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Contract SOV Base Records Are Not Visible To Users With "View" Permissions (Doc ID 2931662.1)

Last updated on JUNE 05, 2024

Applies to:

Primavera Unifier Cloud Service - Version 22.12 and later
Primavera Unifier - Version 22.12 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


When attempting to view Contracts - SOV with "View" permissions on the Log Page and "View" permission in the User Administration node for that user, there are no SOV Base Records displayed in the log page. Another user with "Full Access" is able to view the object so it has been confirmed that there is a record there that should be viewable.

"View" permissions in the Contracts - SOV log page permissions, along with "View" permission in User Administration node should allow that user to view the SOV Base Records in that shell.

The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:

  1. Log into the Unifier environment as User 1.
  2. Navigate to the Project/Shell > User Mode > Upper Node > Contracts - SOV > There are 0 SOV Base Records displayed.
  3. Logout and log back in as User 2.
  4. Navigate to the same Project/Shell as in step 2 above > User Mode > Upper Node > Contracts - SOV > There is one Base Record displayed.
  5. Click on Actions > Permissions... > Find "User 1" > Note that there are four check boxes; All, Modify Permissions, Edit Data, and View.  User 1 only has the "View" checkbox selected.
  6. Find "User 2" > Note that User 2 only has the "View" checkbox selected here as well.
  7. Switch to Admin Mode > User Administration > Users > Select and open User 1 > Permissions tab > User Mode Access > Upper Node > Contracts - SOV > There are three permissions:  Edit Structure, View, Full Access, but only "View" is checked.
  8. Find and open User 2 > Permissions tab > User Mode Access > Upper Node > Contracts - SOV > User has "Edit Structure", "View" and "Full Access" all checked from a Users group.




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