Unable To Edit Audit Test Results After Applying GRC Manager 7.7.2, Patchset 3 and GRC Manager 7.7.8 with Patchset 1 (Doc ID 748815.1)

Last updated on MARCH 04, 2011

Applies to:

Oracle Governance, Risk and Compliance Manager - Version: 7.7.2 and later   [Release: Rel 12 and later ]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 04-Mar-2011***

Symptoms

Expected Results: In GRC Manager 772 with patchset3, and in GRC Manager 780 with Patch Set 1:

A tester can test a control on an audit test, save the result, close out, go back in, and edit the
test result.

At the end of the testing workflow, the initiator can also edit the test result. This is proper and expected behavior.


Results in GRC Manager 772 with patchset3, and in GRC Manager 780 with Patch Set 1:

Once the control is tested no on can get the edit button to change the test result, neither the
tester or workflow initiator.


STEPS
  1. Sign into GRC Manager as ICAdmin
  2. Go to Audit Testing menu and then Initiate Test.
  3. Add an Owner, Tester, and a control to test and start testing.
  4. Sign in as the Test Owner and click Valid Controls.
  5. Sign in as Tester and go to Controls tab. Click the Test button and select test result of Pass.
  6. Click Save. Notice the Close and Edit button.
  7. Close out of the test result.
  8. Click on the test result document and notice there is no Edit button.
  9. Close out of test result and click Testing Complete.
  10. Sign in as ICAdmin. Click on Test Cover and click on Control Tab. Click on the test results document.
  11. Notice you have no Edit button to change the result.
  12. If the above steps are tried in GRC Manager 772 with  Patchset 2, or GRC Manager 778 with Patchset 1, the tester will have the edit button on the test result document after it's saved, and the workflow initiator will have the edit button on the test result document when it's in their Inbox.
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Cause

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