Individual Career Section Properties Versus the Properties Set in the Global Security Default Values
(Doc ID 2292786.1)
Last updated on DECEMBER 23, 2019
Applies to:Oracle Taleo Recruiting Cloud Service - Career Section - Version 15A and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
"Default Values" is usually a term meaning information defined in there can be overridden.
Use the following as an example:
1. Configuration > Career Section Administration > Career Sections > Career Section - (Career Section Name)
Go to Self-Registration and click on Show. Once there you will see the first two (Ask new user to provide a password when they register and Ask new users to confirm their password when they register). Assume in this example they are both set to Yes.
2.Configuration > Career Section Administration > Global Security > External Career Sections. Once in Security Policies select Show next to Default Values
Once there you will again see the first two (Ask new user to provide a password when they register and Ask new users to confirm their password when they register) but these are both set to No.
The individual Career Section supersedes the Default Value meaning even though the Default value is set to No, the Career Section is set to Yes; so a new user would be asked to provide a password and they would be prompted to confirm their password when they register.
Clarify whether the properties defined in each individual Career Section have precedence wver the properties set in the Career Section Global Security Default Values.
Configuration > Career Section - Administration > Global Security > [select Career Section type] > Default Values
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