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How to Set One Specific Responsibility a Default Responsibility While Having Same Function in Other Responsibilities Assigned to the User? (Doc ID 2272160.1)

Last updated on MAY 22, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle iRecruitment - Version 12.2.4 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

To make one specific responsibility a default responsibility while having other responsibilities with same function "Candidate Profile".

For Example:

  1. Recruiter uses Refer function to send a link for candidate profile to a manager.
  2. The manager has 2 responsibilities that contain the function "Candidate Profile" with same personalizations.
  3. The manager open the link from email and login to Oracle Application.
  4. The application opens up candidate profile page either using responsibility A or B.
  5. Another responsibility C contains the function "Candidate Profile" with different personalizations and has been granted to the manager.
  6. When the manager tries to open the link again, the application opens candidate profile page from responsibility C.
  7. Need the system to open candidate profile page from responsibility A not from responsibility C.


 

Solution

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