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Security Rules Still Allow Values To Display Even Though Defined In Rule Exclude Statement (Doc ID 1080899.6)

Last updated on AUGUST 21, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle General Ledger - Version 10.7 to 12.1 [Release 10.7 to 12.1]
Oracle Solaris on SPARC (32-bit)
Form: FNDFFSRN- Define Security Rules
***Checked for relevance on Feb-2013***


You have created one or more security rules and they are not working as you expected.

Responsibility = General Ledger Super User
Navigation = Setup/Financials/Flexfields/Validation/Security/Define
Form Name = Define Security Rules (FNDFFSRN)

1) Navigate to the Define Security Rules form.
2) On the Find Value Set window, click on Find Values By: Key Flexfield or Value Set Name. Enter the Application, Title, Structure and Segment, if using the Key Flexfield option, or Name if using the Value Set Name. Click the [Find] button.
3) The security rules for the value set are displayed.
4) Your rule is defined with one universal include, in which you have defined a range of all 0's to 9's. Then you have one or more exclude records, defining the ranges you want the rule to exclude. Example: Type = Include From = 000000 To = 999999 The security rule is assigned to your responsibility, but you still can enter values that have been excluded in the security rule




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