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Base Class Read Privilege Allows User To Read Predefined Flex Attributes Even When Applied To Empty. (Doc ID 2801741.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 25, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Agile PLM Framework - Version 9.3.6.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

On : 9.3.6.0 version, Administration/Configuration

ACTUAL BEHAVIOR
A base class read privilege (for Product Service Requests) allowing user to see the the attributes of subclass (Predefined and user defined Flex) and values even when the Applied to is Empty.

EXPECTED BEHAVIOR
A base class read privilege (for Product Service Requests) should not allow the user to see the the attributes of subclass (Predefined and user defined Flex) and values when the Applied to is Empty.

STEPS
The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Log into Agile PLM Java Client admin
Base Class: Product Service Request
Class: Problem Reports
Subclass: Complaints (newly Created), Create 2 User Defined Flex attributes. (Page three attributes)
2. Create a Criteria for all Product Service Requests,.
4. Create New Base class Read and Discovery privilege for Product Service Request and leave Applied To as empty.
5. Create a new role and assign the privileges created.
6. Create a subclass under Problem reports and
7. Create a user test1 and assign the roles created.
User roles: (no user group is added) only roles.My user profile, Discovery and Read Privileges for All Product Service Requests.
8. Log into Agile PLM Web Client
9. Username: test1
10. Create a new object for the Subclass Complaint and check the User Defined Flex attributes
11. Page Three User Defined Flex attribute values are visible on the subclass.
12.  It is not showing as No Privilege.

 

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Cause

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