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Oracle Public Sector Permits Cloud: In Release 20D: ORA_PSC_OIC_PCS_USER Does Not Exist. (Doc ID 2731506.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 24, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle Public Sector Permits Cloud Service - Version 11.13.20.10.0 and later
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Question1.In Release 20D, why role: ORA_PSC_OIC_PCS_USER is missing ? It should be in the hierarchy of CUSTOM_PSCR_OIC_PROXY_USER and it is not available to add to the hierarchy.

After completing following steps,as per Release 20D IMPORTANT Actions and Considerations, user do not find the ORA_PSC_OIC_PCS_USER role, which they supposed to add to the CUSTOM_PSCR_OIC_PROXY_USER role.

  1. Clear the cache before Log in to FSM.
  2.  Log in to FSM and run the Security Setup Job.
  3.  When that's done, go to security console.
  4.  Look up role CUSTOM_PSCR_OIC_PROXY_USER.
  5.  Read custom role documentation at https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/saas/public-sector-compliance-regulation-common/20d/pssci/managing-roles.html#task_CreatingCustomRolesForPublicSectorComplianceAndRegulation.
  6. Edit the role CUSTOM_PSCR_OIC_PROXY_USER and go to the Hierarchy step.
  7. Search for ORA_PSC_OIC_PCS_USER within the current hierarchy.
  8. Assuming you don't find it as part of the hierarchy, click the Add button and try to add ORA_PSC_OIC_PCS_USER to the hierarchy.


    Question2:If this role is not coming to user until 21A, why is it included in 20D documentation?
     

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