Setting Criteria .General Info.Role(s) Contains 'xxx Roles' May Cause No Privilege To Read User Message (Doc ID 2098280.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 08, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Agile Product Governance and Compliance - Version 9.3.4.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

Setting Criteria .General Info.Role(s) Contains 'xxx Roles' cause No privilege to read user "fox000" is supplier account

GOAL:  To let "fox000" read some user. "fox000" couldn’t read other user's account.

Example.
Would like to let "fox000" to read UserID "04030134 ",but "fox000" does not have any privileges to read UserID "04030134".
Expecting that the "fox000" can read UserID "04030134" on Agile 9.3.4.

WHAT WORKS

Agile 9.2.2.2 works correctly so that "fox000" can read UserID "04030134".

Steps:
The issue can be reproduced with the following steps.
"fox000" is supplier account

Would like to let "fox000" to read some user. "fox000" could not read others user.
1."fox000" has role "(Restricted) My User Profile"
2. Role "(Restricted) My User Profile" Contain "Read privilege" "(Restricted) Read My Org and Main Org Users"
3. "Read privilege" "(Restricted) Read My Org and Main Org Users"
Contain "Privilege Criteria" "Users Belonging to My Organization and Reviewer(V2)"
4. "Users Belonging to My Organization and Reviewer(V2)"
Criteria: Users ( General Info.Home Organization Equal To $USERORG Or General Info.Role(s) Contains For Supplier DIS/Read User ) And General Info.Status Equal To Active
5. Role "General Info.Role(s) Contains For Supplier DIS/Read User” Contain UserID 04030134
6. "fox000" couldn’t read user "04030134"
7.The same setting on Agile 9.2.2.2.”fox000” could read user “04030134” 9222 Screen.


Cause

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