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Fusion Benefits: How to Use EL Expression to Remove "Delete All" Button from Benefits Pages for Certain Users (Doc ID 2895184.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 27, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle Fusion Benefits Cloud Service - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


 Customer Requirement:

Users who have not been granted access to the Purge Backed-Out or Voided Life Event Data process to also not see the Delete All button when selecting the Show Backed Out and Voided Event link.

Navigation is Benefits Administration > Enrollment > select person > Evaluated Life Events > Show Backed Out and Voided Event.

Access to the process is controlled with the BEN_PURGE_BACKED_OUT_OR_VOIDED_LIFE_EVENT_DATA_PRIV privilege.

Customer would like to use the EL Expression for the Visible property as follows:#{(securityContext.userInRole['BEN_PURGE_BACKED_OUT_OR_VOIDED_LIFE_EVENT_DATA_PRIV'])}.

Users without this privilege no longer see the Delete All button which is good, but users who do have the BEN_PURGE_BACKED_OUT_OR_VOIDED_LIFE_EVENT_DATA_PRIV privilege also do not see the button.

This statement should evaluate to TRUE allowable accounts, but it shows it is FALSE.

The user account includes the seeded Benefits Specialist role which inherits the BEN_PURGE_BACKED_OUT_OR_VOIDED_LIFE_EVENT_DATA_PRIV privilege.


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