IProcurement Responsibility Inherits 'Application Diagnostics' Responsibility (Doc ID 2019827.1)

Last updated on JUNE 25, 2015

Applies to:

Oracle User Management - Version 12.1.3 to 12.2.4 [Release 12.1 to 12.2]
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

E-Business Suite Applications 12.0.6 - 12.2

A User assigned the iProcurment Role in the Core Application (or from User Manager), automatically inherits the Application Diagnostic Responsibility indirectly. 

 

Changes

With 12.0.6 and higher, access to Oracle Diagnostics is controlled by Roles. As part of the upgrade if a Responsibility assigned to a user is defined to have one of the roles for Oracle Diagnostics access then the Responsibility Application Diagnostics is given automatically to the users.  

This can be seen on the system which Responsibility has the role inheritance in place by running the following SQL:

select distinct wura.effective_start_date AS EffectiveStartDate,
  wura.effective_end_date AS EffectiveEndDate,
  wura.role_start_date AS RoleStartDate,
  wura.role_end_date AS RoleEndDate ,
  wura.assigning_role AS AssigningRole,
  wura.assignment_reason AS Justification,
  wura.role_name AS role_name
  from wf_user_role_assignments wura
  where wura.user_name=:PARAM1

Cause

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