIN_READ, RXC_ANY and RXC_VALIDATIONS SQL> Grant RXC_VALIDATIONS to <OPS$USER>; Note: User does not have RXC_SUPER and must have DTK_ADMIN 3. Log into Oracle Clinical 4.0.3 as user, <OPS$USER> 4. Assign role to modules: Developers Toolkit - Maintain Menu Modules 5. Click on Module ID for the OCL Application 6. Click on Menu Entries 7. Click on OCL_CONDUCT, 8. Click on Menu Entries 9. Click on OCL_DATA_VALIDATION, 10. Click on Menu Entries 11. Add RXC_VALIDATIONS custom role to each module except RXCBVESP This is done by Clicking the Roles button and adding the role 12. Execute Single Procedure by clicking on Roles button for each module separately and selecting the custom role 13. It is necessary to log completely out of OC and then log in again as the same user, <OPS$USER> 14. Attempt to enter the Discrepancy Database with newly defined menu role: OC 4.0.3 - Conduct - Data Validation - Discrepancy Database 15. Select a study. 16. Error appears:
FRM-41084: Error getting group cell.
17. Click OK. Note: Profile window pops up without any defaults and unable to select one.
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