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WebADI Create Document Error After 12.2 Upgrade: You Have Insufficient Privileges For The Current Operation (Doc ID 2829820.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 22, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle Web Applications Desktop Integrator - Version 12.2 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

After upgrade, attempting to create any WebADI template results in the following error:

ERROR
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Error: You Have Insufficient privileges for the current operation. Please contact your system administrator.



STEPS
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The issue can be reproduced at will with the following steps:
1. Using Desktop Integration responsibility.
2. Select Create Document.
3. Select an Integrator and populate the required parameters and select Create.
4. The error is then seen:  Error: You Have Insufficient privileges for the current operation. Please contact your system administrator.


This issue is seen no matter the integrator or responsibility that is used to attempt to create it.

The following items have been verified:
1)
Verified the the required functions are assigned to the menu:
function name Create Document - BNE_CREATE_DOCUMENT.
function name Desktop Integration - Create Document, Create Document - BNE_ADI_CREATE_DOCUMENT.

As per note: WebADI Fatal Error You Do Not Have Permission To Access This Functionality Attempting to Create Document (Doc ID 2791137.1)

2) 
The issue is seen in the Desktop Integration responsibility for any integrator tested.

3)
The URL that is being seen when attempting to create the document is HTTPS:// if the S is manually removed  to use HTTP://
upon hitting enter it redirects back to the HTTPS:// URL.

4) 
After the error is generated the HTTP:// URL is seen in the error page.

 

Changes

 Upgrade to 12.2.

Cause

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Symptoms
Changes
Cause
Solution
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